Samsung 14.2 Megapixels WB150F Wi-Fi Camera Review by PB With Rating 4/52012-06-19 02:57 | Source
On January 9 2012, Samsung announced the launch of a new range of Wi-Fi enabled travel zoom cameras - the WB850F, WB150F, and ST200F. The flagship WB850F features a 21x optical zoom lens, 16.2 Megapixels BSI CMOS sensor, 3-inch AMOLED screen, Full HD video recording built-in GPS and Digital Compass. The 14.2 Megapixels WB150F comes with 18x optical zoom, 720p HD video recording capabilities and the same large AMOLED display as the WB850F, while the ST200F sports a 10x zoom lens and 720p video.
Samsung WB150F Camera Reviews Roundup
|Digital Camera Review: "In my own view, it's becoming increasingly unacceptable for point-and-shoot cameras not to offer wireless connectivity. Better even is the option to transfer photos from your camera to a phone or tablet. The WB150F offers both of these things, and although it's imperfect, it's the best implementation of Wi-Fi in a camera that I've seen yet. Images taken in good lighting conditions at low ISO are relatively sharp and..." - Jun 09 2012 More »|
|CNET AU: "Photo quality from the Samsung WB150F is good up to ISO 200. It's not a camera you'd want to use in low-light conditions or indoors without a flash. At ISO 400, a common sensitivity for well-lit indoor photos, subjects look soft, but are passable at small sizes. The photos get much worse above ISO 400, picking up a lot of noise and losing detail to the point where subjects look smeared. Actually, noise and artefacts..." - Mar 26 2012 More »|
|CNET UK: "The WB150F produces among the best still images I've seen in any compact over the last few months. In brightly-lit situations, colours are bright and vivid but not unnaturally over-saturated. Contrasts are extremely well handled with plenty of detail retained in areas of both deep shadow and bright highlights. At closer quarters, the WB150F's macro mode is spot-on, maintaining an extremely tight focus on the sweet s..." - Mar 22 2012 More »|
|CNET US: "Photo quality from the Samsung WB150F is good up to ISO 200. It's not a camera you'd want to use in low-light conditions or indoors without a flash. At ISO 400, a common sensitivity for well-lit indoor photos, subjects look soft, but are passable at small sizes. The photos get much worse above ISO 400, picking up a lot of noise and losing detail to the point where subjects look smeared. Actually, noise and artifacts..." - Mar 21 2012 More »|
Samsung WB150F Camera Recent User Reviews
- Apr 29 2013 Samsung WB150F, Edward R.
At first I felt like returning the camera, because the sharpness of the pics was very disappointing. But, after an afternoon of taking different style pics, with various modes, found out what works best. (For sharper photos, it does make a diff, if you set the wheel on "P" program, and look in the menu for "image adjust", you will then be...
- Apr 21 2013 My new Samsung Camera, Marjorie Ahrenholtz
I am very happy with my camera, however the box that it arrived in was in terrible shape. It was open, but thankfully the camera was still in it....