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Mark Peters : April 9th 2012 - 11:00 CET

Samsung Smart cameras with Wi-Fi capabilities


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SamsungSamsung Smart cameras with advanced wireless features : With the wireless capabilities included in both the new Samsung WB150F and DV300F Smart cameras, sharing is quicker and easier than ever. From any Wi-Fi hotspot, users can e-mail photos, or share them on social networks such as Facebook and Picasa or publish videos to YouTube in a few simple clicks. The new login browser featured on the Samsung WB150F and other Samsung Smart cameras, makes it possible for users to connect to a Wi-Fi hotspot in hotels, airports, coffee shops or other locations which may require visiting a landing page before gaining access to an internet connection.
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Samsung Smart Cameras with Wi-Fi Direct technology
The Samsung DV300F and WB150F Smart cameras support Remote Viewfinder features, allowing users to remotely control the camera’s shutter, zoom and flash from the palm of their hand, using a Samsung Galaxy Smartphone or Android tablet. The Samsung Mobile Link application makes it a snap for users to transfer pictures from the Samsung Smart camera directly to a supported Smartphone or Tablet, using a free app available for download in the Android marketplace. Further, the new Samsung Smart Cameras support Wi-Fi Direct technology for peer-to-peer transfers with any Samsung Galaxy device - no wireless router required.

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Microsoft Cloud service integrated into the Samsung Smart Cameras
The Auto Backup function easily manages users’ photo transfers by quickly and securely connecting the Samsung Smart Camera wirelessly to their Personal Computer - no need for clumsy USB cables or fumbling with flash memory cards. Microsoft Sky Drive Cloud services are also integrated into the Samsung Smart Cameras - so pictures can be accessible anywhere, and from any connected electronic device. Additionally, the in-camera editing feature allows users to edit pictures directly on the Smart camera prior to sharing them, eliminating the need for a Personal Computer to make adjustments.

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