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Ilse Jurriën : February 13th 2013 - 13:00 CET

Samsung WB2100


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SamsungSamsung WB2100 digital camera : During the CES Show in Las Vegas Samsung has revealed a new long-zoom digital camera. The Samsung WB2100 is a 16.3 megapixel camera with a 35x optical zoom and a 25mm wide-angle lens. The WB2100 delivers amazing long distance shots for an enjoyable and high-powered photography experience. The 16 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor captures professional images, even in challenging conditions, due to Samsung’s scene recognition, Smart Auto, and Low Night Shot technology. The Samsung WB2100 super telephoto camera also supports Full HD video recording, optical zoom is also available in movie mode.
Samsung WB2100 camera
The Samsung WB2100 incorporates a clear and detailed 3-inch LCD screen. The tilt display makes it easier than ever to take high and low angle shots. The WB2100 also features a panorama mode, the user can see the final image before taking the shot by holding down the shutter button and sweeping across the scene. In addition, the Samsung WB2100 offers an optical image stabilization function, meaning blurry photos are a thing of the past. No need to reshoot. With its sleek and stylish finish and fantastic image quality performance, the Samsung WB2100 camera is ideal for practical and design conscience photographic enthusiasts who want to achieve detailed shots of architecture and nature alike. Designed with the customer in mind, the Samsung WB2100 comes with soft feeling hand grip providing the user with premium comfort and control.

Samsung WB2100

Samsung WB2100 price & availability
The Samsung WB2100 comes in three striking colors; black, white and red. The long-zoom WB-series camera will become available from March 2013. The Samsung WB2100 camera carries a suggested retail price of $330 in the United States. The estimated price for Europe will be announced prior to the release date. Available colors and retail prices may vary from country to country. Visit the Samsung website in your region for more information about the specifications and optional accessories.

Samsung WB2100 review
Once we receive a test sample, we will publish a sample gallery with high resolution still photos and Full HD video clips, followed by an in-depth Samsung WB2100 review. In the meantime you may want to read another camera review or take a look at our latest photo galleries.




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