CES: Samsung debuts Wi-Fi enabled SH100 pocket camera

Summary:Samsung is continuing to introduce new cameras this week with the debut of the SH100, which is poised to be the company's "leading fully connected" digital camera this year.

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Samsung is continuing to introduce new cameras this week with the debut of the SH100, which is poised to be the company's "leading fully connected" digital camera this year.

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Owners of this pocket cam can transfer 14.2-megapixel photos and 720p HD video clips to computers and social networking sites (i.e. Facebook, Picasa and YouTube) via built-in Wi-Fi as well as to HDTVs via DLNA connection.

Samsung does some product tie-in promotion noting that users can share photos among other Samsung cameras, such as the ST80, but also with the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S smartphone series. If you have both one of those smartphones and the SH100, you could use the phone's GPS function to pin-point exactly where you shot that obscure photo on some random street.

Other than the connectivity functions, the rest of the specs on this pocket camera are fairly standard, and fortunately the price recognizes that. Some of the useful features include the 3-inch touch LCD, face recognition and a number of other Smart Auto operations.

The Samsung SH100 will become available in March with an MSRP of $199.99

Topics: Samsung

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