Samsung SH100 camera Video
Samsung SH100 camera Video Transcript
Brian Tong here at CES 2011 and in hands I have the Samsung SH100 camera. Now, this is a 14.2 megapexil camera. It has a 5X optical zoom and a 3-inch touchscreen LCD here on its back side, but what makes it unique is the Wi-Fi features built in to this. So, it does have built in Wi-Fi, but it has a few features a lot auto backup to your PC. So, through software, you can talk to computer over your Wi-Fi network and upload your pictures automatically. It kind of gets rid of the need for those Eye-Fi cards because this features now built in to this camera. Another thing you also see is its one click upload. So, on the interface here on the back, you have the ability when you're connected to a Wi-Fi network to upload your pictures to variety of services like Facebook and Flicker and others, but this is also self-contained in the camera that makes it unique. Now, the price list will be $199. It will available some time in early spring 2011, but there you have it your first look at the Samsung SH100 Wi-Fi camera.
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