Samsung unveils smart cameras with NFC, WiFi sharing options

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Korean electronics major Samsung today unveiled a new range of smart cameras with advanced NFC and Wi-Fi capabilities priced in the range of Rs 12,490-21,290 for the Indian market.

The cameras come pre-loaded with suite of standard Smart Mode and Smart Auto Mode features, which allows the user to capture photographs with an unparallelled level of customisation and functionality, Samsung said in a release.

Smart Mode allows for a number of different customisation and personalisation settings, while Smart Auto analyses shooting environments and selects the most optimal settings for any situation, it added.

"The new line-up includes the WB35F, WB50F, WB350F and WB1100F offering superb image quality and next-generation sharing capability, offering photographers of all abilities a great way to capture and share their world," it said.

Besides, the brand new Tag & Go feature takes sharing seamlessly connects the cameras with smartphones by touching the two devices together, no configuration is required.

The Photo Beam feature immediately transfers the image being viewed on the camera to a smartphone or tablet, while AutoShare saves images straight to the device in real time, removing the burden of manually backing up pictures.

"Remote Viewfinder offers flexibility when setting up shots, as the camera can be controlled via a smartphone to act as a viewfinder, while Mobile Link allows transfer of selected images to smartphones, making sharing quick and easy," Samsung said.

On pricing, Samsung said, WB35F is priced at Rs 12,490, while WB50F, WB350F and WB1100F are available at Rs 14,990, Rs 21,490 and Rs 20,990, respectively.

"With the addition of these new models, Samsung's digital still cameras portfolio now has a complete lineup of 9 digital cameras priced between Rs 7,190-Rs 58,900.

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