Samsung adds new models in the line of compact cameras. One that deserves a spotlight of the camera lens following is the flyer that came by the South Korean company.
If its predecessor the EX1 has a lens with f/1.8 aperture, then the model in the series EX2F comes with f/1.4 lens. No doubt, he is positioned as a lens with the widest aperture in its class.
With a fast lens plus sensor 12 Megapixel 1/1.7 inch CMOS BSI, users will benefit from the low light shooting. According to official information from Samsung, the lens f/1.4 24-80mm will capture 4 times more light than a lens with f/2.8 aperture.
Moving into the next thing that should be underlined is the manual control that promises to pamper both users a point-and-shoot, and photographers who are used to hold a DSLR camera.
Speaking about the WiFi feature is now more often found in compact cameras, EX2F also has embedded WiFi. With this, users can share files to your computer, photo hosting services to social networks like Facebook. The resulting file can own RAW format.
Briefing also WiFi support in email. Then, like Samsung’s Smart Camera output, this new model can also be connected to a smartphone and use it as a remote viewfinder.
Released at a price in the range of $ 550, of course, Samsung EX2F excess does not stop there.
To allow users to retrieve images from a difficult angle, 3-inch AMOLED LCD with fixed swivel models, such as reported from Ubergizmo, Wednesday (06/04/2012). Everything that can be enjoyed in the compact body is wrapped EX2F magnesium material.
Here are the full specs Samsung EX2F are scheduled to slide in August 2012:
– 12 Megapixel BSI 7:44 x 5:58 mm sensor (Backside Illuminated)
– ISO 80-3200
– 24-80mm, F1.4 lens
– 3 “AMOLED display
– 1080p 30fps video recording
– Simultaneous photo and video recording
– Optical and digital image stabilization