Jessops Announces First UK Stock of Samsung Galaxy Camera

November 7, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital Compact Cameras | 2 Comments |
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Jessops has just announced that it is the first UK photo high street outlet to have stock of the new Samsung Galaxy Camera. Featuring 21x optical zoom, a 16-megapixel BSI sensor, the latest Android OS (4.1 Jelly Bean) and 3G+Wi-Fi connectivity; the Samsung Galaxy Camera can be yours for £399.99.

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Jessops announces first UK stock of Samsung Galaxy camera

7th November 2012 Jessops, the UK’s leading photographic retailer is pleased to announce that it is the first UK photo high street outlet to have stock of the new exciting connected Samsung Galaxy camera. From 5pm today, Jessops customers will be able to purchase the innovative camera in store and from Jessops.com.

Sean Emmett, Marketing & E-commerce Director for Jessops said:  “The Galaxy Camera is such an exciting product, a connected camera, which combines the magic of digital photography with the power of Android. We are thrilled to be able to offer our customers the chance to purchase it with us first as we always strive to bring our customers the best photographic products and latest technology.”

The Samsung Galaxy Camera features a 21x optical zoom lens, the latest Android OS (4.1 Jelly Bean) and 3G connectivity making taking photos so easy and so fun. The connectivity of the new smart camera means it possible to go online and share photos with friends and family anytime anywhere. Photographs and videos can also be edited and shared easily and spontaneously wherever you are, so no one will miss a minute of your magical memories. 

The Galaxy Camera’s 16-Megapixel 1/2.3” BSI CMOS sensor makes sure that every image is captured in brilliant colour and resolution, and even wide-angle shots are possible thanks to the 23mm aperture lens. With the world’s largest and most vivid camera display – a 121.2mm HD Super Clear Touch Display - photographs are always crystal clear.

The Samsung Galaxy camera will be priced at £399.99



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#1 Dan

So its a basic camera that ill have to charge every other day!
Its a nice idea, i have an android media player, when it dies i may think about it. But maybe its better to wait for the next generation of pureview.

5:42 pm - Wednesday, November 7, 2012

#2 Gav

First step in the right direction. I enjoy taking photos with my S2 and love fun apps like Paper Camera. I'm not sure what the advantages are of a P&S vs using your mobile phone, but hopefully this leads to m43 and DSLR cameras using Android. Bringing more and better apps (both free and paid).

1:18 am - Monday, November 19, 2012