Samsung WB150F Review

June 18, 2012 | Gavin Stoker |

Samsung WB150F Review Roundup

Reviews of the Samsung WB150F from around the web. »

The WB150F is a great-looking camera that produces a punchy set of snaps. The built-in Wi-Fi makes it easy to share your pictures directly without first downloading them to your computer, but we'd have liked to have seen Samsung push this feature a little further. Still, at £190, it's a bargain.
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It's not perfect, but the nicely priced compact Samsung WB150F camera packs a sharp 18x zoom lens and integrated Wi-Fi so you can email or upload your pics to Facebook easily.
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Samsung’s new WB150F combines two very trendy technologies currently sweeping the imaging world: impossibly long zoom, and Wi-Fi connectivity. But when manufacturers do this, especially at the low end, there’s a tendency for gimmickry to overpower image quality. That may be the case here. We spent some time with the WB150F and both our shooting experiences and test results were mixed.
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Various camera manufacturers have attempted to incorporate Wi-Fi in the past with limited success, but that hasn’t stopped Samsung from releasing eight models with advanced wireless capabilities. The Samsung WB150F is one of the lower-tier point-and-shoot Wi-Fi cameras offered by the maker of the Galaxy family, but it comes with a slew of wireless features that enable images to be uploaded to social networks and transfer files to any Samsung Android phone. There’s also a wireless Remote Viewfinder that transforms a smartphone into a viewfinder, and the WB150F has one of the best suites of fun digital image effects on the market. But will the WB150F’s 18x optical zoom and 720p HD video be enough to drive a wedge between consumers and their camera phones? Let’s find out.
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