Samsung Announces the WB1100F Camera for Adventurous Photographers at CES 2014

on January 8, 2014
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  • Samsung introduced the WB1100F camera with its 35x Optical zoom capabilities and 25mm wide-angle lens, allowing owners to capture both depth and breadth in stunning clarity and detail.
  • The Speed Control Key allows users to move through the various levels of zoom with speed and ease, activating both the zoom capability and Panorama mode.
  • With advanced NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity, the “Tag&Go” feature connects smartphones together with just a tap.
  • The WB1100F camera is perfect for adventurous photographers who want to zoom into striking moments, having a comfortable grip and state-of-the-art design.
  • The WB1100F Camera comes in black and red.

Samsung SMART Camera WB1100F

Push the limits with the WB1100F’s outstanding 35x optical zoom and easily share detailed images captured from afar through advanced NFC and Wi-Fi capabilities

Samsung is proud to introduce an impressive new addition to its WB family of handheld zoom cameras, the WB1100F. The WB1100F brings users up close and personal with the subject of their compositions with its impressive 35x Optical zoom capabilities coupled with the device’s 25mm wide angle lens. The new camera allows owners to capture both depth and breadth in stunning clarity and detail.

WB1100F black

WB1100F black

Building on the device’s impressive zoom abilities, Samsung has developed and fitted the WB1100F with a Speed Control Key that allows users to move through the various levels of zoom with speed and ease. This ensures that fleeting moments are captured in deep zoom detail and not missed while focusing in on the action. The Speed Control Key can be used to activate both the zoom capability and Panorama mode which creates beautiful panoramic images in crisp and clear detail.

Tag & Go : Simply Tap to Share Memories

Advanced NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity brings additional functionality to the WB1100F. The brand new ‘Tag & Go’ feature allows the camera to connect to smartphones by simply tapping the two devices together. No manual set up is required, allowing users access to a host of features which make it easier to share photographic creations with friends and family, instantly.

This technology allows the WB1100F camera and smartphones to work in tandem, enabling features such as Photo Beam, which instantly transfers images being viewed on the camera to the paired smartphone. AutoShare transfers images to smartphones automatically, as they are being taken, to avoid the worry of having to back up images whilst with MobileLink, users can select the exact images they wish to transfer to their smartphone to make organizing shots simple. Remote ViewFinder allows smartphones to take control of the WB1100F so that photographers have another choice of how to frame their shot.

The Samsung WB1100F is designed for adventurous photographers who want to zoom into striking moments and share their creations with friends and family instantly. Its comfortable grip allows for use in every situation, and the device’s state of the art design will appeal to the most design conscious camera enthusiasts.

The WB1100F will be available in Black and Red.

WB1100F red

WB1100F red

Please visit our CES booth to experience this future technology firsthand. Samsung’s product line will be displayed from January 7-10 at booth #12004 in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Full details, video content and product images are available at the Samsung microsite at http://www.samsungces.com, or mobile site at http://m.samsungces.com as well.

Samsung WB1100F Specifications


*All functionality, features, specifications and other product information provided in this document including, but not limited to, the benefits, design, pricing, components, performance, availability, and capabilities of the product are subject to change without notice or obligation.


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