[CES 2012] Enjoy Enhanced Dual LCD and Wi-Fi with the DV300F

on January 3, 2012
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Samsung today unveiled a new addition to their market-leading 2View range: the DV300F. With this launch, the company continues to cement its leadership position, introducing the latest in Dual LCD technology with Wi-Fi connectivity for camera users who want to snap and share moments in an instant.


The Samsung DV300F builds on the success of Samsung’s 2View technology, with a 1.5” front LCD screen display, to ensure users can be confident of doing justice to even the most challenging shot, be they behind or in front of the lens. This is easier than ever, with the addition of Child Mode animation to keep little ones focused, and the visual Self Timer to put yourself in the picture without the panic.


In response to evolving consumer demands for maximum creativity and shareability, the DV300F is the first 2View model to offer Wi-Fi enabled technology, enabling users to email their images or upload them to Facebook, Picasa, Flickr and YouTube in an instant. Users can also save their special images onto the camera’s microSD memory card, which are then wirelessly connected to the home PC and downloaded instantly to share and enjoy. Alternatively, cloud services including Samsung’s AllShare Play and Microsoft SkyDrive guarantee that precious snaps can be stored and shared in a moment.


For appearance-conscious consumers on the look-out for sophisticated design and premium quality, the latest model comes in several shimmering metallic colors, including mock black, silver, navy and red with a sleek, seamless and rounded outer contour for ease-of-use and ultimate style. None of this cutting innovation comes at the expense of image quality. On the contrary, the DV300F boasts an impressive 16 Megapixels, 5x optical zoom and 25mm wide-angle lens to capture all the action even from a distance.





Get Creative with Magic Frame and Picture-in-Picture Shot

The DV300F is crammed full of fun features to maximize users’ enjoyment. The Magic Frame feature includes 12 fun background templates, as well as the ability to create poster-quality art, perfect for sharing or hanging on your walls. The camera’s Picture-in-Picture function, meanwhile, lets you insert one image with another. You can even impress your friends by combining a still picture with a video clip and instantly upload to YouTube or your favorite social networking site. Then just sit back and watch your ‘Likes’ go through the roof!


Maximize enjoyment with latest Photo shot features

With Split Shot, you can merge up to three different images to create your very own artistic masterpiece! You can even import pictures from other cameras. The fun doesn’t stop there – Funny Face allows you to add goofy grins, comical noses or even crazy eyes to shots of friends and family and comes in eight different modes.


The innovative new Artistic Brush feature can instantly take a portrait or landscape shot or even a movie clip and transform it into a black and white sketch or full color version just like an artist would! You can then show off your artistic creation via the camera’s LCD, or simply upload your creation to social networking sites or YouTube to ensure everyone can take a look at your creative masterpiece or latest profile picture with a twist.


Finally, the model also includes Motion Photo, so that – just like in the latest Hollywood blockbuster – you can freeze time around a moving subject for dramatic effect, so you can even capture a friend jumping in the park and keep everyone else around them as still as statues.


You can look forward to the DV300(F) and a number of other products to be unveiled at the International Consumer Electronic Show 2012 this month.



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


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