Samsung SH100 Wi-Fi-enabled Digicam Is Now Official In South Korea

by Johan on February 23, 2011

Do you still remember the Samsung SH100 Wi-Fi-enabled camera that we mentioned earlier this year? The company has officially confirmed the availability of this point-and shoot digital camera in the South Korean market. The Samsung SH100 allows users to upload their images directly to YouTube, Facebook, Picasa, Cyworld and Me2day. What makes the Samsung SH100 unique is that it has the ability to take pictures via a smartphone. Users can use their Samsung Galaxy S smartphone to download the Remote Viewfinder app and control the camera. What’s more, the SH100 features a 14.2MP sensor, a 26mm wide-angle lens, a 5x optical zoom, a 3-inch touchscreen display, 720p HD video recording and playback, SoundAlive and several picture modes. Available in Black, Silver and Red, the Samsung SH100 Wi-Fi-enabled camera retails for 289,000 Won ($256). [SamsungHub]

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