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Samsung MultiView MV800 Camera unveiled at IFA 2011

Posted: Sep 1 2011, 4:28am CDT | by , in News | IFA
Updated: Sep 1 2011, 4:33am CDT

 

Samsung MultiView MV800 Camera unveiled at IFA 2011
 

Samsung unveiled a new category of digital pocket cameras called MultiView.

Samsung unveiled the MultiView MV800 camera at the IFA 2011. The Samsung MultiView builds on the success of Samsung 2View technology and is the first premium compact model to feature a 3.0” Wide Flip-out MultiView Touch Display. The unique screen tilts up and down so you can frame every shot, and easily view back your images from any perspective. Samsung has designed the device with the user in mind, in response to evolving consumer demands in the sector for maximum flexibility, enjoyment and creativity.

The Samsung MultiView camera offers 16.1 Megapixels for premium picture quality, along with a 5x optical zoom lens to capture every detail in close-up and 26mm wide-angle lens for capturing larger gatherings in high definition. By packing this technology into a sleek and slim device, the Samsung MultiView is the ideal camera for premium-quality image capture on the move.

The built-in Pose Guide function of the MV800 advises users how to best get into position with line drawings on the LCD screen, so you can capture the optimum image from any angle. The device also provides the perfect picture in real time, with the easy-to-navigate Photo Editor function, allowing you to edit and rotate the image on the move. Loved ones and friends will also appreciate the Beauty Shot feature, enabling you to edit out any imperfections, resulting in a flawless photo you can treasure and share forever.

There is no information on price and release date yet for the MV800.

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