CES 2011: Samsung WB700 Breaks Cover

Posted: Dec 30 2010, 10:30am CST | by , in News | CES

 
CES 2011: Samsung WB700 Breaks Cover
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Slim with tons of zoom

I just mentioned another Samsung digital camera that would be seen at CES 2011. Samsung will also be showing off a standard point and shoot unit that is ultra-slim called the WB700. The slim camera has 24x optical zoom and promises impressive image quality.

The lens on the camera is 24mm ultra-wide Schneider Kreuznach unit and the max optical zoom is 18x. The camera uses a 16MP image sensor. The WB700 can record HD resolution video at 720p and it has optical and digital image stabilization.

Image stabilization is important in a high-zoom camera like this one. Other features include a full manual setting mode, tons of automatic features, and the camera has some interesting artistic filters too. The WB700 will ship in April for $299.99.

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