Samsung launches new point-and-click MV900F with Flip-screen, Wi-Fi and Gesture Shot
Samsung’s Wi-Fi enabled cameras have brought a whole new dimension to the world of point-and-clicks. With their latest release, the MV900F, they are now looking to redefine the concept of self portraits! They have recently introduced a new point-and-shoot camera called the MV900F that features a flip-up screen and the ability to zoom or capture shots by waving your hands around. It uses a unique feature called Gesture Shot which uses motion-sensing technology to let you zoom and snap a photo with hand gestures from a distance – move in a circle to control zoom, and up and down to fire the shutter. The 16-megapixel camera features a unique MultiView display, a 3.3-inch AMOLED touch screen that flips up so you can easily frame self-portraits, and set up shots below or above eye level. Other features include video capability at 1080p using a 5x zoom lens with an F/2.5 maximum aperture. Of course, as it is equipped with Wi-Fi, you can directly transfer content to external devices and social networking sites. It also comes with the Beauty Palette feature which lets you clean up blemishes directly on the camera.
The Samsung MV900F will be available in white and black versions. It will hit the stores in late August for about $350.