Samsung MV900F comes as a replacement for MV800 that was delivered during the last year. New device comes with great design and improved performances which was one of the problems that last year model had.
MV900F hosts a number of new features and upgrades. The tilting, interactive “Multi-View” touchscreen display is the star of the show — slightly wider this year at 3.3-inches. As you can see from the image above, this display tilts from the back of the camera, up 180 degrees to face the same direction as the lens for self portraits.
While the display is pretty and its iPhone-style touchscreen easy to navigate, the hidden treasure is a 16.3 megapixel backside illuminated CMOS image sensor, which translates into clearer images, faster shooting capabilities, and enhanced HD video recording resolution. While the MV900F retains its 5x optical zoom, the lens itself is much brighter, with a wide-angle f/2.5 rating.
Also new to the MV900F is WiFi capability, which allows you to share photos and videos on the web, email them to friends, or archive them on Microsoft’s Cloud-based SkyDrive service. A button on the camera turns WiFi on and off — this will conserve battery life. To enhance the natural limitations, in terms of low light shooting and dynamic range, inherent to point-and-shoot cameras, Samsung has added HDR+ and Low-Light Shot modes. Both combine multiple exposures to enhance photos’ dynamic range, or ability to capture in low light.
Since the MV900F is designed for self portraits, let me ask you this: have you ever set up a shot for your friends, but later realized the framing wasn’t as exact as you’d like? Thanks to Gesture Shot, the Samsung MV900F can be controlled by the wave of a hand. Circular motions control zooming in and out; up and down motions start the camera’s self-timer.
Samsung MV900F Features:
- 16.3 megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor
- f/2.5-6.3, 25mm wide-angle lens
- 5x optical zoom
- 3.3-inch WVGA AMOLED 180-degree Multi-View Display
- App-like User Interface
- Full 1080p HD Video recording (upgraded from 720p last year)
- Smart Auto
- WiFi (all new for this year)
- Mobile Link App
- Remote Viewfinder
- Social Sharing to Facebook, Picasa, Photo Bucket, and YouTube
- Email Sharing
- Cloud Storage Backup (Microsoft SkyDrive)
- Auto Backup to PC’s on your Home’s Wireless Network
- Gesture Shot Mode (control the camera with your hands)
- 3D Photo
- Live Panorama
- HDR+ Mode
- Low-Light Shot Mode
- Photo & Video Filters
- Beauty Shot Mode
- Picture in Picture
- Magic Frame
- My Magic Frame
- Split Shot
- Artistic Brush
- Motion Photo
- Beauty Palette
- Wig Shot
The Samsung MV900F will be available in black or white with an MSRP of $349.99.
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