Samsung DV150F and WB250F

Samsung DV150F and WB250F

Samsung has started shipping their Wi-Fi enabled Samsung DV150F dual-LCD and WB250F compact cameras at retail prices of $149.99 and $249.99 respectively. These newcomers have really nice features. The better model, WB250F is an 18x, 24-432mm equiv compact superzoom with a 3.0″ touch screen and the company’s latest Wi-Fi implementation – dubbed ‘Smart 2.0.’ The Samsung DV150F is 16MP CCD with a 25-125mm equiv zoom and includes a 2.7″ LCD and a 1.5″ front LCD. UK and European pricing and availability have yet to be confirmed but US prices are predicted to be lower. Here at we use older but mirrorless DSLR  Samsung NX200 which is amazing camera even it does not have Wi-Fi functions. What we like most is that Samsung’s i-Function gives more freedom with settings.

Samsung DV150F


  • 16.1MP CCD Image Sensor, 2.7″ 460K-Dot Rear LCD, 1.5″ Front LCD
  • 25-125mm 5x Optical Zoom Lens, Capture HD 720/30p Video
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity, Email, 2D Panorama, Smart Auto, Smart Movie
  • Face, Blink and Smile Detection, Direct LINK, Mobile Link, Remote VF, microSD/microSDHC Memory Card Slot

Samsung WB250F


  • Capture properly exposed images in low-light situations with the 14-megapixel BSI (Back Side Illuminated) CMOS sensor, which needs less light than conventional sensors
  • The Hybrid Touch User Interface offers 2 options. The 1st is to use the 5-way button to quickly move the cursor up, down, left & right to intuitively navigate the menu & make selections on display. The 2nd is used when you want to enter text, such as an email address, for when you’re sharing photos
  • Capture 1920×1080 Full HD video with life-like color and sharp detail. Shoot longer, too–the camera’s H.264 format allows longer recording than a camera with MJPEG video does. When you’re done, you can watch your HD footage on an HDTV
  • A quick tap of Smart Mode and you’re set with various special modes. Capture trails of light at night on a busy intersection full of red taillights, or instantly capture a high-speed scene with Sports Capture
  • Focus manually or use the TTL autofocus, with the following modes: Center AF, Multi AF, Tracking AF, Face Detection AF, Face Recognition AF, Selection AF