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Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Samsung EX2F Smart Camera Combines Bright Photography With Easy Sharing


Samsung has announced the launch of the EX2F, the latest model in its range of Wi-Fi-enabled SMART CAMERAs.

Following the release of the the EX1 with F1.8 lens, the new model is engineered to deliver bright photography thanks to its F1.4 lens. The camera is also able to store and share images remotely using Wi-Fi functionality.

The wide range of aperture steps delivers clear images and video even in very low light conditions. These are easily controlled using the professional front wheel key and Dual Dials, which enable switching between parameters and modes quickly for greater manual control. The low-light capabilities of the EX2F are also added to by the 1/1.7" 12 Megapixel BSI CMOS sensor.

1080/30p Full HD Movie Recording with stereo sound allows users to capture video in high enough quality to enjoy on a Full HD TV. The EX2F also allows still 12 Megapixel photos and video to be captured simultaneously using the Dual Capture feature.

The lens on the EX2F also incorporates a Neutral Density (ND) filter, giving the user greater control over exposure time in different conditions. It also allows for shooting at a very shallow depth of field, so users can isolate their subjects from backgrounds. To make bright images clearer, the EX2F also includes Dual IS (OIS and DIS) to minimize the effect of shaking.



The EX2F also encompasses Full Manual Control as well as Aperture and Shutter Priority modes. The Dual Dial and front wheel keys also allow users to adjust exposure for pro-style control. This is all combined into a body that is compact and light.

The camera is equipped with a 3.0" Swivel AMOLED display. Wi-Fi connectivity enables the secure storage of images through Auto Backup to a PC or saving to the Cloud. In addition, sharing to social networking sites such as Facebook or Picasa is easy - or pictures can be sent via email.

The EX2F's Mobile Link opens doors for connectivity with smartphones, without even having to resize images or video. Users can also access the Remote Viewfinder to use their smartphone?s screen to frame shots from a variety of angles. Through the SMART LINK button, all these functions can be accessed with one touch.


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