Samsung has launched the 2View/DualView DV300F, the company's latest dual-display digital camera toting a 16.4-megapixel CCD and WiFi for easier self-portraits. Pairing a 3-inch 460k main display with a 1.5-inch 61k front LCD, the DV300F grabs stills and up to 720p 30fps video clips with mono sound. Using Samsung's free Remote Viewfinder app for Android and iOS, owners can remotely frame shots, take photos, add geotagging from the phone's GPS and view video from the camera.
There's DLNA support, along with preconfigured access to Boingo and Telmex, and it's possible to upload photos and video directly from the camera to Facebook, PhotoBucket, YouTube and other sites. Alternatively you can email direct to others.
Storage is via microSDHC card, and there's optical image stabilization and ISO up to 3200 supported. A 5x optical zoom rounds out the main features, and Samsung throws in plenty of image and video mangling presets, too.
Pricing for the DV300F is $199.99, and Samsung will be showing the new DualView camera off at CES 2012 later this month.