Samsung unveiled a few new camera models here at CES 2014. One of those is a compact camera, the WB350F which is available in a variety of colors. Samsung had a few of the color options on the show floor and naturally, we checked them out. Here in the post you will find images of the Samsung WB350F in black, white and brown.
The Sony a5000 camera is meant as a kind of entry level interchangeable lens camera. Sony says it’s the lightest of its kind, too. WiFi and NFC are baked in, and it’s of course usable with all of Sony’s current lens offerings. If that sounds a bit too good to be true, we had the same thoughts. Here at CES, we got a quick hands-on with Sony’s newest shooter, and we must say — not bad, Sony.
Samsung has introduced two new cameras this morning, among them being the WB350F compact zoom camera. As the name suggests, this latest compact Samsung entrant has a high room rate of 21x optical zoom. This is accompanied by a 23mm wide-angle lens and a variety of other noteworthy specifications, all of them working together to create an all-around higher-end point and shoot that could meet many consumers needs.
Joining the newly unveiled Samsung WB350F compact camera unveiled today at CES is the WB2200F, an all-together more hefty super zoom camera with an optical zoom rate of 60x and a dual-grip design. Though higher-end, the camera comes with all the social-centric goodies found on the smaller WB350F, so sharing images is not a hassle.
Sony has introduced the latest model in its Action Cam lineup, the HDR-AS100V. With this latest model, which eschews the dark blue color in place of an ivory sort of white, the body itself is splash-proof, meaning while it won't handle being dunked in the pool, it can handle some water exposure without the waterproof casing. There has also been a boost in specs, and a new quality level that is more 4K TV-friendly.
As with the vast number of products we've seen today and over the weekend, among them being a host of devices from Lenovo and LaCie, Garmin has introduce a batch of navigation-related devices. The HUD+ has been debuted, along with a new smartphone app, as well as the first nuvi navigators with 6-inch displays and the first nuvi that comes with a wireless backup camera.
Among Garmin's various navigation-related products introduced here at CES 2014, the company has rolled out the red carpet for its new Garmin Dash Cam, a dashboard camera for cars that offers, among other things, automatic incidence detection. The camera has a variety of functionality for drivers who want a constant recording of their driving activities, and as such provides an extra layer of security in the unfortunate event of a collision or other incident.
Samsung has revealed a new smart camera, the Samsung NX30, running the company's SMART 3.0 software for easy uploads of its 20.3-megapixel images to Dropbox, Flickr, and social networks. Launching officially at CES 2014 next week, the NX30 has an APS-C CMOS sensor with Hybrid Auto Focus, up to 9fps continuous shooting, and an ISO 100-25600 range, along with both a 3-inch swiveling AMOLED display and a tilting 1024 x 768 electronic viewfinder. There are also two new lenses to go along with the new camera.