The Samsung WB110 is the latest addition to the company’s WB lineup of super-zoom cameras and this piece of hardware comes with a good 26x optical magnification. Samsung has been focusing a lot on snappers of lately. It recently launched 2 Android powered shooters, the Galaxy NX and the S4 Zoom.
The Samsung WB110 employs a 20.2MP CCD sensor which is complemented by a 22.3mm wide angle lens. It features OIS and IS stabilization technologies for capturing blur free shots. Speaking of which, pictures can be snapped up from 1MP resolution up to 20MP in JPEG format. Where video is concerned, the device isn’t capable of 1080p FHD, but can recording footage in 720p HD at 30fps.
Users will be able to preview their work on the provided 3-inch HVGA LCD screen or connect the camera to an external display via the A/V out port or HDMI 4.1. The Samsung WB110 comes with a SDXC card slot with support for up to 64GB and it operates on 4 AA-size batteries. Like every other camera out there, this one also comes with its share of shooting modes and features for obtaining better images.
First on the list is Smart Auto, which as the name suggests, automatically carries out various photo and video adjustments by ‘analyzing key elements.’ Then there’s Live Panorama that enables ‘seemingly endlessly’ panoramic captures which can be previewed live on the screen by pressing down the shutter button and panning across the landscape. Other attributes of the Samsung WB110 comprise of Smart Filter, Magic Frame and Split Shot.
There’s no price information at this point of time for the WB110 and the South Korean conglomerate is yet to provide a release date for its latest camera. By the looks of it, the snapper should arrive with an affordable or reasonable retail tag.
Specifications at a glance:
– Sensor/lens: 20.2MP with 26x topical zoom
– Screen: 3-inch HVGA LCD
– Connectivity: A/V output, HDMI 1.4
– Storage: SDXC SD card support
– Dimensions: 114.48mm x 79.26mm x 86.45mm
– Weight: 385 grams