Samsung’s Upcoming CL80 Camera has Wi-Fi Support

December 25, 2009, By Radimir Bobev


Cameras with Wi-Fi support are becoming more and more popular nowadays, but they’re still far and inbetween. Nevertheless, Samsung are about to make an addition to the Wi-Fi camera market, and it looks like it’ll be quite an impressive one.

The Samsung CL80 wasn’t announced in any of the usual “hyping up the crowd” ways, it was simply added to the company’s website. The camera features a 14 megapixel sensor, optical image stabilization, 3.7″ capacitive touchscreen display with haptic feedback, and can record 720p movies. The camera also offers a microSD slot, and can connect to computers through USB 2.0.

The optical zoom capabilities go up to 7x, and there’s also an “Instant Upload” feature to complement the Wi-Fi support, which enables you to upload your freshly taken photos straight to Flickr, Facebook, and a variety of similar websites. You can even shoot videos and have them uploaded directly to YouTube, as long as you’re recording from a hotspot.

Price and release date are still unknown, but Samsung are likely to reveal more details at CES.

[ Via Engadget ]

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