Samsung Reveals Wi-Fi Camera, Pocket Camcoder

July 30, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Samsung have recently announced some additions to their lineup of point-and-shoot cameras, and now it’s time to see some more. The newest additions to their collection are a Wi-Fi enabled point-and-shoot model, as well as a new HD pocket one which uses swiveling lens.

The Samsung ST80 is a pocket camera that features Wi-Fi connectivity, and comes with a 14 megapixel sensor. It allows you to e-mail pictures and videos directly from the device, and even upload them to online services like YouTube, Picasa, PhotoBucket and of course Facebook. You also get a Boingo Wireless account too, which allows you to upload content to various services run by Boingo. It will cost $250.

The Samsung HMX-E10, on the other hand, is a swivel-lens pocket camcoder that comes with a touchscreen. Its lens can rotate up to 270 degrees, allowing you to more easily take your own pictures as well as some really interesting shots of locations. It has a 8 megapixel sensor for photos and can record 1080p video at 30fps. Look out for the HMX-E10 for around $200.

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