Samsung MV900F Point and Shoot Camera Introduced; Boasts Gesture Control and a Flip Up Display

July 19, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Innovation and competence are not limited to making smartphones like Galaxy S III, but also when designing and manufacturing compact cameras, proves Samsung by bringing out a new innovative compact camera under their brand name.

Dubbed MV900F, the new point and shoot cam carries along a flip-up screen and the unique ability to control the zoom and shutter release of the machine by just waving hands. Now, start playing a wizard among your friend folk.

Stuffing innovative features is the only way for survival of a genre like Point and Shoot cameras which find their market eroding with the influx of mobile cameras equipped with better sensors and features.

The flip screen which can jump up 180 degrees on the new MV900F is a pointer towards this trend.

The gesture controls are the next big thing about this camera. You can control the camera functioning by moving your hands in a specific way.

According to Samsung, if the user moves the hands in circles, he or she can control the zoom.

If you need to release the shutter of the camera to capture a shot, just move your hands up and down, the MV900F will do the job itself.

By specs also the cam is not behind any of its rivals. The new entrant from Samsung packs a 16 megapixel sensor and the ability to capture 1080p full HD videos with its 5x optical zoom lens.

The lens will rock even in low-light conditions with an f/2.5 maximum aperture.

Amazed? It will start shipping  in August for an expected price tag of $350.

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