Samsung introduces the WB110 before a successor of about a year old super-zoom camera WB100. Compared to the previous model, there are only minor modifications, the 1/2, 3 “small CCD sensor triggers now 20.2 instead of 16.2 megapixels and sensitivity ranges from ISO 80 to ISO 3200 instead of only up to ISO 1600.
Remains is is the optical 26X zoom with a small image corresponding focal length from 22.3 to 580 mm, together with optical image stabilization and HD movie recording with up to 1,280 x 720 pixels resolution.
On the back of the Samsung WB110 has a three-inch screen with automatic brightness control, but lacks a viewfinder.
Through the lens, the WB110 looks striking out after a while or DSLR system camera, but it lacks the ability of the lens changes, also a viewfinder does not have the WB110 and its image sensor is as small as in conventional compact cameras. The rear screen serves as a viewfinder with its diagonal of three inches (7.6 centimeters), whose resolution has increased over the WB100 from 230,000 to 460,800. In addition, the WB110 has an automatic screen brightness control so that it will provide optimum brightness without manual adjustments in light and dark environments.
For image acquisition is a folding flash available that correct shooting settings can take over the camera with its Smart Auto mode all by itself. It analyzes the subject in a split second and automatically selects the appropriate scene mode. If you want, but this choice can also make yourself. Even when shooting video keeps the WB110 scene modes available. In addition, the super-zoom camera has a 180 ° Sweep Panorama mode, together with preview function. To power these four AA round cells, batteries or rechargeable batteries can be used. The memory card slot is compatible with SD, SDHC and SDXC, and Samsung guarantees a perfect function only up to 64 GB capacity. As of July 2013, the Samsung WB110 will be available in red and black for a price of just under 230 EUR.
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