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- Samsung WB150F
- Samsung has introduced their new WB150F. We find out if image quality could match the feature set.
Samsung WB150F Digital Camera Review$229.00
Shooting modes are selected via a hardware mode dial at the top right corner of the body. In addition to full PASM shooting, other modes include Smart Auto, a dedicated video mode, Scene modes, and a Digital Effects mode. Strangely, there are also dedicated modes for Wi-Fi connectivity and even the main menu. We can't help but think that these latter features should've been built into existing modes, rather than adding the extra step.
No mechanical manual controls are included (don't be fooled by the textured lens ring, it's just there for grip), however the full range of shooting modes do allow complete control over exposures. Our only complaint here is Program Auto, which will not automatically increase sensitivity beyond ISO 400, and there's no menu option to fix it. This really takes the "Auto" out of "Program Auto" in our opinion.
Most size options are 4:3, but some selections are available for 3:2, 16:9, and 1:1. This camera is not capable of lossless RAW encoding, however JPEG compression quality levels are user-selectable from Normal, Fine, and Superfine.