Samsung SH100 Digital Camera Review
Our full review of the Samsung SH100. We loved the PL120, so how does this Wi-Fi model stack up?
The Samsung SH100 has the distinction of being one of the first and one of the cheapest Wi-Fi enabled digital cameras. This functionality is poorly implemented however, so we're left with a strictly-average ultracompact easily surpassed by the competition, both from other manufacturers and by Samsung's own models.
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