Samsung WB150F Digital Camera Review
Samsung has introduced their new WB150F. We find out if image quality could match the feature set.
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Samsung's new WB150F combines two very trendy technologies currently sweeping the imaging world: impossibly long zoom, and Wi-Fi connectivity. But when manufacturers do this, especially at the low end, there's a tendency for gimmickry to overpower image quality. That may be the case here. We spent some time with the WB150F and both our shooting experiences and test results were mixed.
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