Samsung EX2F camera delivers professional performance
The Samsung EX2F is the company’s latest digital camera and funnily enough is successor to the EX1. Among its new features is an added Wi-Fi capability for sharing photos on the web directly from the camera and a wider f/1.8 aperture for faster shutter speeds and better performance in low-light conditions. It’s one of the largest aperture you’ll find on any compact camera.
The Samsung EX2F has to be one of the best compact digital cameras for those that love to take photos but are happy to put off buying a fully-fledged digital SLR camera.
The Samsung EX2F boasts Wi-Fi to get those snaps uploaded online to your favourite social networks. The sensor is a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor that can shoot in raw format or JPEG. If you want to shoot movies in full high definition (1080p) at 30 frames-per-second, the EX2F will do that too.
Around the back you get a 3-inch AMOLED display and an uncomplicated set of controls, and dual dial controls on top. The EX2F almost doesn’t feel like a traditional compact camera, offering more control than conventional compacts. And that’s good news for those looking to upgrade in the world of digital compact cameras.
For those wanting a camera with digital SLR-like controls and features, the Samsung EX2F will be available from mid-August for around £429 (inc. VAT).
Samsung also recently launched its new Samsung WB100 – so if the above isn’t for you, you may want to check out the WB100 as one step above if you’re a little more SLR-inclined. Check it out at the link below.