Samsung WB1100F Review

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In the market for a long-zoom camera? The Samsung WB1100F might be of interest, although as yet we have relatively little information about the camera.

Based around a 16.2 megapixel CCD image sensor, the Samsung WB1100F offers a sensitivity range of ISO 80 to 3200 equivalents.

The sensor sits behind a 35x optical zoom lens with a 25mm-equivalent wide angle, and a telephoto equivalent in the region of 875mm. Maximum aperture is rather dim, starting at f/3.0 and falling to f/5.9 by telephoto. On the plus side, a dual stabilization system is included, pairing both optical and digital image stabilization.

Images and movies are framed and reviewed on a 3.0-inch, 460K-dot LCD monitor, and shooting modes include Smart and Live Panorama. The Smart mode offers a variety of scene types, including Beauty Face, Action Freeze, Sunset, Landscape, Silhouette, Fireworks, Night, Macro, and Light Trace. Movie resolutions include HD (1,280 x 720 pixels; 720p), VGA (640 x 480), and QVGA (320 x 240). All are captured at 30 frames per second.

Images and movies are stored on Secure Digital cards, including the higher-capacity SDHC and SDXC types. Connectivity includes Wi-Fi wireless networking with support for remote live view, and NFC for easy setup with Android devices. Power comes from an SLB-10A battery.

Body colors for the Samsung WB1100F include black and red. Pricing and availability hadn’t been disclosed at press time.

Basic Specifications
Full model name: Samsung WB1100F
Resolution: 16.20 Megapixels
Sensor size: 1/2.3 inch
(6.2mm x 4.6mm)
Kit Lens: 35.00x zoom
(25-875mm eq.)
Viewfinder: EVF / LCD
Native ISO: 80 – 3200
Extended ISO: 80 – 3200
Shutter: – 0
Max Aperture: 3.0
Dimensions: 4.9 x 3.4 x 3.8 in.
(125 x 87 x 96 mm)
Weight: 16.3 oz (462 g)
MSRP: $250
Availability: 01/2014
Manufacturer: Samsung
Full specs: Samsung WB1100F specifications




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