If you are shopping for a new camera from Samsung this month, we may have the perfect model to recommend now. We have a Samsung WB350F 16.3 MP camera review to share with you, which combines great prices and design at an affordable price for your pocket.
We love the color scheme for this one as we think it’s a little boring these days seeing the usual silver and black colors with every camera.
This particular model offers a Brown theme, with a leather design that is going to feel great when using in your hands. The overall Samsung WB350F specs are great as well, as for a start the 3-inch viewfinder is touch supported – making it even easier when navigating through the menus.
Samsung are also labelling this a ‘Smart’ camera, as it will feature integrated WiFi and NFC support. It includes a 21x Optical Zoom and 23mm Wide Angle too, ensuring that you are able to capture images in a much sharper detail compared to other camera models.
The 16.3 megapixel sensor features ‘Samsungs’ Low Light Shot mode, which will choose the best photo out of three and will prove to be a very useful feature with users.
All the standard features which you expect are included as well, such as 1080p Movie mode, optical image stabilization, self timer mode and also a microphone function as well.
There is around 9.5MB of internal storage, but you’ll obviously need to expand this yourself with SD card. Luckily, there are some retailers who are offering this exact model, the Samsung WB350F with a free camera case and 8GB memory card whilst stocks last.
Does this sound like the next camera for you? You can check out a list of full Samsung WB350F 16.3-Megapixel Digital Camera tech specs here over at Samsung’s product listing.
For those that want to see some Samsung EC-WB350FBPNUS reviews, you’ll be able to read what other critics have said about this model with a CNET review here.
Let us know your thoughts on this model and whether you are tempted to purchase. What is the best price that you have seen so far?
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