Summary: The Samsung DV300F camera is an excellent smart with integrated WiFi and dual display front and rear, through which you can make excellent self-portraits using the front display of 1.5 inches which in real life may be slightly smaller. Excellent automated features that enable creative and use automatic high quality and creativity.
Pros: Camera is very easy to use with graphical menus, Good image quality and sharp focus, Main display screen is bright and sharp, Second display screen on front of camera allows for easy self-portraits and shots with your friends, Lens fully retracts inside the camera, protecting the glass, Several special-effect options available, Built-in Wi-Fi allows for immediate uploading of photos to social networking sites, Camera is a lot of fun to use, Good value; compares very f...
Cons: 5x optical zoom lens is a bit small, Camera control buttons are too small to be used comfortably, Cannot shoot 1080p HD video, Battery life can be below average, if using all of the camera's features, Must charge battery inside the camera; no separate battery charger included, Color scheme for camera body is a bit odd, Some photos can be a bit dull color-wise, Very few manual-control features, Uses microSD type memory cards, which are tiny and easy to lose
Summary: If you want to enjoy taking pictures, the Samsung DV300F will help out enormously. The built-in creative filters are well implemented, innovative, and rather than being a set of obscure add-ons, they're something you'll actually want to use. It's also very small and the front-mounted screen is useful.
Pros: Creative filters; Video mode; Small size; Image quality; Front-mounted screen.
Cons: Slight chromatic aberration and pin-cushion distortion; Some surprising aperture choices.
Summary: • With Motion Photo, add action to your still photos • With Jump Shot 2.0, create fun GIF animations of the captured images • It also has a 1.5 inches front screen • First camera to have dual-screen with built-in Wi-Fi • Plenty of useful shooting modes and features • Good image quality at lower ISO setting • Generous range of filter effects • 1/2.3in 16.1MP CCD sensor • Compatible with Windows XP SP2/Vista/7 OS • USB 2.0, Microphone: Mono Internal Speaker: Mono, AV:...
Pros: With Motion Photo, add action to your still photos , With Jump Shot 2.0, create fun GIF animations of the captured images , It also has a 1.5 inches front screen , First camera to have dual-screen with built-in Wi-Fi , Plenty of useful shooting modes and features , Good image quality at lower ISO setting , Generous range of filter effects , 1/2.3in 16.1MP CCD sensor , Compatible with Windows XP SP2/Vista/7 OS , USB 2.0, Microphone: Mono Internal Speaker: Mono, AV: NTS...
Cons: Slow processing and noticeable shutter lag , Movie recording limited to 720p HD , Noisy at mid to high ISO settings , Slow flash charge time , Front screen not very clear , Uses MicroSD card , No dedicated video button
Excerpt: The Samsung DV300F is shorter than the height of a business card, with official 95.2 x 56.5 x 18.3 proportions and a mere 120g weight. Sitting well in the palm, this is a compact that truly is compact. No one will feel discomfort slipping the DV300F into a trouser pocket, and in fact it’s almost too easy to forget it's there. We had the black matt model in for review, which has a totally smooth brushed metal faceplate and a more textured faux-leather rear.
Summary: We've seen Samsung compact cameras packing Wi-Fi skills before – like the capable WB150F. With the 16.1MP DV300F, you can now instantly back-up and share your shots without rummaging around for too many extra pennies over the price of your average point-and-shoot. If that doesn't convince the enthusiastic amateur, the second LCD display on the front might.