Summary: I have not figured out how to connect it with the internet in the field But, it is smart and it takes pretty good pictures. So I have a neck strap and I take immediate upload pictures with my cell phone and use it to UBS connect to my computer when I get home. People laugh at me but it is better than carrying a two pound Nikon around your neck.
Summary: Well I purchased this camera because I am infatuated with Samsung products. I am not very technical re camera related specifications but here's what interested me: I did a product comparison on Samsung's website, and this model has great specifications relative to ST66/68, WB150F, and ST76/77. (Now you can have your own criteria so go check): a. Lightweight and relatively small b. Wi-fi capability - to upload pics to PC or social websites or e-mail...
Summary: I tried out this camera as soon as it was delivered. The manufacturer enclosed a "Quick Start Guide," but it was not much help; as it was written in another language, than English. I went "Online" to the SAMSUNG Website, and down loaded the entire manual for the camera. After that, I had no problem getting to know all the wonderful functions that can be utilized. Photos can be taken "Automatically" by the camera, or you can set your own functions "Manually.
Summary: Received for my birthday. Very easy setup. Can now email photos directly to the grandmas or post on facebook without having to hunt for cords. Nice zoom, nice flash. Easy to turn flash off. Only problem is mine-haven't figured out how to rotate photos before I post. Exactly what I wanted!
Summary: I literally spent days and hours on line looking for the best point and shoot camera I could find,and I didn't think my budget should stop me from getting it. AND I FOUND IT! I am so so so happy with this camera. The pictures come out amazing, the zoom is amazing, the time between pictures is fast which was important since the subjects of the pictures (aka the off-springs) do not like to sit and wait.