Conclusion: Overall, the WB150F is a surprisingly great option. When a camera has this many flashy features up front – Wi-Fi, editing, filters, manual settings – and doesn’t come with the most dependable name in point-and-shoots attached, it’s good to be a bit cautious. Even though the image quality is not the best we’ve seen for this price, the convenience factor, good looks and stable body do an admirable job making up for this caveat.
Pros: Nice looking, sturdy body, Wi-Fi is easy to set up, effective, Nice, intuitive UI and settings navigation, Tons of features
Cons: Can’t push ISO high, Doesn’t perform great in low light without flash, Video is adequate at best
Excerpt: The Samsung WB150F has two primary attractions on a very lengthy list of advanced features. It carries an 18x Schneider-Kreuznach optical zoom lens, covering a range equivalent to 24-432mm in 35mm terms. It also offers wireless photo uploading. This it offers in spades - not only is it capable of connecting to Wi-Fi networks, its able to make a direct connection with a compatible tablet or smartphone for file transfer without the need for any wireless network.
Conclusion: This is the ideal companion for backpackers, travellers and the occasional photographer. With the Samsung WB150F you have a small and light camera with a lot of punch. Keep in mind that it is a point and shoot camera and that it’s not in the DSLR league. But it does a superb job. Yes, there may be some competitors that offer some extras, but this package is a very strong contender and deserves good consideration. Why?
Summary: Samsung WB150F Digital Camera comes as an exciting tool for avid photographers and party bloopers, who are in constant habit of clicking snaps. Available with advanced features and extensive range of functions, WB150F proves to be sweetness to the deal from Samsung. • Wi-Fi is easy to set up • Available with tons of features • Simple, intuitive UI and settings navigation • Good picture quality • Average video quality • ISO level is quite low • Few glitches Samsung WB150F...
Pros: Wi-Fi is easy to set up , Available with tons of features , Simple, intuitive UI and settings navigation , Good picture quality
Cons: Average video quality , ISO level is quite low , Few glitches
Excerpt: For the most part, Samsung's WB150F resembles any typical point and shoot cam. On the top is a shutter key, the back is a 3" WVGA AMOLED screen and the front a lens. There are a couple of subtle differences though, such as the dial atop featuring a ‘WiFi' option and the flash at the front cutting into the grip. The lens barrel is coated with a studded texture that alludes to pro cam pedigree, but much like a car with painted stripes: it has no effect on its performance.
Pros: Excellent connectivity; MicroUSB charging; abundant in photo-editing options;
Cons: Not suitable for full-res print outs; muffled audio when zooming;
Excerpt: Compact cameras with big zooms normally cost a lot more than £150. Samsung is no stranger to this end of the market, but whereas previous models have looked distinctly cheap, the WB150 looks smart and business-like. At this price, there some concessions, such as its plastic case, no HDMI output and video recording limited to 720p rather than the more common 1080p.
Excerpt: Apart from compact system cameras and to a lesser extent DSLRs, one area of the digital camera market still on the upward curve, according to industry data, is that of the travel zoom. And just in the nick of time for the summer holidays, Samsung has let rip with the latest entrant in its 'wide and big' WB series.