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Samsung WB150 / WB150F
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Samsung WB150 / WB150F

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Overall 8

Samsung WB150F: Review

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19 June 2013
  • Summary: The Samsung WB150F is a great compact camera with an amazing 18x zoom and WiFi mode that lets you share your favorite images on the Social Network directly from the camera. Excellent the Smart Auto 2.0 as well as the manual mode that allows manual control of Aperture and Shutter Priority.
  • Pros: Price, 18x optical zoom, Picture in Picture (PIP), built-in WiFi, Smart Filter 3.0, Function Slip Shot, 24mm wide angle lens.
  • Cons: Battery Pack; Internal Memory.
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Overall 8

Samsung WB150F Review

28 August 2012
  • 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.
  • 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
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Samsung WB150F

8 July 2012
  • Summary: The Samsung WB150F is quite a feat of technology and specs if you want a gadget to share pics instantly on a social network. And it does that easily while costing little.
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Overall 7

Samsung WB150F

PC Magazine
2 July 2012
  • Conclusion: It's not perfect, but the nicely priced compact Samsung WB150F camera packs a sharp 18x zoom lens and integrated Wi-Fi so you can email or upload your pics to Facebook easily.
  • Pros: Built-in Wi-Fi. Sharp lens. 18x zoom. Compact design. Inexpensive.
  • Cons: Slow performance. Noisy images at higher ISOs. Video capture is limited to 720p.
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On the move with Samsung’s WB150F Smart Camera

24 May 2012
  • 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.
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Samsung WB150F Smart Camera Review

11 April 2012
  • Excerpt: Samsung WB150F Smart Camera Review The Samsung WB150F is a fun, light, feature packed, and budget-friendly Smart Camera. Finding out what the camera can do is an experience in itself and you’ll definitely need to read the manual first just so you can maximize all the features!
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Overall 7

Expert Review

2 March 2012
  • Summary: Samsung's new WB150F combines two trendy technologies: impossibly long zoom and WiFi connectivity.
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Overall 4

Expert Review

2 April 2013
  • 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.
  • 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
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Overall 8
Design 8
Features 8
Ease of use 8
Performance 8

Samsung WB150F

14 November 2012
  • Excerpt: Samsung have long produced a range of printers, notebooks and other electrical products including digitalcameras. In the last few years they decided to use Micro SD cards for storage; here I am pleased to say it’s just SD here.
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Overall 6

Samsung WB150F review: a pocket megazoom with built-in Wi-Fi

Good Gear Guide.au
6 August 2012
  • Summary: The 18X-optical-zoom, Wi-Fi-enabled Samsung WB150F has a nice mix of creative modes for casual shooters, but its manual controls require a bit too much menu-diving.
  • Pros: 18X optical zoom lens (24mm to 432mm), Built-in sharing via Wi-Fi, Good mix of creative shooting modes
  • Cons: No high-speed or low-light modes, Hard to access and adjust manual controls, Video capture maxes out at 720p
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