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.
Summary: The Samsung WB150F isn’t your average compact camera, for two reasons: first, there’s a large 18x optical zoom to get you closer to the action; and second, you get built-in Wi-Fi to make sharing your shots easier – a definite boon if you’re a cable-hater.
Excerpt: Zum kleinen Preis bekommen Sie die WB150F mit 18fach-Zoom und viel Ausstattung. Doch der Test zeigt: Den günstigen Preis erkaufen Sie sich mit einer schwachen Bildqualität und einem langsamen Autofokus. Wir raten ab.
Pros: 18fach-Zoom zum kleinen Preis, Gute Ausstattung, WLAN