Summary: The Samsung WB350 is an excellent choice if you're looking to upgrade your smartphone photography with a 21x optical zoom lens. Although its image quality isn't outstanding, it balances additional features, zooming abilities and portability well enough to make it a solid everyday shooter.
Pros: The 21x optical zoom makes for clear close-ups of distant subjects.
Cons: An average size sensor achieves only average image quality.
Conclusion: We also enjoyed the Samsung WB350F's playback mode, which allows you to filter your images by date or file type, or protect certain images from ever being accidentally deleted. Best, however, is the touchscreen's swipe and pinch-and-zoom capability, which makes reviewing your images a much more...
Conclusion: For the price, the WB350F is a good camera coupled with a terrific long lens, easy-to-use operation, and excellent Wi-Fi. While it may not be as thin as many slim compact cameras, it’s not bad considering that a 21x optical zoom lens is packed inside it.
Pros: Excellent Wi-Fi, Advanced shooting modes, Responsive touchscreen navigation, Long lens in a compact design
Cons: Noisy images, Edges aren’t as sharp, Startup could be faster, Prone to discoloration easily
Summary: While everyone these days seems to be focused primarily on what happens in the DSLR and MILC worlds, I believe the most interesting new developments are in the massive expansion of P&S camera types.
Pros: Fast maximum aperture, 21x zoom, Very good image quality for the beginner photographer
Cons: LCD is prone to glare, No RAW mode, Image noise increases exponentially at sensitivities higher than ISO 400 (indoor shots in low light conditions will appear grainier)
Excerpt: Shop around and you can pick up the Samsung WB350F for much less than its £249 launch price. It looks promising considering its 21x zoom, Wi-Fi and touchscreen. Its appearance is more in line with its low price, though.
Samsung Smart WB350F Review: Great wireless implementation, but is that all that’s needed?
8 April 2014
Summary: Samsung Smart WB350F comes at an MRP of Rs 21,490, which definitely seems to be on the higher side – the Wi-fi functionality notwithstanding – considering that its image quality and overall performance are not that impressive.
Summary: The Samsung WB350F is a versatile superzoom compact camera, that is decent performer, with excellent zoom range amd manual options as well as easy sharing features. Here's our Samsung WB350F review.
Excerpt: , and adds NFC, as well as giving the camera a more compact body, yet still retaining the same 21x optical zoom lens, 16 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor, full HD video recording and manual controls, as well as a 3inch touch screen.
Pros: Good touchscreen, Excellent Wi-Fi connectivity, Lots of editing options and features, Good colour reproduction, Reasonably good noise control, Decent macro performance, High speed continuous shooting
Cons: Mono sound on videos, Some corner softness, Lacks orientation sensor