Summary: In use, the WB650 impresses. The focusing system is generally fast and accurate, which will no doubt be important for a general travel camera. The start-up time is almost instant as well, though the camera does take a reasonable amount of time to power down.
Pros: A full specification, GPS on-board, excellent screen
Cons: Some performance issue, inconsistent exposures
Summary: The Samsung WB650 adds two significant features to its little brother, the WB600, namely a much better AMOLED screen and genuinely useful geo-tagging features, without increasing the price by too much.
Excerpt: The WB650 demonstrates Samsung’s recent flair for packing its cameras with impressive features. The 15x zoom lens is the biggest ever to be fitted into a compact-sized camera. The 3in screen has a 910,000-dot resolution, which is as sharp as the eye can see and is a treat to use.
Conclusion: Aunque no llega a ser una cámara para profesionales, la calidad y algunas características encajan perfectamente con las necesidades de quienes buscan capturar fotos con gran detalle y en distintas condiciones de luz.
Pros: Tiene receptor GPS, amplio alcance del zoom, una batería de larga duración y conexión HDMI.