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. It’s also worth noting that the camera’s menu system is slightly different to those on most cameras, though this isn’t to the camera’s detriment as it’s well designed.
Pros: A full specification, GPS on-board, excellent screen
Cons: Some performance issue, inconsistent exposures
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. There’s a full complement of priority and manual exposure modes, exposure bracketing and manual focus.
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. El receptor GPS le encantará a quien viaja constantemente y quiere presumir sus creaciones.
Pros: Tiene receptor GPS, amplio alcance del zoom, una batería de larga duración y conexión HDMI.