Samsung has used CES to announce new additions to its compact digicam and digital camcorder ranges.

Three Wi-Fi enabled cameras, the WB850F (RRP $399), WB150F (RRP $249) and DV300F (RRP $199), will be added to the  SMART Camera line-up between February and April, bringing the convenience of being able to upload photos to Twitter,  Facebook or YouTube at the touch of a button. Users can also take advantage of Samsung’s special AllShare lockers for downloading at a later date. The  Samsung Mobile Link makes it easy to share, store and view photos via Samsung’s home and portable devices, such as smart phones, tablets and internet-enabled TV sets. An innovative Wi-Fi Remote Viewfinder also lets users remotely control camera settings and set-up shots via a Samsung smart phone. 


New additions to Samsung’s SMART Camera range include the WB850F and WB150F (top row) and the DV300F (below

New additions to Samsung’s ST range include the ST88 (RRP $169), ST77 (RRP $149) and ST66 (RRP $129), which feature 16-megapixel CCD sensors, 5x optical zoom lenses with optical image stabilisation and brushed-metal bodies. Arriving in March and April,  they are pocketable and support  720p HD movie recording, Smart Auto modes and Live Panorama.


The ST66 is the entry-level model in Samsung’s ST range

Samsung’s Q20 camcorder features a new Switch Grip 2 which increases flexibility to three recording angles-horizontal, vertical and left-to-right. This model features 1080i Full HD recording, a 20x optical zoom lens and creative functions in a slim and portable body. The F80 is a family-friendly camcorder with 720p HD capabilities and upgraded image quality in an affordable package. The F80 will be available at an RRP $219.00 from February, 2012 and the Q20 will be available for $329.00 from March, 2012.


Samsung’s new Q20 and F80 video camcorders

Full details of all products are available at the Samsung Australia microsite at: