Yet another Wi-Fi camera from Samsung is making the news, not due to some price cut, as was the case with the EX2F, but by virtue of being an altogether new arrival.
Called MV900F, it can record Full HD 1080p video and directly upload it to YouTube via the Internet.
As if that wasn't enough on its own, the wireless point-and-shoot camera gets Photobucket, Picasa and Facebook support as well.
It's no wonder these things are called “smart” cameras. Like Smart TVs, they can use some aspects of the Internet without needing a PC to handle it for them.
That said, MV900F has a 16.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, 5x optical zoom, a 3.3-inch AMOLED touchscreen (can be flipped at 180 degrees) and f2.5, 25mm lens is paired with a backside-illuminated sensor.
Other features include a Low Light Shot mode (pairs frames taken at different settings and pieces together the best overall shot), onboard retouching tools and SMART LINK (links wirelessly to a TV).
August is when sales will begin, for $349 / €285 Euro.