We know how Samsung always raises up to a challenge and now the Japanese company has come up with a new digital camera equipped with a 180-degree MultiView display which will allow users to take wide-angle photos without any problems.
The 180-degree angle makes it perfect for beginners who will be able to capture self-portraits from just about any angle without the fear of not being in the shot at the end. Samsung seems to know how people love taking shots in the mirror, in order to upload them on Facebook and other social networks, so they have come up with a camera featuring a wide viewing angle and a flip screen.
This new model from Samsung has been dubbed MultiView MV900F and you’ll most likely be pleased to find out that this new digital camera comes with a 16.3 Megapixel BSI CMOS image sensor, 5x optical lens zoom and F2.5 and 25mm wide angle. To top it all off there’s the WiFi feature, enabling users to share their photos on Facebook or Picasa directly from their camera.
One of the selling points of the Samsung MultiView MV900f is the 3.3-inch AMOLED touchscreen which enables advanced features such as Gesture shots and allows you to easily take self-portraits. The AMOLED screen flips out to 180-degrees, making it a lot easier for you to take pictures of yourself and upload them to Facebook. The hand gestures allow you to distance yourself from the camera and still have control over it. For example, a circular hand motion will enable zooming, while moving your hand up and down will capture a photo.
You’ll also be able to capture 1080p Full HD video at 30fps and includes a function called Motion Photo which separates the subject of a photo from the background and making it stand out.
The Samsung MultiView MV900F Digital Camera will begin selling in August for $349, so if you want a 2012 digital camera that throws something a bit more into the mix, this might be just the camera for you.