Samsung Electronics has announced today the Galaxy Camera 2, a successor to the award winning GALAXY Camera, which will be displayed at CES in Las Vegas.
The Galaxy Camera 2’s 121.2mm (4.8-inch) HD Super Clear Touch LCD provides users with a beautiful way to view and edit images. The Galaxy Camera 2 comes with 16M BSI CMOS Sensor, with 21x Optical Zoom, and is powered by an upgraded 1.6 GHz Quad-Core processor, supported by 2.0 GB of RAM. This internal memory is supplemented with the pre-loaded Dropbox app, which provides 50GB of free cloud storage for up to two years, so that passionate photographers need never worry about running out of memory. This camera is packed with 2000mAh battery, which will enable photographers t0 enjoy the photography experience for longer period of time.
The Galaxy Camera 2 has sharing features with advanced Wi-Fi and NFC capabilities. The all-new innovative ‘Tag & Go’ feature makes it easy to connect the Galaxy Camera 2 to NFC-enabled smartphones and devices. With a simple tap of the smartphone and camera, the devices will be automatically paired and transfer images swiftly using a host of clever functions. With Photo Beam, the picture being viewed on the camera is automatically sent to the paired smartphone, while Mobile Link, allows photographers to select images they wish to transfer to their smartphone at their leisure. For more creative shooting, Remote Viewfinder lets photographers control the camera using the smartphone, providing greater freedom for setting up and snapping shots.
With Smart Mode, users can choose from 28 different pre-set modes all designed to address different shooting scenarios, which will allow a professional touch or creative twist to any image. Videos can also be given a unique twist with features such as Multi Motion Video, which allows users to set the speed of capture and create speed up or slowed down movies. The Galaxy Camera 2 also makes it easy for photographers to use their favorite applications, such as Paper Artist and Xtremera, to personalize their shots straight from the camera so that images can be edited and shared without delay.