Samsung ST1000, 5xZoom,WiFi,Bluetooth,GPS,3.5"touch screen, £149.99 @Play.com - HotUKDeals
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Welcome to the world's first camera equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Geo-tagging capabilities, the Samsung ST1000. That means at any time at any place, you can update everyone in your network to the greatest things that ever happen to you, in an instant. And the ST1000 will never forget where you took that fantastic shot by using GPS technology to put you in your place...but only on the LCD screen, of course

Key Features:
GPS for Location tagging: identify where the photo was taken
Wi-Fi & Bluetooth 2.0 EDR Embedded: Share photos with your family and friends instantly
3.5" Wide 1152K TSP with Smart Gesture UI: Capture and review your images easily
Smart Auto: optimises the camera automatically to ensure the best results
Main Specifications:
12.2 megapixel
5x optical zoom
GPS (Geotagging)
DLNA Supported
WiFi & Bluetooth
Smart Auto
Face Recognition
Dual Image Stabilisation
720P HD Movie / H.264 Format, HDMI
Smart album
3.5" 1152K TSP LCD Screen
Face detection (up to 10)
Blink detection
Smile detection
Beauty Shot
Red eye fix
Scene Mode
Auto Contrast Balance
Li-on Battery / in camera charging system
Recycle bin
Memory: MicroSD up to 4GB
What's In The Box:
Wrist strap
Lithium Ion battery
User Manual
Software CD
Warranty
AC Adapter
USB Cable
A/V cable

+0.5% QUIDCO

reviews:
http://www.trustedreviews.com/digital-cameras/review/2010/01/05/Samsung-ST1000-digital-camera/p1
http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/samsung_st1000_review/

Same [email protected]:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002JM1GR8/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_1?pf_rd_p=103612307&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B002JM1GSC&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=047EQY6GWB60257W8NF4
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#1
Great tech, mega pixels etc but ultimately all that matters is whether the lens on this camera any good. Anyone know?
banned#5
WOW, fookin wifi and DLNA in a camera, that rocks. I love seeing technology progress and this is a big step.... Nice
#6
I think there have been a few cameras with this technology but they are now starting to appear in the budget cameras.

Would be interesting to see what battery life is like with all the geo-tagging going on.
#7
Nice camera, but why exactly would anyone want to "at any time at any place, update everyone in your network to the greatest things that ever happen to you"
Ego maniacs! ;-)
#8
They certainly seem to be tooling up camera's these days!!!!
#9
Does it make tea ?
#10
halfpenny
Does it make tea ?

No, but it will take a photo of your tea and geo-tag every photo of every cup of tea you have on Google Maps, whilst twittering to everyone you know that you are right now having a cup of tea.

Edited By: therealmackay on Sep 06, 2010 18:33: blah
#11
G.P.S. "Getting People Scanned".
#12
wewontgetfooleda
G.P.S. "Getting People Scanned".


Getting Paranoid Stupidly.
#13
Good price for what sounds like a good camera. My girlfriend is looking for a new one and the wifi and bluetooth capabilities will go down a treat. I've also been looking at the samsung P150 which recently dropped to around £100, it has similar features like 5x optical zoom, around 12Mp and 720p video recording, i like the twin screens on the samsung but the touchscreen and connectivity of ST1000 may swing it for me. Heat added.
#14
You do trade off picture quality for the wealth of connectivity options. This camera certainly excels in connectivity and paves the way for more cameras in the future to include this much connectivity at this price range.
#15
can you install tom tom on it lol
#16
Looked long at hard at this, but went for the Sony DSC-TX5 instead. Similar style of camera, but with decent low light performance for a compact, which is a boon for any budding photographer
#18
#20
mrpremium
WOW, fookin wifi and DLNA in a camera, that rocks. I love seeing technology progress and this is a big step.... Nice


lol its not big step, its the way forward!
#21
sorry,I wouldn't use camerabox or simplyelectronics,read the reviews of these sites first!oO

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