Share those special moments when you're on the move with the DV300F's Wi-Fi capability. Upload your photos to Facebook, Picasa, Photobucket or email them directly from the camera. And budding movie-makers can upload videos to YouTube too. Worried about losing photos? The DV300F lets you upload photos to an online cloud service and Samsung Mobile Link allows you to send your images directly to your smartphone and tablet. You can also save the images to your PC with just one click using Auto Backup. Super easy, super smart – and no more searching for that cable.
Looking for a camera that's super smart? Then look no further. The Samsung Smart Camera DV300F lets you share and store your photos with ease. And a host of smart features makes taking challenging shots and exploring your artistic side really simple too.
Taking group and other self-portrait shots can sometimes be tricky, but the DV300F makes things easy for you. Need to get your child's attention? Just play them the Children Mode animation. Want to let your group know when to smile? Use the Self Timer's visible countdown. And if you want to be part of the shot or preview self-portraits, the LCD on the front makes it easier and more enjoyable than ever before.
Want to create some motion magic? With Motion Photo, you can freeze time around a moving subject. Simply shoot your footage, then select the area where you want the action and the photo around it will freeze. Now that's smart.
Whether you're at a concert, festival or just out and about, you can capture all the action with the DV300F. The 5x optical zoom gives you great close-ups, even from far away. The 25mm wide-angle lens takes everything in. And the combination of 16.1 megapixels and the F2.5 lens give you high quality images — even in dim light.
With modern dual screen design, the DV300F's front LCD is neatly hidden. And with its sleek, seamless body and rounded design, this camera looks as impressive as the photos it takes.
Whatever your shooting conditions, Smart Auto 2.0 for photos and videos will give you the best possible result every time. Scene detection technology identifies up to 16 different shooting conditions, instantly analyses key elements of your composition, and then automatically adjusts to optimise settings for every individual situation.
Take a photo. Add a video clip. With Picture in Picture you can show two images at the same time and also throw some film into the mix. All done? Then instantly upload it to YouTube or your favourite social network to share with your friends and family.
Give friends and family members goofy grins, comical noses and crazy eyes with 8 modes — including Professor, Gobbler and Alien — that lets you alter faces with hilarious effect. And with Face Tracking, funny faces stay the way you want, even when you move the camera.
Turn a portrait into an old film still, or put a friend's face on a billboard. Magic Frame comes with 12 background templates that let you easily create poster-quality art that's perfect for sharing.
Aspiring artist? With this creative feature you can take any portrait, landscape or candid photograph and turn it into a black and white sketch — then colour it in! Show off your artistic skills on the camera's display to your friends and family.
Get creative with Split Shot. Merge up to three different images for a true artistic statement. Turn yourself into a bizarre new creation by combining a self-portrait with a picture of an animal. Or use the three filters to produce an evocative collage. The creative possibilities are endless.
Get perfect pictures, even if you're not perfectly still. Whether you're in a low light situation, zooming into a shot, or your hands are just a bit shaky, now you can be sure all your photos will come out sharp and clear.
With the DV300F what you see on the screen will look as perfect as the real-life scene. The large 3.0 inch high-resolution display screen also provides improved contrast and colour reproduction.
S*** camera! I bought and on my first use the camera didnt work properly. Dont worth the moneyPublished 3 months ago by Fernanda da Silva
The camera looks great, though it is taking some working out especially getting the photos on to the computer to print offPublished on 10 Feb. 2013 by irish58
It is easy to put photos on to the computer but I am disappointed that putting photos on to social network sites is far too complicated for me. Read morePublished on 29 Jan. 2013 by Patricia Brudenell