The 16MP BSI CMOS sensor helps record images that are colorful and sharp and the massive 21 x Optical Zoom lets the photographer get closer to his subject without having to move. The camera is equipped with 2GB of RAM and if you need a place to store all of the pictures you take, the Samsung Galaxy Camera comes with 50GB of DropBox cloud storage which is free for two years.
Thanks to the Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity, photos can be easily shared. "Tag and Go" is a feature that lets the Galaxy Camera 2 pair with an NFC enabled smartphone so that photos can be easily shared between the two devices. "Photo Beam" allows the paired smartphone to receive the picture being looked at on the Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 and "Mobile Link" allows pictures to be sent from the camera to a paired smartphone on a specific schedule. You can even control the viewfinder of the camera from the display of the paired smartphone. The 28 pre-set "smart mode" settings can turn any newbie into a professional photographer. And the new "Selfie Alarm" takes five consecutive high-res shots so you can pick the best one to post on your social network. Videos are also improved thanks to "Multi Motion Video" which allows the user to speed up or slow down captured videos from 8 times slower than normal to 8 times faster.
No launch date or pricing was mentioned in the release. That information will probably be revealed at CES, so stay tuned.
Samsung announces the Samsung Galaxy Camera 2