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Apr 22, 2013


Tom Berkey

Thanks for your review of the wireless capabilities of the Samsung EX2F. Is it safe to assume the same WiFi system is used across the Samsung camera line? IMHO camera control via WiFi is the next (?) logical step for digital cameras.

Ralph Grabowski

My understanding is that different prices of Samsung cameras have different WiFi capabilities. For example, their Galaxy (Android-based) and NX 1000 series can "save photos and videos directly to a computer or cloud service while you shoot."

I suspect these more expensive cameras have added CPU capabilities to shot and send simultaneously.

Tom Berkey

Thanks - I was curious whether or not the WB250F used the same WiFi configuration as the EX2F? I do have a Galaxy III and the photos that I take (or download) can be displayed on a Samsung "Smart TV" quite easily. Just wondering if the same capability is built into their cameras.


Your article is very nice and filled with information. You have done very well with the configuration of WiFi. Thank you for sharing this information.

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