Our smartphones are now at a point where we're connected to everything and everywhere at the touch of a button. See something cool and want to show your friends? All it takes is about three button presses to have a picture on Twitter or Facebook for the world to see. However, one area our smartphones fall short in (although they are catching up fast!) is the ability to take digital photographs at the same high quality that a dedicated digital camera can. But what if I want to snap a shot of something on my digital camera to Tweet or share in one of my many online digital albums? Surprisingly, our digital cameras have not evolved at the same pace as our smartphones in this regards. Traditionally, I'd have to somehow copy that picture from my camera to either my computer or smartphone before I could post it on the web.
Over the last year or so we've started to see more WiFi enabled cameras hitting the market - although not at very plentiful rates yet. WiFi enabled cameras are able to interact with various online media sharing platforms to instantly upload pictures from your camera to the web. Coupled with some in-camera editing abilities, you can take a picture from the moment of the shot to the web in mere minutes.
Looking to take their existing DualView camera series and upgrade it with WiFi, Samsung has recently released the DV300F. With it's dual-screen design, in-camera editing and WiFi connection, the DV300F is sure to be a hit among teenage girls everywhere this summer.