Teasing five fresh camcorders at CES in January, Samsung enticed us all. Since then we have been with no word of the camcorders from the South Korean firm. Right now, Samsung has sprung up taking two of the camcorders to the U.S. stores. The QF20 Smart and W300, two major models of the five CES 2012 demoed camcorders, come with some stunning features.
The QF20 Smart comes with the much-coveted real-time sharing capability. The camcorder touts WiFi connectivity to let users instantly share videos with friends on social media sites. Well, soon after capturing video clips, you can share them on YouTube, Facebook and others. The camcorder sports a 2.7-inch LCD display with a perceptive touchscreen and interface. It further has 20x optical zoom and 1080p video capturing and it is priced at just $350.
The W300, in the meantime, is a rugged camcorder with 1080p full HD video capturing in a variety of weather conditions. Sporting a tough and study body, the device is waterproof up to 15 feet, dustproof and shockproof from 6 feet drops. Well, the W300 is suitable for many outside activities like hiking, playing, swimming, biking and others. It also has an anti-fog covering and works better even if you take it to swimming pool thanks to its Auto Aqua mode. This piece is more frugally priced at $160, however.
The Korean tech maker has already availed the QF20 Smart Camcorder and W300 in its U.S. stores. Soon, we can wait for the other three cousins of the new camcorders, the F80, W350 and Q20 with many similar innovative features.