Samsung WB2000: high-speed camera with support for high-definition video

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Samsung Digital Imaging Company announced at the show PMA 2010 camera WB2000, can take 10-megapixel photos and high definition video with 1080p resolution. Novelty has a high level of performance: The camera can shoot video at 1000 frames / s, and in the mode of serial photography can do 10 shots per second at full resolution. In addition, WB2000 has improved panoramic mode with the function of tracking the object and makes it possible to do a 10-megapixel still photo during video recording.

In addition to high speed, WB2000 has a 24mm wide-angle lens with a 5-fold optical zoom, three-inch AMOLED-display with high color and contrast ratio, which is not "blind" even in bright sunlight. Compared to conventional LCD screen camera WB2000 has significantly lower power consumption, allowing you to shoot more frames, without recharging the battery.

Thanks to technology Smart Auto 2.0 user need not worry about that shot can of spoiled, too dark or out of focus. Algorithm for Smart Auto analyzes the key characteristics of the stage and, depending on the results automatically selects the optimal shooting settings.

However, for users who prefer to personally oversee the entire process of shooting, WB2000 offers the possibility of shooting in RAW format and a manual mode that allows to experiment with long shutter speeds, depth of field and focus.

Brief specifications of Samsung WB2000:

  • Sensor: 10.2 MP
  • Lens: Schneider KREUZNACH, 5-fold optical zoom
  • Display: 3-inch, resolution VGA (640 thousand points), AMOLED
  • Supports HD (1080p) video; HDMI connector
  • High-speed movie recording mode with a frequency of 1000 frames / sec.; Serial photography of up to 10 images per second at full resolution
  • Support RAW
  • Recognition technology to 20 faces in the frame