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Kyle Schurman

New List Highlights the Best Wi-Fi Digital Cameras

By November 4, 2013

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A feature that's beginning to appear more and more often in both point and shoot and high-end digital cameras is the ability to connect to a Wi-Fi network, such as is possible with the Samsung WB250F, pictured here.

When you can send photos wirelessly through your home Wi-Fi network, it can greatly simplify the process of creating backup copies of your images, as well as sharing photos with social networking sites

Once you have successfully put together a Wi-Fi connection with your digital camera, you'll wonder how you've lived without it. Click the link to read my list of the best Wi-Fi cameras currently on the market.

Photo courtesy Samsung

Comments
January 24, 2013 at 5:45 am
(1) Reel Life Photos Elaine says:

You have given a very thorough review of the Samsung MV800, but I wonder if a touch screen means that is how you click the shot too? If so this would almost invariably generate unwanted camera-shake, particularly in view of the shutter lag issue common to most compacts. xx Elaine

January 25, 2013 at 10:48 am
(2) cameras says:

Elaine
Thanks for the note – you are correct in that with some touch screen cameras you can record the photo by touching the screen. And you’re also right in that it introduces camera shake in some images.

However you still have the option of using the shutter button to shoot photos, so the “touch screen shutter” is just an extra feature that can be handy in certain situations.

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