Specs Of Samsung WB850F
- With USB 2.0 Ports
- Built in Lithium-Ion SLB-10A battery
- Optical Image stabilization and Wi-fi function
- 16.2 megapixels BSI CMOS Sensor
- 23 – 483 mm 21X Optical zoom Lens
- Face Detection and Multi-area Mode
- ISO range from 100 to 3200 with ISO auto
- Come with Fixed 3 Inch AMOLED Screen
My Samsung WB850F Review
Build and Feel
Samsung WB850F is not hard to out into your pocket though the 21X Optical zoom Lens is a little longer than other camera, The 6.2 ounces weight feels not heavy and the rubberized grip and mental cover can protect sliding.
Maybe you has thought that the 3 inch screen with 614,000 dots resolution would not as sharp as the same size screen with 926k dots resolution, But the fact is Samsung does great with the screen, Because the help of AMOLED tech, I think you will be pleased with the monitor on the back
How about the Performance
The shoot speed of Samsung WB850F is not as quick as other camera at this class, Not only the shoot speed, But it also has the longer start time, This is not a good a news.
With the low ISO setting, The image quality of Samsung WB850F is wonderful, But The photo would come with color noise and hot pixels with the high light space. So if you want to take good image, it is better to do below ISO 1600.
The Wi-fi is a very important function in this camera, You can connect it to your iPhone or Android Mobile for storing your pics, What’s more, The GPS can be running when you downloaded it from the App Store and Google Play.
Verdict and Discount
“In brighter light, the Samsung WB850F is an excellent camera, but its image quality suffers as soon as you hit ISO 400—which you’re almost sure to do when shooting indoors. Its Wi-Fi capability is neat—especially the ability to control the camera with your phone. Our Editors’ Choice Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX30V at 42nd Street Photo is a better camera overall, and Mac users will appreciate its ability to transfer photos to an OS X computer, but it will set you back an additional $50. If you can live without Wi-Fi and don’t want to spend an arm and a leg, consider the Canon PowerShot SX260 HS—it’s a little less money and produces excellent images.” – pcmag
In a word, There are some problems with Samsung WB850F, But the performance is ok for this super zoom camera.