Samsung’s Wi-Fi camera SH100 has been nominated for the Best of CES awards presented by CNET. The category for Digital Imaging includes digital cameras and camcorders.
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The SH100 has built-in 802.11n wireless that can be used for connecting to your Wi-Fi network for automatic backups or viewing on DLNA-equipped devices; connect to other Samsung Wi-Fi cameras for sharing; connect to hot spots including those provided by Boingo; and connecting to an Android-powered Galaxy S smartphone.
Outside of the wireless features, the camera is an average touch-screen ultracompact. It’s using a 14-megapixel CCD, a 26mm-equivalent wide-angle lens with a 5x optical zoom, a 3-inch LCD, and shooting modes appear to be completely automatic.
The SH100 was also well received by other media. Click here to see the articles about the camera.