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Sample photos: Samsung WB250F Smart camera

This wireless camera is no slouch in the image department

  • While the main selling point of Samsung's WB250F is its integrated Wi-Fi and photo sharing ability, it's also a camera capable of capturing high quality images. Here are some samples to check out. Almost all of the photos were taken in auto mode. This particular image was shot with an ISO of 800 and a shutter speed of 1/8 of a second (as determined by the camera). You can see that despite these settings, it still looks well defined. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • The camera did well to capture this gloomy image. We cropped this to remove some parts from the side. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Another image shot with ISO 800, a favourite setting of the camera in low-light conditions. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • This little guy stayed still and allowed us to get a nice shot of his eye. There is only some slight window reflection as we didn't want to the put the camera right near the glass. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • An outdoor shot that has been slightly cropped. It's well exposed despite the overcast conditions and also very sharp. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Here's a shot that we cropped closely to get more face details. This was f/4 and zoomed in a little. You can see that the background is rendered with a nice blur. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • In bright sunlight the camera can struggle, especially if the light is dramatically different across the scene. It did a pretty good job here though. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • This well-lit shot in strong afternoon light was captured very well. We like the colour saturation here. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Another well-lit shot. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Another well-lit shot. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • The wide angle of the lens does introduce some distortion, but at 24mm you can fit quite a lot into the frame. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Here's one we shot in macro mode. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • This was shot with plenty of zoom. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Skin tones and wombat fur. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Baby wombat. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • A close-up of the wombat's paw. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • A close-up of the cockatoo's foot. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Zooming in to capture the koala's paw. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • The whole koala. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Plenty zoom used here. When viewed at its native size, the birds' feathers and beaks are visible and there isn't any chromatic aberration. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Good detail and light captured here. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Good detail and light captured here as well. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

  • Shot from behind glass at Sydney's Wild Life Zoo in Darling Harbour. This came out well despite backlighting. Full review: [[artnid:456288|Samsung WB250F]]

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