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    Default Samsung WB350F Review Discussion

    While everyone these days seems to be focused primarily on what happens in the DSLR and MILC worlds, I believe the most interesting new developments are in the massive expansion of P&S camera types. The very first point and shoot camera was the Kodak Brownie introduced in 1900 and, for almost 100 years, the P&S camera was the simplest and most inexpensive way to get into photography.

    The digital imaging revolution changed all that. In less than two decades P&S cameras went from one basic type of device to several different types including ultra-compact point and shoot models, auto-exposure only standard compacts with 3x to 5x zooms, underwater P&S models, ultrazoom digital cameras, advanced point and shoots, and finally--my favorite--the travel zoom P&S digital camera. 



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    Good review. I really like the WB350F for a number of reasons. One is its appearance - very attractive for a small, pocket camera. Its nubby shell gives it a cool retro look and it probably helps with the grip. I like the built-in WiFi, which should be a standard feature in all small digital cameras to compete with the growing use of smartphone cameras. Unlike many cameras in its price range, the WB350F has manual exposure modes - very useful. Finally, although I agree that its images are oversaturated I find them very appealing. Saturation can be toned down via the camera's menu, if desired.
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