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Samsung’s Point and Shoot Goes Wireless

Currently, regular cameras still take better pictures than our cell phones, but having to wait to get to a computer to share those crisp images with family and friends can be frustrating. Samsung’s latest release gives the point and shoot camera the instant internet access mobile phones have been lording over them for years.

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The CL65 camera is Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, and DLNA compatible which allows photographers to share their photos as soon as they take them via email or social networking site. The Bluetooth comes in handy when you want to beam over to other compatible devices, like say a digital picture frame or an HDTV. Thanks to the included software, editing your images before uploading them to Picasa is well, a snap. The camera also has geo-tagging, showing users a display of the city they’re in, highlighting the location the photo was in and creates a reference for reviewing and managing images.

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