Samsung is retiring its EX1/TL500 compact camera and replacing it with the EX2F, which has built-in Wi-Fi, improved sensor and a fast F1.4 wide-angle lens
Like its predecessor, the new EX2F features a bright 3-inch AMOLED vari-angle display panel
The EX2F benefits from a faster F1.4 wide-angle (24mm) 3.3x Schneider KREUZNACH lens consisting of eleven elements in nine groups with four aspherical lenses and two high refractive lenses
Gone is the CCD sensor of old, the EX2F instead sports a 12.4 megapixel 1/1.7-inch BSI CMOS sensor
Top view of the new EX2F showing the dual dials, pop up flash and accessory mount
The EX2F is topped by two control dials and a wheel at the front for quick settings selection and parameter switching
Samsung has announced the successor to its EX1/TL500 compact launched in 2010. The new EX2F model features built-in wireless connectivity and while the F1.8 lens on the predecessor was pretty quick, Samsung has significantly improved on that for the new release with a (very) fast F1.4 wide-angle lens. As you might expect, the megapixel count has also increased (but not as much as you may think), and the video recording capabilities have been upped to 1080/30p.
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