Camera manufacturers have made numerous attempts to offer something innovative and completely different from the rest; something that allows the user to do much more with the camera. This is quite evident with a few cameras that we’ve come across in the past eg., the Samsung NV3 that featured a portable media player, and the twin-lens Fuji FinePix Real 3D W3 that can shoot in 3D. Equipped with Wi-Fi and a front LCD, the Samsung DV300F is also offbeat—it makes it easy to shoot self portraits and share photos wirelessly. Then come features such as effect filters, built-in GPS and Wi-Fi, Smile Shutter, and not to mention Sweep Panorama in Sony’s Cyber-shot digital cameras—all of which make shooting fun and convenient to share photos. The latest innovation in the digital camera space is the Samsung Galaxy Camera, and this time Samsung has gone completely overboard! Imagine what you’ll get if you cross a full-fledged super-zoom camera with the Samsung Galaxy S III. That’s exactly what the Galaxy Camera is, except that you can’t make calls with it. Let’s find out what this highly converged gizmo has in store.
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