It's amazing just how many people share photos of their homes via sites like Flickr and Picasa. It only makes sense that once you're done putting in all the hard work to decorate or tech out your space that you want to show off. Years ago, Kodak introduced a camera with WiFi capabilities, and soon a few more models from other vendors came out, but it just never stuck. Probably due to the fact that at the time people weren't really sharing their photos all that much. Now, in the age of Facebook, Flickr, and blogs, almost everyone is uploading their snapshots and it just makes sense to have all cams networked.
The Samsung ST5500, which comes out early next year, features built-in WiFi so you can load photos or HD video straight to your social networking site of choice. Soon it will be a heck of a lot easier to share details of your home media center hack job.
The point-and-shoot features a 14.2 megapixel sensor, 7X optical zoom, and a 3.5-inch touchscreen. No word on pricing.
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