The Samsung MV900F MultiView Digital Camera is part of Samsung's line of Smart cameras that integrate a tilting touch screen LCD monitor, wireless connectivity, advanced in-camera editing, and well-performing imaging technologies. The MV900F revolves around a 16.31MP 1/2.33" BSI (backside illuminated) CMOS sensor that provides high resolution imagery, full HD 1080p video, and high sensitivity for low-light situations. Benefitting this sensor is a 4.5-22.5mm (25-125mm 35mm equivalent) lens with a maximum aperture range of f/2.5-6.3. This 5x optical zoom can be further increased through the use of 5x digital zoom and 2x Intelli zoom.
For composing and reviewing imagery, the large 3.31" WVGA AMOLED touch screen monitor is available and can flip out 180° for easier framing of self-portraits. Just as the flip-out screen aids in taking self-portraits, this camera also features Gesture Shot for controlling the camera yourself without even touching it. In addition to taking images of yourself, this mode also works well for group photos so as to not leave anyone out of the image. By moving your hand in a circular motion, you can control the zoom; and by moving your hand up and down twice, you can release the shutter. The tilting ability also enables easier viewing when shooting from high or low angles, and furthermore can double as a kickstand for which to prop up your camera on different surfaces. The monitor's touch screen interface allows for intuitive navigation of menus or camera controls and also supports advanced in-camera image editing features, such as seven different makeup effects to selectively alter the appearance of your subject.
In addition to imaging features, the MV900F also has built-in wireless connectivity for instantly sharing your imagery directly from the camera. You can upload images to Facebook, Picasa, or Photobucket; send movies directly to YouTube; email imagery to anyone; or backup your files to cloud services, like All Share Play and Microsoft Skydrive, or to your computer using Auto Backup. Using Mobile Link, you can also send images directly to tablets or smart phones and even use these devices as a remote viewfinder to compose shots and wirelessly release the shutter.