Samsung Galaxy Camera EK-GC100
The Samsung Galaxy Camera features a quad-core 1.4GHz processor, 8GB of internal storage and an SD card slot – all running on Android 4.1. Inside the Galaxy Camera is a 16-megapixel CMOS sensor capable of ISO settings between 100 and 3,200 that gathers data from a 21x optical touch zoom lens and full HD movie recording capabilities. It also sports a 4.8-inch HD LCD screen.
Instantly backs up your photos to the cloud.
Simple to use.
Wide range of connectivity options.
Responsive touchscreen controls.
Advanced and auto modes.
Image quality is no better than a $200 camera.
Awkward manual shooting.
Big and heavy.
Can't use it as a phone.
No macro shortcut.
By T3 on December 12, 2012
The fact that the 16 megapixel, 21x zoom Samsung Galaxy Camera is one of only two snapshots currently to offer the triple whammy of being wireless, Android powered and Internet enabled, should make it compelling for gadget fans as much as camera enthusiasts.80
By TechRadar on December 10, 2012
It may not be the best compact camera on the market, but the Samsung Galaxy Camera is certainly one of the easiest and most fun to use.80
By TweakTown on December 04, 2012
Let me set the scene before we get started here. Since Apple started making its iPhone devices, I've been an Apple smartphone guy. I'm also a PC guy through and through, but it hasn't stopped me owning Mac products. In kind of the same...-
By The Verge on December 03, 2012
As for the Galaxy Camera, it’s a $200 point-and-shoot with some fantastic sharing and editing features — is that worth the $300 premium? Probably not, especially if you have a smartphone with a capable camera.61
By ITProPortal on November 29, 2012
The Samsung Galaxy Camera appeals to a very specific type of photographer. If getting your photos online moments after they're shot is of paramount importance, then the always-on 3G data connectivity and Android operating system will be a boon to your photography.70
By LaptopMag on November 29, 2012
This Android-powered camera takes great pictures and lets you share them wirelessly, but the lack of 4G and chunky design disappoint.60
By Mashable on November 28, 2012
Despite a few quirks (most of which can probably be fixed with software updates), I'm utterly enamored with the Samsung Galaxy Camera. It makes the Nikon S800c look like a neanderthal and regular point-and-shoots like clumsy dinosaurs.-
By cnet UK on November 23, 2012
A fresh and very successful re-imagining of what a camera should be and how it should work. Spot-on for anyone who wants an easy way to share their pictures without being restricted to smart phone resolutions and quality levels...80
By SlashGear on November 19, 2012
Is the Galaxy Camera a game-changer? Yes, and no. In itself, it’s the best of the Android-based cameras, though that’s hardly a well-stocked category.-
By cnet on November 16, 2012
Outside of its relatively high cost of ownership and average point-and-shoot picture quality, the Samsung Galaxy Camera definitely delivers the shoot-and-share experience of a smartphone with the features of a compact camera.76