Samsung WB250F Smart Camera
Excellent WiFi implementation.
Sharp 1080p30 video capture.
Images lack detail at high ISOs.
Burst shooting limited to 6 frames.
By The Imaging Resource on January 31, 2014
The Samsung WB250F is, according to its maker, the new flagship model of the long-zoom WB camera series -- interesting, because it's actually not the highest-priced model, nor does it have the most resolution or zoom reach. That said, it certainly...-
By PhotographyBLOG on August 07, 2013
The Samsung WB250F is a chunky digital compact camera with an 18x optical zoom, 14 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, a suite of wi-fi options, Full HD movie recording and a hybrid touch-screen interface. On the surface it looks like a very capable...70
By Gadling on July 18, 2013
Samsung Over the past couple of years, smartphones have managed to supplant dedicated cameras for many aspiring photographers thanks to their ability to take good, clean images and quickly share them across a variety of social media outlets. While...-
By Steves Digicams on May 31, 2013
By Kyle Schurman The Samsung WB250F is a camera that's a lot of fun to use and provides some very interesting advanced features, especially for a camera with an MSRP of $249.99 at launch. Few cameras around the desirable $200 price point can provide...-
By tbreak.ae on May 22, 2013
Smartphone cameras are getting better by the day- and getting dangerously close to the quality your average standard point and shoot digital camera offers. This makes life for DSC manufacturers hard as they're stuck between the smartphone and an...81
By Digital Photography School on May 01, 2013
You may question why I selected the Samsung WB250F for review after my less than positive review of the Galaxy, a camera replete with all sorts of problems like dust on the sensor, poor ISO performance and an inordinately long startup time!My reasons:...-
By DigitalVersus on April 23, 2013
On paper, the Samsung WB250F looks like an attractive package. It has an 18x optical zoom, an up-to-the-minute BSI CMOS sensor, a touchscreen and built-in Wi-Fi. In practice, the tempting spec sheet doesn't make up for the disappointing picture...40
By CNET UK on April 22, 2013
You get an unbelievable amount of kit for your money with the Samsung WB250F, and it's all packed into an attractive, easy-to-use and conveniently sized body. There have inevitably been a few compromises, but Samsung has done well to balance...70
By ePHOTOzine on April 04, 2013
The Samsung WB250F packs a range of useful features which makes it an ideal travel camera - it has a versatile 18x zoom lens, yet it is small enough to carry in your pocket. Its Wi-Fi means you can connect to wireless networks and mobile devices to edit...80
By DigitalCameraReview on April 01, 2013
The WB250F is a nice option for those casual photographers on a budget. With a retail price of about $250, this camera offers plenty of features -- especially Wi-Fi. That being said, discerning point and shoot photographers will want to look for another...70