Samsung Electronics America introduces the CL65 compact digital camera, featuring geo-tagging, Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, and DLNA compatibility. The geo-tagging capability allows users to keep track of where theyâ€™ve traveled, while DLNA compatibility and Wi-Fi connectivity enable users to send and share pictures almost as quickly as they take them.
The CL65 displays the city on the cameraâ€™s LCD screen, providing users with a display of the location where theyâ€™re taking a photo, as well as a reference for when they are reviewing and managing images. With the embedded PC software package â€˜intelli-studioâ€™, users can also easily view, edit and manage their pictures right on the camera before uploading them to photo-sharing sites, such as Picasa.
With Bluetooth 2.0 technology, users can wirelessly beam their images to other compatible devices. Using a Wi-Fi connection, users can also email photos directly from their camera and upload them to popular social networking sites. The CL65 also offers DLNA connectivity, allowing users to wirelessly connect to other DLNA compatible devices within their networked home, such as an HDTV, to view and share their images.
The CL65 will be available in September with a retail price of $400.