16 new cameras we’d like to see in 2013 (UPDATE)

16 new cameras we'd like to see in 2013

New Samsung cameras we’d like to see in 2013

 

Samsung EX2F with Wi-Fi capability unveiled

13. Samsung NX2000 Android | Share your photos everywhere

There are clear signs that Samsung will migrate its Android and 3G technologies into its compact system cameras in 2013.

The Samsung Galaxy Camera has already paved the way (you can hardly have missed the TV ads over the Christmas holidays), and it opens the door to a whole new way of shooting, editing and sharing pictures.

It’s hard to get excited about in-built wi-fi – you still need friendly access points to make it work – but it’s the inclusion of 3G that’s going to make the difference, because that means you can share your pics anywhere.

That’s not all. Android would turn the camera into a mini-tablet capable of running countless Android apps – you could upload your shots, check your Facebook albums, see what your friends have posted and tweet till you’re blue in the face.

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