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Samsung Camcorder QF30 to be Showcased at CES 2013

Samsung Camcorder QF30 to be Showcased at CES 2013

Samsung has announced its Camcorder QF30 with advanced Wi-Fi features and integrated live streaming service which makes sharing high quality movies easier than ever before.

With a 5-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and 20x Optical/40x Digital zoom, the QF30 allows users to upload video clips directly from the camcorder to the web. Being the first Samsung camcorder to have a live streaming feature through a new partnership with Ustream, it connects to the Ustream service via a Wi-Fi connection and broadcasts your video in real-time.

Ustream can also be used for effective home monitoring. Simply set up the QF30 in any room and monitor your home via your Ustream channel whenever you're out of the house via your own private Ustream channel. Mobile Link provides a seamless connection between the QF30 and your smartphone so that users can send video clips from the former to the latter with complete ease. Users can then play back and enjoy their movies directly on their phone or even edit the clips using the dedicated smartphone app.

There's also the Social Sharing function which allows users to directly upload their recordings to social media sites at a touch of a button. Also, PC Backup instantaneously provides an auto backup of movie files via web storage sites.

The Camcorder QF30 is available in either black or white. Samsung will be located at Booth #12004 in the Central Hall of the LVCC from 8-11 January 2013.

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