In the market for a point-and-shoot that also comes with Android smarts? Something like that is about to hit the store shelves later this week. The Samsung Galaxy Camera is set to land on AT&T on Friday, November 16th, for $500.
Fujifilm has introduced a new camera under their X Series of advanced digicams. Called the X-E1, this new cam takes a lot of the good stuff from the X-Pro1 mirrorless camera that the company released earlier this year, and packed it into a smaller cam with a cheaper price tag.
Samsung just expanded their Galaxy brand past smartphones, tablets and media players by adding the Galaxy Camera, a dedicated digital camera that’s powered by Android 4.1.
While the Android-based S800c is definitely one of the more interesting compact cams we’ve seen lately, it’s not the only cam Nikon announced. Nikon also introduced three more CoolPix point-and-shoot compacts: the CoolPix P7700, S6400 and S01.