Pocket-Lint - The Samsung SH100 expands on the sort of connectivity we’ve seen creeping into cameras over the past few years. It is now common to have a system whereby you can mark and automatically upload pictures to the Internet on connection to a PC, but a completely PC-free solution is a little rarer.
PC World: At first glance, the Samsung SH100 ($200 as of July 13, 2011) looks like a run-of-the-mill, low-priced touchscreen camera. It's built for very casual snapshooters, and its core specs aren't exactly mind-boggling: The SH100's 14-megapixel CCD sensor may have been an impressive feature a few years ago, but in these days of ever-inflated pixel counts, it's standard issue in the compact camera world. Same goes for its 5X optical zoom lens and 720p video recording at 30 frames per second.