One of the big advantages of the rise of smartphone cameras is the ability to instantly share photos and videos to sites like Facebook and YouTube. Samsung is bringing some of that convenient connectivity to its latest point-and-shoot digital camera, the DV300F.

The 16 megapixel shooter is one of Samsung's nifty dual view cameras, which puts an LCD screen on the front of the camera for easy self-portraits and entertaining subjects. Its wi-fi enabled, so you can automagically upload your photos to your favorite social network or YouTube, and even back them up to your computer wirelessly.

The DV300F will go for just $199 when its released this March.

[via Engadget]