Ultimate sharing camera? Samsung CL65 does Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth

Also revealed today: The Samsung CL65, a point-and-shoot camera designed for easy sharing. A host of wireless technologies are built right into the body, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and DLNA (if you don't know, don't ask). As soon as you snap a pic, it's automatically geotagged through the GPS, and you can immediately send it on its way via e-mail or to a photo-sharing site like Facebook. Assuming you've got a Wi-Fi connection, that is…

Rounding out the features: It's takes 12.2MP pictures, has a 5x optical zoom and a 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, and fixes red-eye with a speical Fix mode. Touch Auto Focus lets you refocus your shot just by touching the target on the LCD. It also shoots 720 p video. The CL65 goes on sale next month for $400.

We share pics from our cameraphone all the time, so we love the idea of wireless in a camera. Still, unless Bluetooth really matters that much to you, why not just get an Eye-Fi card that will do pretty much all the sharing you want (automatically, too) for less than half the price?