At the rate things are going, it won't be long that we will see terabyte SDXC cards. New technologies will be replace NAND as well that have near infinite read/write cycles and will be at speeds even faster than NAND. Can't wait. :)
Looks promising. Expensive though. :)
I want one of these; please make one of these soon manufacturers. My Leica VLUX1 is showing its age but I can wait until this technology becomes realty. :)
Definitely incredible results. Where can I get the filter? :)
Turbguy1: Hard to believe you cannot achieve a very similar effect in PP...
Extract the subject, run the swirl effect on the background, then place subject back and maybe you can get this effect. That's a heck of a lot of work. Like polarizers, there's just some things best suited at the camera level. :)
lylejk: What's with this. Crop and overlay is not processing by anyone's book. Sad. This will be the last time I bother with entering any contest at DPR with such stringent esoteric constraints which weren't fully outlined until you passed your rebuttle to me via private note. I will be spieling my discontent as well.
OK; a mia cuppa of sorts. The 15% is the occupied space and had nothing to do with processing. My anger just got a head of my reading eyes. Still, ridiculous rules. Why call it a cat contest when you can barely make out the cat? :)
What's with this. Crop and overlay is not processing by anyone's book. Sad. This will be the last time I bother with entering any contest at DPR with such stringent esoteric constraints which weren't fully outlined until you passed your rebuttle to me via private note. I will be spieling my discontent as well.
Never played with Flickr Wall since it appeared they wanted me to buy a print first (and cheap b@stard I am) so no loss for me. :)
We do need a better format then jpeg. This format almost seems too good to be true since it also supports alpha channel (transparency) as well as has a lossless mode (but not sure if that ability is better then PNG). Still, I do hope it gets browswer support shortly. :)
Hard to believe this is real. Amazing. Just wish they could solve the infinitely read/write issues with solid state HD memory. :)
1drey: Much more attractive alternative imo: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/giroptic/the-worlds-first-full-hd-360-camera
Competition; a good thing. Thanks for sharing that link. :)
Nothing short of awesome technology. Kudos to this guy. :)
Not sure I would spend $1,600 on this one despite finally looking like a camera (sort of anyway). :)
I can imagine the lawsuits when the power source destroys the eyes of those wearing these devices when those sources vaporize. :)
Saw a video on this one a few days ago. Very interesting technology. A gamechanger if they can make a car battery using this technology, but for cameras it would be cool too. The prototype that I saw looked, well, bulky, but I'm sure the finished product will be ergo. :)
Just question if the OM-G deserves it's moniker or not. lol
Judge was right. What was reckless? If indeed one of these photo-drones physically caused harm, then they may have a case. I heard of no such injury. :)
And I thought My VLUX-1 was expensive. lol
Just hope I can find a replacement battery for my VLUX-1 soon. :)