wildwilly: But, how do these devices, cameras and/or wi-fi cards work with tablets? I have no interest in "sending" photos from my cameras to my phone but I do use my tablet as a viewer and storage device while traveling.
The Eye-Fi card has an Android app:
The part about Photosmith mentions the Camera Kit, but I assume that since Photosmith syncs from the Camera Roll too, then the combination of an Eye-Fi card + Photosmith + Lightroom is a a godsend.
I see you used Filterstorm a lot. I have several photo apps, including most you mentioned like Snapseed, PhotoForge2, Photogene2, Luminance and others. Would you recommend me Filterstom in addition to all of those?
I've always been a big fan of dpreview, so it's great that now you decided to start testing smartphones.
Are you going to test apps, too? I'm a big fan of this one:
And it would be great to have a dpreview-caliber review about it.
Hector1980: Excuse my ignorance, but can anyone explain pixel binning and ISO in more detail?
As I understand it, ISO in a digital camera is the sensitivity of the sensor to light. So if the iPhone 5 sensor is not any more sensitive to light than the 4S, how does it achieve a higher ISO with pixel binning?
(As an aside, Camera+ for iPhone was updated to use the higher ISO)
Ok, but wouldn't that serve more to reduce noise?
Excuse my ignorance, but can anyone explain pixel binning and ISO in more detail?