Hector1980

Hector1980

Joined on Oct 4, 2012

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On Cameras get 'smart' to stay competitive post (58 comments in total)
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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:

http://www.eye.fi/products/android

Direct link | Posted on Oct 14, 2012 at 01:15 UTC
On The iPad Workflow post (76 comments in total)

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.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 11, 2012 at 13:13 UTC as 40th comment
On Leaving my DSLR at home: An iPhone experiment post (171 comments in total)

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?

Direct link | Posted on Oct 11, 2012 at 11:55 UTC as 86th comment | 1 reply
On Apple iPhone 5 Review post (15 comments in total)

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:

http://jag.gr/645pro/

And it would be great to have a dpreview-caliber review about it.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 11, 2012 at 00:55 UTC as 7th comment
On Quick Review: Apple iPhone 5 Camera article (119 comments in total)
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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?

Direct link | Posted on Oct 5, 2012 at 00:46 UTC
On Quick Review: Apple iPhone 5 Camera article (119 comments in total)

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)

Direct link | Posted on Oct 4, 2012 at 05:45 UTC as 15th comment | 2 replies
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