fix battery and no SD card..... ?? Samsung has gone Blackberry ... Dumb stupid arrogant marketing manager leads the company astray
ThomasH_always: Ok, dear Brittany: I have a MAJOR question:What in God's name is POV??Why can't you avoid usage of acronyms, which are not explained in the text?
In that context I always remember the 700-pages book with acronyms in one of my former companies. Our "star" was PIS, The Post Ignition Stage, what also could be Postal Index South. Have you already filed your pis measures with pis?
Please, we have a spoken language, use it please in full words. Or, introduce the acronym and than use it: "The camera can automatically use Personal Oven View (POV) in the kitchen and..." There, this is how unprepared readers can know what do you mean.
A wrong usage of POV term in this advert.
lol... general shooting... you need special camera for that.. looks like run out of criteria
Uncontrolled. Hit a tree
When the law is not clear people get confused (anyone, all).Can't blame people
Sucks. Why do I have to take O2 to get Firephone ????
smaller than SSD
Yes !!!!........ Sony A7S is coming
rondhamalam: Bought AW120 and returned it within a week...It's awfully flare and glare sensitive that you cannot see any details, and the flash is inconsistently Overexposure.
My lens was very clean. From new I took care carefully. The glare started since new. It is the camera problem. Very sensitive to the glare, any mild light from above creates glare. I have D800, D700, D5100, and good lenses, the wife had the Canon lines. I have been using digital cameras since 2004.
Super cool !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Samsung cpu is slooooooooow.
What 8 core... It's just marketing gimmic. The fact All Galaxy phones are SLOW !!!!
(I am a Samsung Galaxy user since 4 years ago)
euw.. the bokeh.. yuck
LoL.... trying to EXAGGERATE small changes for the marketing :D
I don't need to know
Bought AW120 and returned it within a week...It's awfully flare and glare sensitive that you cannot see any details, and the flash is inconsistently Overexposure.
tkbslc: 10GB is a lot of web-sized images, but is still seems quaint now that Flickr gives you 1000GB.
Something wrong with flickr?