She maybe thinking how disgraceful it is for a PRO to shoot a wedding with a crappy iPhone. =D
Great or useless? Shooting at 45 deg angle always!
Three things I like from it regardless of the horrible interface:
1. Original size is available now for all subscriptions2. I can share my photos to preset sizes.3. Picture looks better from Flickr than DPR gallery.
Why would you waste time, effort and resources for a device that produces mediocre image at best?
Patenting an existing product that has been out decades ago
If it was taken with iPhone, it will definitely be put on the header. If not, a good ole smartphone word is enough. Such a pathetic world to see articles like this.
Such an expensive toy that only a diehard fanboy will buy this one.l
jcmarfilph: Then I am sure had this been taken with an iPhone, it will be posted there on the header in all glory. =D
Ehem it will be good for DPR really. Browse back and see for yourself the endless news or articles attributing to the iPhone and not the smartphone.
It is a simple request but very hard for a die-hard fanboy (or girl) to do. =D
Then I am sure had this been taken with an iPhone, it will be posted there on the header in all glory. =D
It would be much better to post the picture as it is. Nothing can salvage a mediocre photo from a mediocre phone really!
Battle of the mediocre phones. Why don't you put Nokia 808 so we can see pleasant detail here?
Just another make-your-life-miserable accessory.
Please focus on the camera review and not on product like this or another lousy accessory or apps for iPhone or iPad.
Just buy a 300$ travelzoom cam that goes from 22-500mm and don't make yourself miserable by using a mediocre phone with lousy accessories and apps. A phone is a phone so use it as a phone. If it can take pictures so be it. If you want better pictures, buy and use a camera that can do the job properly.
jcmarfilph: We want the HS50 review DPR. Please stop posting release notes of toyzoom like this.
Who cares? Camera is just a toy not your child.
We want the HS50 review DPR. Please stop posting release notes of toyzoom like this.
PhotoKhan: ...and yet another "news" piece where an ability is attributed to the iPhone when there's nothing specific to the iPhone about performing the reported new functionality. Any camera enabled-device can perform the exact same function....Lauren, you're on a roll...
There must be an iPhone word no matter what. Even the cheapest phone with camera can do this so it makes sense to just use the word mobile phone.
Come on now. Is it expensive to buy a decent microscope? These doctors are earning at least 6 digits a year and they can't afford to buy a microscope?
Townsie: I'm a camera snob, I'll admit it. That's why I shoot mostly film.On the other hand, I do enjoy shooting with the iPhone for the superior ergonomics. The ultimate point and shoot.
However, every article or argument on the merits of phone photography fails to mention that which I feel is the biggest drawback - all automatic controls.You can't control shutter speed or aperture meaning you're cut off from those venues of artistic control.
What we sorely need, for the next generation of phone cameras is for Apple (or whatever the manufactorer of the phone is) to expose APIs for developers to build apps which allow setting manual controls.
The reason they don't do that, however, is that Apple is really good at designing the experience of its users, and the people watching over the shoulder. You'll never get a blurry, or overexposed shot, they simply wouldn't allow it.
"On the other hand, I do enjoy shooting with the iPhone for the superior ergonomics. The ultimate point and shoot."
What is superior ergonomics in a slippery brick? Ultimate P&S? Come on are you day-dreaming?
Mediocre sensor, sluggish performance, lack of manual controls need masking program to hide mediocre IQ. Printing is good up to 4x6 inches. Crazy and lousy accessories to make it look like a photographic tool.