tko: So, where are the photo EDITING programs? These are just filters.
I've never used them but just from the snapshots it looks like Vintique and Repix both have editing features
Wow, really? 1/200, ISO 25600?!! Well that bodes well for night street photos.
AJC Photography: @Karroly: NO NO and NO !! Wrong! ... This is an EXCELLENT frame that shows where the focus was placed and also how nice the bokeh / out of focus is or isn't. If only ALL the pictures in this sequence (generally very good mix) ... were as REAL WORLD USEFUL in other reviews. Your requested 'flat' shots tell little or nothing for meaningful ability. I simply HATE the 'test chart' type of test shots. Bravo - more low light shots at high ISO like this one please !!! AMEN
Amen to that, I have yet to take a photo where the whole frame is contained within the DOF
It's a unique looking camera. I'd even say it's a good looking camera. But for a design that's supposed to be "one of a kind," I have to say, it's quite boring. That's really the BEST they could come up with?
All the camera manufacturers are trying to woo customers with "improvements" that really won't improve mobile photos. Megapixels, stabilization, etc. Stabilization may help out chumps that don't even pay attention to staying steady, but they don't care about good photos anyway.
For people that do stay steady, you're still shooting at 1/20 shutter speed in anything less than bright light. At that speed, anything moving is blurred. No amount of pixels or stabilization will help. All those blurry party pictures might have clearer backgrounds with Samsung's new unit, but the blurriness of the subjects won't benefit much.
SHUTTER SPEED, we need freaking shutter speed!
tkbslc: Considering most smartphone photos seem to be of people, using SS lower than 1/30 seem to be of little value. My guess is that, like regular cameras, the OIS will merely encourage less savvy photographers to create camera-steady photos with motion blur.
@vFunct, you can't take pictures of people at parties at 1/10, not unless they are posing and standing still
lol at the comments by idiot DPR'ers that instantly poo poo any photo taken by a phone. Yes your DSLR is more capable. No, your photostream is not better than his Instagram, and image quality has nothing to do with it. Keep taking highly detailed shots of nothing anyone is interested in.
oh wow, the high iso performance is much improved from my S100. This may not seem impressive to some of the DPR elitists, but it's a huge improvement, iso 6400 on the S100 looks much worse than this.
The corrected version looks a hell of a lot better to me. Yeah, there's no substituting a better lens, but when that costs you over $1000 (you need a camera to use that lens also), I'd say this is a pretty good idea for phones and inexpensive compacts.
best shot of the tribute I've seen
Wye Photography: One thing I dislike about Americans is their overtly nationalistic and patriotic attitudes. You know, hand on heart and that "One nation under God" lark. And what do they do, buy phones from a Korean company instead of an American company. Makes me laugh.
Perhaps Americans aren't as nationalistic and patriotic as the media makes us Brits believe.
empty anti-American comments make me laugh. Americans buy the best product at the best price, regardless of who made it, because that's the American way and that's completely FAIR.
You must be a true Brit and buy all your products from British manufacturers. Which means you have a Triumph motorcycle and not much else :P :P :P
peevee1: Nokia blows it so out of the water! And what about the white guy's face - is is yellow or pink in your print? Because 5s thinks the guy got jaundice.
@gdfthr73 the nokia is clearly much better. You think it's mushier because it's zoomed in more. Click the "print" or "web" on the upper right of the test scene to see them all at the same size. Also at full size, notice you can actually read the small letters and numbers, you can't in the Apple pics.
joe6pack: I have printed picture with resolution of 1024x768 in 8"x10". The result is actually surprisingly good. It is because the picture was taken with a good camera.
The burning question is can we do the same downsizing with our cheap cameras. Can we do the same pixel binding with Nokia 1020 with regular images. Can my 16MP picture from NEX be downsized to 4MP with reduced noise to make ISO 12800 appear as ISO 3200. If so, how?
export it at 1024 resolution
GrahamSeventy1: Paintings that could trick you into believing there photo's at first glance is true talent.
live view, continuous shooting PDAFweather sealingtouchscreen focusingfocus peakinggood high ISO performanceThe Oracle told me I would find "The One"(although it is missing a fully articulated screen)
70D looks good, I can't pick a clear winner. GX7 also looks good.
Henry M. Hertz: the fuji color noise at high iso is amazing.
because the Fuji applies noise reduction
cool, the lack of a fully articulated screen for selfies will probably be remedied with a smartphone app, my fishface is ready ;D
Plastek: Now imagine this as a module with different bayonets (m4/3,M,A,E, perhaps F,K,EOS if they'd agree to sell the license) - basically a death of mirrorless cameras.
Not only it'd be cheaper and smaller, but also you wouldn't be forced into these stupid adaptors all over the place. AND you could cheaply swap it for a new model when current one will become outdated (just imagine full frame Leica M module below 900$). Sounds like a brilliant deal!
maybe in the future it will be, but this is neither smaller nor cheaper
comet suisei: The American can do whatever they want, the blame the rest of the world for everything but.. who cares?
lol, random, empty U.S. critique