You need an app and their printer to view the life photo. Might as well just send the video.
howardfuhrman: This could be a scam. Let's say when the battery is charged, it gives 5-10 minutes of total use. So charging the battery from 2% to 68% gives the user 6 minutes of use. I want someone independent to test it. I am very skeptical.
It is a bit more promising than this:
I think there is a mistake here. The focal reducer from Zhongyi usually have an advertised magnification factor of 0.726x, not 0.762x.
I have to wonder why the Nikon-F aperture ring support isn't applied to the E-mount adapter as well.
I used the Cinemagraph app by Nokia on Lumia phone and I really like it. That was 2+ years ago. I can't help but think that there are already apps that do that on Android and iOS.
ProfHankD: Delay until no vibration... why don't all cameras offer that? Excellent idea, easy to implement using either accelerometers or live view differencing.
Picture this: an above average camera (does not have to be the best) from major manufacturer with an open source firmware. The sky is the limit!
The ability to wait until the camera is stable has been around for some time. Just may not be on a camera camera. I have the Android app Camera Zoom FX which does exactly that. In fact, it will should me my movement so I can steady myself.
Some could argue that many cameras do not need the feature because they already have Image Stabilization.
I would say, most of the time when you press the shutter release, you want to take a picture. Adding delay could mean missing a moment or reducing fps. Having said that, I understand auto-focus would introduce delay of its own too.
What happened to Pelican's 16 lens camera?
Surface "Pro" 4. Please fix the headline.
joe6pack: How about writing the article after you have actually used one?
Sounds more like someone has nothing to write and ended up writing a bunch of "what ifs".
otto k: No external storage is quite a limitation, transferring a days worth of shooting to some cloud provider and back takes way too much time to be useful.
Not sure why you say you are out of luck. One of the iPad camera connection kit has a USB port. Disclaimer - I have never owned an iPad.
How about writing the article after you have actually used one?
Medium format camera for less than $200!
I would get one if it (Mini 70) is less than $50.
Random Asian Guy: A friend brought a Mini 7s to a recent holiday, Still quite fun flapping the photo and waiting for it to develop to see if it turned out ok.
I'd have to say, it sure did hide skin blemishes well, Got rid of every single one of my freckles. Sure this is a plus for some :)
I was told that you should NEVER flap instant photos because it will make the photo granny. Instead, you should leave it on a table and develop itself.
Is it the infamous shake removal tool that removes 'synthetic blur' image?
ShoppingBoy: What kind of man is going to buy a device that runs on Lollipop? I'll get the iPad Pro, thank you.
The same kind of man who bought device that runs ice cream sandwich and jellybean.
HowaboutRAW: Why would I just not get a Samsung, or even irony a Barnes and Noble Samsung?
I get GooglePlay.
Except for the cheap price what is the compelling reason?
It is mostly a different ecosystem. But don't overlook the fine details: speakers, screen (viewing angle, color, resolution isn't that big of a deal here, really).
The entry 7" model at $49.99 which also comes with dual cameras, is hard to beat, IMO.
How much bigger will the .ARW raw files be?
EthanP99: The pencil has no proximity cursor. Thats just stupid for anything with a pen.
because there is a layer of glass between the pen and the image, and you are viewing the screen from an angle. It is very likely the pointer will be off. It is not an issue for writing but for fine art, it is a different story.
Having used an active stylus, I tend to agree with you.