Manufacturer with intuitive menus?

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lowerCamelCase Regular Member • Posts: 347
Re: Manufacturer with intuitive menus?
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robgendreau wrote:

What manufacturer?

Apple.

Or Samsung.

Hence yet one more reason why these other camera companies are struggling.

Or maybe Ricoh; their Theta app is clean, good looking, and super functional. And the only way to control the Theta.

Or GoPro; a good control app and it can even edit video.

Which makes it hard to understand why the dinosaur camera companies continue to make an interfaces, desktop software, and apps that look like they're wearing shag haircuts, listening to Milli Vanilli, and using flip phones. Their engineers must be as old as DPR users.

At least make a decent app, and since most all cameras have wifi, have all the controls in the app so we can set them and upload them to the camera. Via BT would be even better.

All those cameras have one thing in common: they have much fewer options. It is easy to design an easy menu if you only have easy menu items. This is true for an iPhone, an S20, and a Theta as-well-as for a GoPro. This is not true for a modern MILC.

People wanting an iPhone like menu do not need to open the menu, just use the auto mode.

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