Charles Hueter

Lives in United States Austin, TX, United States
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Joined on Jul 16, 2007
About me:

Currently using a Fuji Finepix F30, Pentax K100D, Pentax K-x, Pentax K20D, Pentax 645N, and 2 Pentax 67s with the following lenses:

M42 Screwmount: SMC Takumar 28mm/3.5, Super-Takumar 50mm/1.4, Super Takumar 100mm F4 Macro, SMC Takumar 135mm/3.5, Soligor TELE-AUTO 135mm/3.5, Takumar 200mm/3.5

Pentax K-Mount: SMC DA 10-17/3.5-4.5 ED [IF] Fish Eye, Sigma 17-70mm/2.8-4.5 Macro, SMC DA 21/3.2 AL Limited, Rikenon 28mm/2.8, SMC FA 31mm/1.8 Limited, SMC M 50mm/2 (x2), SMC F 50/1.7, SMC DA 55-300/4.0-5.8 ED, SMC FA 77mm/1.8 Limited, Sears 80-200mm/4, SMC FA 100-300/4.5-5.6, Takumar (Bayonet) 135mm/2.5

Pentax 645 Mount: SMC Pentax-FA 645 45-85mm/4.5

Pentax 67 Mount: SMC Takumar 6x7 55mm/3.5, SMC Takumar 6x7 105mm/2.4 (x2), SMC Takumar 6x7 168mm/2.8, SMC Takumar 67 200mm/4

Nikon F-mount: Nikon Micro-NIKKOR P.C. Auto 55mm/3.5


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On article Mobile imaging apps - an overview (32 comments in total)
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Falxon: Guys, what's with ALL of the headline apps being iPhone apps? The article starts out mentioning Android, then goes on to pretty much be an Apple love-fest.

To make matters worse, the Android apps you do list below each category are not even linked to the Android Market, while all Apple apps are faithfully linked.

With Android outnumbering Apple users, I would hope for much better balanced coverage, or at least, call it an article for Apple users only.

Plastek, the biggest software compatibility problem within the Android system was the divide between phones using versions older or newer than 1.6...and as of at least July this year, the market share of phones using versions newer than 1.6 is over 97%. That canard can be laid to rest, as can the fallacy of comparing the raw number of apps between systems as a proxy to show the photographic utility of one over the other. It'd be just as senseless to say Porsche "isn't really worth tool for the racer" because they sell less than Mustangs.

Link | Posted on Sep 2, 2011 at 16:58 UTC
On article Mobile imaging apps - an overview (32 comments in total)
In reply to:

Nikonworks: Android is limitied to 25MB for the processing of a single image. This includes multiple versions generated during processing,
this limits the output resolutuion to being useful for the web but not printing at 4x6.
Android will have to increase this 25MB limit to provide more effective and useful photography apps.
Right now I use Photo Enhance Pro for my journalism work, which overcomes this 25 MB limit effectively. How? Email the developer.

Do you have a reference for the 25MB limit? It's the first time I've heard it.

I'm also curious what you mean by the system limiting output resolution to 4x6. My cell camera shoots up to 8 megapixels, generating 3264x1952 files, theoretically good enough for a 200 dpi 16x9" print.

Link | Posted on Sep 2, 2011 at 16:49 UTC
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