But I probably couldn't afford it :-)
I want Ming Thein's ideal mirrorless camera but a) I couldn't afford it (it would be Leica prices or more) b) not sure there's a market c) I could do without ETTR and other crazy features that he wants. Ming claims he's designed products but I doubt he understands the complexity of actually shipping a software product let . . .
Not a surprise to me. If you want to yakshave over photos buy an Android flagship, if you just want to take photos that you like buy an iPhone
iPhone "wins" blind shootout over flagship Android phones! This is exactly what I have experienced with Android versus iPhone. Sure on Android you'll get a technically better picture but only if you auto-focus correctly and you don't have a problem with the lock screen or invoking the camera app. The out of box iPhone . . .
Who would've thought back in 204 that photos like this could be taken while bicycling?
I thought GPS of some sort was tablestakes for a new camera?
hoping this will be fixed in a firmware update
The Note5 hangs every few days in the lock screen which means I can't take photos. Why? Odd ! Can't figure out a pattern on how to reproduce nor how to workaround the problem. Never seen anything like it in the many Nokia and Apple cameraphones I've used over the years. Other than that and the focus hunting it's a great . . .
everybody's overestimating in the short term and in the long term underestimating
The Light L16 is one of the harbingers (its awkwardness reminds me of Symbian cameraphones or the early point and shoots). Some great, provocative thoughts on computational photography can be found on photothunk.
happens much more often on the Note vs. iPhone 6
Here's a sample Note 5 blurry image that I wrote about in the last post :