How to transfer RAW files from Fuji X100T to iOS or Android wirelessly
doesn't seem to be a way
The only solution seems to be an SD card lightning adapter for iOS or an USB OTG cable attached to the Android phone or tablet and then attached to the X100T. There must be a better way, right :-) ? OK maybe not, maybe I should just patiently wait for the iPad Pro to have a decent RAW photo editor (my bet is that will be less than 1 year from . . .
The Nexus 6P has an auto-focus bug
which the Note5/S6 and iPhone6/6S don't have
I can't characterize it enough to get a set of steps to reproduce but it's there. Hopefully fixed by a firmware update or a camera app update.
Here's an example:
Moment Case w/18mm A lovely wart on a wart
might as well go big
Fantastic lens and fantastic 18mm perspective. It make the iPhone6S plus too big but hey it's super fun and it has a lanyard slot so around the neck it goes if that's your fancy! The only problem of course is battery life since it runs the bluetooth radio for the shutter button. Maybe it will be fixed in a firmware upgrade.
I want what Ming Thein designs
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 . . .
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iPhone "wins" blind shootout over flagship Android phones
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 . . .
A nice photo from the Note5
Who would've thought back in 204 that photos like this could be taken while bicycling?
This photo would have been blurry on the Nokia 7610 1 megapixel cameraphone from 2004. Here the Note5 does a great job focusing and while the colours seem exaggerated overall it's a nice reflection of reality!
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