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Roland Tanglao

Traditional Standalone cameras are dead!

But there's still hope if they become social cameras

Stand alone cameras are dead for amateurs who are not enthusiasts, i.e. I agree with Om. Not dead for the Rolands, Michaels, Hubs and Ludos of the world. A "truly connected to the internet taking true advantage of software camera" in other words a social camera that works as a complement with the iPhones and Android phones of the . . .

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March 07, 2015

Tired of the Fuji Android app

why do I always have to manually connect it to my Android Phone?

After the first time, it shouldn't prompt me to connect for GPS! Just connect already without any prompts! Except for that, it seems better than the Olympus Android app.

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February 24, 2015

iPhone6 Plus camera impressions

consistent with a Capital "C"

  • Consistent Auto Focus
  • Consistent Shutter Lag
  • Consistent Colour
  • Consistently easy to launch from the lock screen

All in all a reliable camera which you can't really say for the 1020 and lots of other cameraphones. And all those 10000s of camera apps of which dozens are actually great which you can't say is true of Windows Phone or . . .

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February 24, 2015

What I really want is: open source RAW camera app on Firefox OS

pretty please ?

But in the meantime I'll settle for an open source RAW camera app that I can send pull requests to on iOS or Android or heck for the 3 of us who use Windows Phones, Windows Phone. (and if I can't get that Google fund Camera FV-5 and Manual app in the meantime :-) )

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February 19, 2015

Google fund Manual & Camera FV-5 aka Roland's krazy idea to make something awesome only on Android

Don't buy the companies Google. Instead fly them to Mountain View for 1-4 months and fund them to get their Android-only RAW camera (only Android has RAW APIs; iOS doesn't; Windows Phone does but nobody it breaks my heart to say it cares about Nokia er Microsoft phones and Windows Phone) apps as awesome as possible on Nexus 6, Nexus 5 . . .

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February 19, 2015

Tired of the Olympus GPS App

Because it times out often with large numbers of photos

Unbelievable but true. If you take 100 photos, the Olympus Android app takes a long time to find those photos and geo-tag them and sometimes it times out. Perhaps the iOS Olympus App is better?

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February 17, 2015

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