What's with the trend to using a smartphone for GPS?
I'll never understand camera product managers part 27012014888
The Fuji X-T1 is. so. close. Love the water sealing and the WiFi.
- Why is the GPS optional? Using a phone's GPS is not great because often the GPS is wrong especially when you are not in a city or in a city blocked by skyscrapers. The GPS accessory for my Nikon 1 V1 is better than the GPS in my Nexus 5 for . . .
NX30 awesome (built-in auto-upload flickr & dropbox in some regions) except why is GPS optional
D'oh of course we need a dial to set the ISO!
As Mark Dubovoy points out the minimum viable digital camera needs an ISO dial.Time for a 3.0 version of the Minimum Viable Digital Camera.
Take the Minimum Viable Pro Camera and add:
- built-in snapseed-like app to edit RAW (not JPEG) and an LCD screen to do this touch editing on
- interchangeable lenses (all waterproof) or a collapsible waterproof 18-200mm (35mm equivalent) zoom lens with a constant f2.8 aperture or faster
- . . .
- auto-upload with ShoZu to flickr, your blog via the MetaWeblog API, TypePad, Blogger, etc and other popular social networks of the day! (This was 2005!)
We are finally getting back to 2005 :-) in 2013 with flickr client auto-uploading and Google+ uploading but just barely since neither flickr . . .