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Panasonic Lumix DC-FZ80 (Lumix DC-FZ82) What we love about the Lumix DC-FZ80 (Lumix DC-FZ82) Great zoom 60x High resolution screen 1,040k dots Wide angle lens 20 mm Touch screen Fewer buttons Just because you have your concept of an ideal smartphone doesn't mean it should apply to others. Urb says: September 24, 2014 at 4:30 pm Would you stop with the megapixel contests? The site is being continuously updated with new camera models, so you can compare the size of older cameras with the latest models.

Speakers on the 5c sound better than the 5s too - but that's another topic. Thoughts from somebody who knows more about lens design? Love the apps! identical in daylight, are you crazy ?? https://www.dpreview.com/products/compare/cameras

bearmon2010 says: September 24, 2014 at 10:25 am That’s your opinion. And the lens flare. My experience with the Lumia 1020 was pleasant at first because of the novelty (and I did like that flash), but the bulk, the horrendous startup and shooting speed, so-so software,

The iPhone 6 shot has more detail, but is a much flatter image. Many camera advertisements utilize this technique when they advertise a compact camera, and want people to know how small it is. It'll enlighten you about which specs are important when, and what cameras are suitable for whom. This post is about the progression of the iPhone camera through the generations, and has nothing to do with the Lumia, or any other phone.

Tim says: September 24, 2014 at 12:47 am Did you actually keep one of each generation of iPhone ? The more dots the better, obviously, but do take a moment to check out the quality of the screen as well. The three work in concert, and if you can manipulate and control them all, you’ll take fabulous photos without even touching the rest of your camera. I think got it all backwards.

It's more saturated in all hues and that's my preference. So the original argument is ended, the actual ‘normal’ lens on a 35mm SLR is neither 35mm nor 50mm, it's halfway in between. The central portion of the macula (the fovea) is densely packed with only cone (color sensing) cells. by William Crookes, and by G.

Better focus, more detail. https://books.google.com/books?id=ZEPyweFbjXEC&pg=PA113&lpg=PA113&dq=Please+help+an+old+man+with+comparing+two+cameras&source=bl&ots=H7cxelZ0jS&sig=RiI7pxzkI8qjoONo6-20TPVOP3w&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi6473e1tzRAhWT2YMKHWh It is the Tango 2 by iDROID USA, with a front flash to make your selfie experience more enjoyable. Snoop says: September 29, 2014 at 8:38 am Hello, First of all, thanks for sharing this! It provides what we usually consider ‘peripheral vision’, the things we see “in the corner of our eye”.

Julee Dardeau j says: September 25, 2014 at 9:54 am I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your efforts and the importance of the camera to me, the best I But be warned: cameras with huge zoom tend to be hard to hold steady when zoomed in, so getting sharp photos might be tough even with the best image stabilization. The shot below (taken at 35mm) has a lot more detail when seen in a large image, but the essence is obvious even when small. Why don't these people use the best that Apple has to offer?

Basically in doing all this research about how the human eye is like a camera, what I really learned is how human vision is not like a photograph. The sharpest lenses at f/4 are typically f/1.8 or f/1.4 lenses that have been pulled back from their highest setting. Even web-sized images shot at this focal length keep the essence of the shot. I possess my iPhone 5s but used to own the 4s and the photos i have taken with my iPhone 4s combined with camera+ comes out amazing and it is the

In either case, initiating the light capture is done by opening a shutter in front of the photosensitive surface. Olympus Stylus Tough TG-870 £224 What we love about the Stylus Tough TG-870 Wide angle lens 21 mm Flip-out screen Great for movies Really small Compact (113×64×28 mm) Thin 2.8cm Learn more Nikon D5600 £684 (body only)£715 - £799 (with 18-55mm lens) What we love about the D5600 Full HD 1080p @ 60fps Touch screen Fewer buttons Large screen 8.1cm Flip-out screen Great

The photo above demonstrates something else I’ve always wondered about: does our fascination and love for black and white photography occur because it's one of the few ways the dense cone

Greetings from Brazil. Were done here now. Various Camera Colors For many of us, the color of the camera is a significant factor when making a buying decision. If you're wondering what that "something" is, this tutorial Noble created reveals one of the most important ingredients: color grading.

Well, I have some observations, although they’re far away from “which lens has the field of view most similar to human vision?”. Unlike the intermittent shutter clicks of a camera, the eye is sending the brain a constant feed video which is being processed into what we see. Thus it's a bit deceptive since 1 of 3 exposure properties is excluded (regardless of apple imposed limitation or not). I just can't figure out how you were able to get the same picture taken, presumably at the same time, we have many cameras.

Don't be a bully. The distinction between sharpness and softness in imaging is one of detail: sharp photos retain a clear separation between edges and colors right down to a pixel level. Foodnotherstuff says: October 13, 2014 at 8:16 pm What is your opinion on the ghosting which started with the iPhone 5 and it is still happening on the 6?It is very The subconscious brain also rejects a lot of the incoming bandwidth, sending only a small fraction of its data on to the conscious brain.

Andy Peden says: September 24, 2014 at 2:48 am Yeah! I have an 8 × 10 of an elephant's eye and a similar-sized macro print of a spider on my office wall that even from across the room look great. (At My iPhone let me do this, which wouldn't have worked using my DSLR. Maybe we photographers simply figured out how the brain processes images and took advantage of it through practical experience, without knowing all the science involved.

Kendall Jenner Shares Her Passion for Photography on The Tonight Show 158 shares Feb 18, 2017 Fashion model Kendall Jenner was a guest on The Tonight Show this week, and one The "defects" in white balance and ISO selection gives them this character. But given the lens' f/5 max aperture and ultra-light construction, we're going to guess they mean light as in lightweight. WHITE BALANCE Like a big-name actor who’s too important to sit in the middle of the cast list but not so crucial as to headline the show, the camera’s white balance

John says: September 24, 2014 at 2:38 pm It's too easy to modify the same photography with any photo editor to make it look better than a "previous" version. Urb says: September 24, 2014 at 4:32 pm You need to grow up and stop caring what technology other people buy. Vox Media Advertise with us Jobs @ Vox Media © 2017 Vox Media, Inc. Jose says: October 24, 2014 at 7:20 pm With these differences and/or improvements of each iPhone cameras, may I ask where does Camera+ come in to fruition here?

Do not remove this! You'll know how wider, larger and heavier the cameras is compared to the second one. But that's what lens manufacturer Irix is claiming with their new ultra-wide 11mm f/4 rectilinear lens for full-frame Canon, Nikon, and Pentax DSLRs. This is an excellent comparison, thanks for showing the progress Apple has made with their iPhone cameras over the years.

They pack in the most features of all digicams and are fantastic for shooting subjects far away – great for sports or nature photography. I’m actually somewhat surprised diffraction doesn’t make these tiny cameras completely un-workable, but obviously, it doesn’t. Thank you for your great test, i love it! Can't wait to get my iPhone 6 in order to see the evolution compared to the 5S.