On a more positive note, the touchscreen features of the display work really well, especially for such a small screen. When youâre shooting photos, you can tap on the screen to expose your shot for that part of the image â thatâs really useful if youâre shooting a darker subject against a bright sky, for instance. To review your pictures, you just swipe left to right, and then flip through old shots by swiping between them. The first time you load a particular picture, it takes about three seconds to process, but the interface is otherwise seamless. You can double-tap a picture to zoom in, and then tap once to re-focus on a particular spot. All the cameraâs settings are also accessible via the touchscreen, though there arenât many to speak of: swipe up from the bottom of the screen to access a menu that displays battery level, storage capacity, and shooting mode (more on the last one … [Read more...] about Lytro review
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The Panasonic Lumix G100 launches in late July in the US. It’s arriving in two different configurations. What’s called the K kit contains the camera body and a 12-32mm lens for a preorder price of $749.99. The V kit has a preorder price of $799.99 and contains the camera, the aforementioned lens, and a tripod (priced at $99.99 separately) that can trigger recording or the shutter without having to tap a button on the camera. Panasonic will also include a second battery and a wall charger during this period. Preorder lasts until August 1st; after that, they’ll both go up in price by $50 (and you’ll miss out on the extra battery and wall charger). … [Read more...] about The Lumix G100 is Panasonic’s answer to Sony’s ZV-1
Lately, Apple's draconian requirements for ISVs to sell their apps through their store is attracting more attention. David Heinemeier Hansson, Basecamp co-founder and CTO, complained loudly and publicly that Apple's App Store rejected an update to Basecamp's new email app Hey because it didn't offer in-app purchases that would be handled by Apple's payment system and give it a cut of sales. The email service costs $99 a year, and Apple is in the position to cut revenues from iOS devices if Hey doesn't comply with the rules. Indeed, Apple can just block Basecamp from selling Hey at all.said in a discussion with Hansson on The Verge's podcast that Apple was charging "exorbitant rents" that were tantamount to "highway robbery." Cicilline continued, "It's crushing small developers who simply can't survive with those kinds of payments. If there were real competition in this marketplace, this wouldn't happen." … [Read more...] about Was Microsoft in the 1990s really better than Apple in the 2020s?
Canon and Fujifilm also have apps that let you use their cameras as webcams over USB, though they have the added benefit of letting you output directly to a Zoom call without having to go through OBS. Canon’s app works for both Mac and Windows, while Fujifilm’s is Windows-only. If you want to use your Sony or Nikon camera as a webcam, though, you can’t do so just with a USB cable — you’ll need to have some additional hardware. Here’s our guide on how to set up a DSLR or mirrorless camera as your webcam. … [Read more...] about Panasonic is making it easier to use its mirrorless cameras as webcams
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