There are no buttons on the left-hand side of the camera, but I prefer the controls to be on the right, frankly. Nikon did add two function buttons to the front of the camera, easily accessible between the grip and lens mount, much like you'll find on the D5 and D850.Unlike the EOS R, which has an all-new separate control ring, the Nikon Z7 lets you repurpose the focus ring on the new lenses for aperture and exposure compensation. I like that idea -- it's an electronic, not mechanical control that goes unused in autofocus mode, and if you disable AF, the ring switches to manual focus mode automatically. That's a pretty smart move as it means there's one less lens ring to mistakenly grab.I don't care for Nikon's menus, as the controls aren't laid out very logically, and you're forced to scroll through a long list of functions. Canon's EOS R, by contrast, breaks things into categories, which is helpful for both learning and using the system. To avoid diving into the menus on the Nikon … [Read more...] about Nikon Z7 review: Great photos, great video, imperfect autofocus
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October 17, 2018 - Written By John Anon In brief: When it comes to the quality of video transmission over a wireless mobile connection, a new report suggests the best operator right now in the US is Verizon. This is based on new data from OpenSignal which seems to show Verizon as the most reliable and of the best quality followed by T-Mobile. However, the data also seems to show the difference is somewhat negligible considering none of the ‘big four’ operators measured proved to be sufficient in terms of actually providing a good enough experience when streaming video on a mobile device.In terms of the headline findings, Verizon was awarded 50.6 by OpenSignal and just ahead of T-Mobile who scored 48.2. Sprint came in third with a score of 41.10 although this proved to be a fine margin considering AT&T was in fourth with a score of 40.88. The first major thing to note is there was a clear divide between Verizon/T-Mobile and Sprint/AT&T, and almost to the tune of 10 … [Read more...] about Verizon Leads In Mobile Video Quality, But US Operators Not Good Enough
After a tumultuous of controversies over inappropriate videos being served to children through the YouTube Kids app, it seems like things have settled down with the advent of curated collections, a feature that allows trusted organizations to create pre-selected groups of channels that are generally safe for consumption. With the big feature out of the way, YouTube is now working on adding granular controls so parents will have options to eliminate select channels or videos from otherwise trustworthy collections. Teardown Disclaimer: Teardowns are based on evidence found inside of apks (Android's application package) and are necessarily speculative and usually based on incomplete information. It's possible that the guesses made here are wrong or inaccurate. Even when predictions are correct, there is always a chance that products could change or may be canceled. Much like rumors, nothing is certain until it's officially announced and released. The features discussed below are probably … [Read more...] about YouTube Kids v3.40 prepares parental controls for specific channels and videos [APK Teardown]
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posted on 15 Nov 2015, 08:18 4 1. darkkjedii (Posts: 27072; Member since: 05 Feb 2011) Yes I would, and yes I do. The capability is there, and the moment has called for it, cause it was in my hand at the time. posted on 15 Nov 2015, 13:20 0 27. Jango (Posts: 345; Member since: 24 Oct 2014) Exactly! It's not like your making calls with it to your face. Plus, professional video cameras are huge and are often shoulder mounted or come with tripods/stabilizers. I really don't know what the issue here is. posted on 15 Nov 2015, 08:36 1 2. MrElectrifyer (banned) (Posts: 3960; Member since: 21 Oct 2014) I would use it as a scanner with Office Lens, similar to this (bit.ly/1Hruf8o), facial recognition for biometric authentication, and video conference/memo like any webcam. posted on 15 Nov 2015, 08:45 0 3. nodes (Posts: 874; Member since: 06 Mar 2014) i think tablets are a better device to record videos. posted on 15 Nov 2015, 09:05 6 6. zeeBomb (Posts: … [Read more...] about Comments for : Would you use a tablet to take photos and/or record video?