Started by ksm32, September 13, 2014, 12:09:06 AM
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Quote from: onan on September 13, 2014, 04:20:23 PMIf you want a quality photograph get a large format camera, or at least a 35mm SLR. If you want to take snapshots... does it really matter? I don't suppose anyone wants my Kodak Instamatic?
Quote from: paladin1991 on September 14, 2014, 01:07:39 AMNow that the camera question has been asnwered, can someone post a copy of their operators manual for the Fleshlight 6000? I can't get it to stop making coffee for me afterwards.
Quote from: wotr1 on September 13, 2014, 04:29:51 PMIt does if you are posting to a company website and want customers to see it. See the comment (that was edited in after your post) about cropping. Look at the picture of the stairs. The landing (actual floor) was cut out and the left side of the stiars cut off near the bottom for want of more sensor area.You are right- for a throw away snapshot posted to twitter it really does not matter. I also do not know that people are basing their choice of contractor on pictures. But if that is the case, why not just carry on with the S3? The 8MP camera should be fine for snapshots. However, he seems to be looking for something more capable of producing a better looking picture (and my argument is that there is not a phone that would not produce severe limitations...)***I do enjoy debating, maybe even arguing***
QuoteThe ILCE-QX1 is one of Sonyâ€™s slowly expanding family of lens cameras â€" itâ€™s a small cylinder that you can hold in your hand or clamp onto any flat-backed smartphone up to around 6 inches in size. It is unique from the other QX100 and QX10 lens cameras and the other new releases, though, in that itâ€™s closer to a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera than it is a compact, with a huge APS-C imaging sensor and Sony E lens mount.