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android camera info – complete details from the #opensource @opencamera app

android camera info – complete details from the #opensource @opencamera app for a HMD Global Nokia

Open Camera v1.46
Code: 70
(c) 2013-2019 Mark Harman
Released under the GPL v3 or later (Open Camera also uses additional third party files, see online help for full licences and attributions.)
Package: net.sourceforge.opencamera
Android API version: 28
Device manufacturer: HMD Global
Device model: Nokia 5.1 Plus
Device code-name: mt6771
Device variant: PDA_sprout
Language: en
Standard max heap?: 384
Large max heap?: 512
Display size: 720×1362
Display metrics: 720×1362
Current camera ID: 0
No. of cameras: 2
Camera API: Camera
Preview resolutions: 2224×1668, 2560×1440, 1920×1440, 1920×1088, 1920×1080, 1440×1080, 1440×720, 1280×720, 960×720, 960×540, 864×480, 800×600, 800×480, 720×720, 720×480, 640×480, 480×368, 480×320, 352×288, 320×240, 176×144
Preview resolution: 960×720
Photo resolutions: 4160×3120, 4096×2304, 3024×3024, 4032×2016, 3264×2448, 3600×2160, 3328×1872, 2880×1728, 2560×1920, 2560×1440, 2048×1536, 1920×1088, 1920×1080, 1600×1200, 1280×960, 1280×768, 1280×720, 1024×768, 720×480, 640×480, 320×240
Photo resolution: 4160×3120
Video qualities: 1_r3840x2176, 1_r3840x2160, 1_r2560x1440, 1_r1920x1088, 1, 5_r1280x736, 5, 4_r720x480, 4, 3_r480x320, 3, 7, 2
Video resolutions: 3840×2176, 3840×2160, 2560×1440, 1920×1088, 1920×1080, 1280×736, 1280×720, 720×480, 640×480, 480×320, 352×288, 320×240, 176×144
Video quality: 1
Video frame width: 1920
Video frame height: 1080
Video bit rate: 17000000
Video frame rate: 30
Video capture rate: 30.0
Video high speed: false
Video capture rate factor: 1.0
Auto-stabilise?: Available
Auto-stabilise enabled?: true
Face detection?: Available
RAW?: Not available
HDR?: Available
Expo?: Available
Expo compensation?: Available
Exposure compensation range: -2 to 2
Manual ISO?: Not available
Manual exposure?: Not available
Manual WB?: Not available
Video stabilization?: Available
Tonemap max curve points: 0
Can disable shutter sound?: Available
Camera view angle: 65.67808 , 49.0
Flash modes: flash_off, flash_auto, flash_on, flash_torch, flash_red_eye
Focus modes: focus_mode_auto, focus_mode_infinity, focus_mode_macro, focus_mode_locked, focus_mode_continuous_picture, focus_mode_continuous_video
Color effects: none, mono, negative, sepia, aqua, whiteboard, blackboard, posterize, nashville, hefe, valencia, xproll, lofi, sierra, walden
Scene modes: auto, portrait, landscape, night, night-portrait, theatre, beach, snow, sunset, steadyphoto, fireworks, sports, party, candlelight, hdr
White balances: auto, incandescent, fluorescent, warm-fluorescent, daylight, cloudy-daylight, twilight, shade
ISOs: auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
ISO key: iso-speed
Magnetic accuracy?: -1
Using SAF?: true
Save Location: OpenCamera
Save Location SAF: content://com.android.externalstorage.documents/tree/850D-1DE8%3ADCIM%2FCamera
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an #android v #ios camera gotcha #andvios

an #android v #ios camera gotcha #andvios

on an iphone when you go into privacy location disable your location is no longer saved with your photos

on an android when you disable GPS your location is still saved with your photos unless you go into camera settings save location off

the power of opensource (eg android opencamera app)

maybe you have been enjoying using the opensource android opencamera app

maybe you love the fixed infinite focus feature and maybe youre thinking i would like another new feature like “auto untilt” !

well thats the power of opensource you can ADD any feature you want yourself just get the free libre open source code, learn java and android mobdev and away you go

PS BUT google first as you may find its already been written and it turns out that “auto untilt” already exists -albeit with the wrong name

Panasonic TZ60 the world’s slimmest 30x gps nfc wifi camera

Panasonic TZ60 is the  world’s slimmest 30x gps nfc wifi camera has a 24mm ultra wide-angle 30x optical zoom LEICA DC lens (35mm camera equiv.: 24-720mm). To fit the lens unit in a slim body, Panasonic adopts sliding structure to the O.I.S. lens unit and divides zoom lenses in 6 groups.

http://crawley.store.panasonic.co.uk/p-3295-dmc-tz60eb-k.aspx

#panasonic #lumix SZ9 or TZ40 – i cant decide !

#panasonic #lumix SZ9 or TZ40 i cant decide !

SZ9

TZ40

Three features to look out for on your next camcorder

Three features to look out for on your next camcorder

  • GPS – so you never need to manually geotag your photos again
  • Projector – so you never need a TV again
  • Wi-Fi upload – so you never need a USB again

And you can already buy a camcorder with a built-in project just take a look at the Sony HDR-PJ200

How to use flickr to help you decide what camera to buy !

I've just noticed that Argos have some interesting deals on digital cameras:

  • 7M Canon A470 3.4x for £50
  • 10M Nikon S560 5x for £150
  • 6M Nikon D40 DSLR (inc 18-55 lens) for £250

but how can i decide which one to buy ?

So I thought lets use flickr to help me decide

Only 200 A470 owners uploaded photos YESTERDAY but 3000 D40 owners did !

31/75 flickr members own a A470 ! and its well down the popularity list ! whats wrong with it ?

6000/13000 flickr members own the d40 and its the 4th most popular Nikon ! impressive figures !

Or maybe I should save up for a D60 instead !

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OpenRAW and RAW digital camera image formats

OpenRAW want "camera manufacturers to publicly document their RAW image formats — past, present, and future. The goal of OpenRAW is to encourage image preservation and give creative choice of how images are processed to the creators of the images. To this end, we advocate open documentation of information about the how the raw data is stored and the camera settings selected by the photographer."

http://www.cybercom.net/~dcoffin/dcraw

There IS an ANSI C program that attempts to decode any raw image from any digital camera on any computer running any operating system.That program is called dcraw (pronounced "dee-see-raw"), and it's become a standard tool within and without the Open Source world. It's small (about 8000 lines), portable (standard C libraries only), free (both "gratis" and "libre"), and when used skillfully, produces better quality output than the tools provided by the camera vendor.

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Photojojo – things to do with your camera and your photos

Photojojo is a newsletter about "a whole world of things you can do with your photos and with your camera that nobody ever told you about. Turn a photo into a mural at home in 5 minutes, print your friends' faces onto cupcakes, or get a bottlecap that turns any soda bottle into a tripod …"

Here a few "things" I found in their archives


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