Ever since cell phones entered the era of Android, it has been a struggle to find a decent camera phone. Back in the day, you could just go for one of those Sony Ericsson Cyber-shots and most certainly get a feature-packed point-and-shoot. Nowadays, though, picking a fine gadget is quite a challenge, since such categories as ‘camera phone’ or ‘music phone’ have died out.
Have you ever used your Android phone to shoot videos? Yeah? Well, so have I. I’ve got this LG L9 phone and it’s doing a pretty good job at recording footage, but one thing that’s been bugging me for a while is continuous auto-focus and auto-exposure. These are two awful things, apart from Auto White Balance, that I can’t stand seeing in my footage. So, I’ve decided to check out a bunch of camcorder apps out there on Google Play and here’s what I’ve picked.
Nikon D5200, released a good deal of 2 months ago, hasn’t yet been reviewed properly in terms of Movie Mode features which set it apart from other new VDSLRs (like Canon 650D/700D), as well as make it look a lot more advanced compared to its predecessors.
Недавно я продал купленную год назад мыльницу Canon SX220 (12 Мп) и на замену ей приобрёл беззеркалку Nikon J1 (10 Мп) в комплекте с объективом 10mm/2.8. Это обошлось мне в 250$ — ровно столько же на момент покупки стоил вышеупомянутый Canon. Было ли оправдано такое капиталовложение?