After the initial euphoria had settled down, Nexus fans start speculating on the exact sensor that is going to ship with the Nexus 6P and 5X. Armed with knowledge of 1.55µm pixel pitch, 12.35 megapixel, 4K capability, and the 240fps frame rate, the internet is speculating that Google is using the Sony IMX377 image sensor. […]
In a few months, we will be moving to a new house. While I am not looking forward to the actual transporting of stuffs, there is an aspect of it which I am about: Taking picture of the current condo for listing. I have started to use an Olympus FL-600R flash with my Panasonic GX7–my first […]
I have been very happy with Micro Four Thirds, especially with the extensive range and quality of lenses available to the system. The other mirrorless systems like Fuji X mount, Sony E and FE mount, or Nikon 1 had not come close on the lens range. But Fuji is working very hard lately to change […]
My micro four third kit has gone through continuous expansion and contraction, but it has started with one camera and one lens. Panasonic GF2 and the 14/f2.5 lens. I had shot with this lens exclusively for 11 months. I actually went on holiday to Japan for a week with this kit. The 28mm equivalent focal length […]
“Riya”:http://www.riya.com promises big, and seems to have the technology to back it up. Photo sharing service with face recognition seems like a good idea, if you take a lot of party pictures.
But I don’t take many peoples’ picture, and hardly put them online because people can and does get offended for it. So, the novelty faded pretty quick for me.
Without the facial recognition, the rest of the package is pretty weak. It does offer tagging, with a special treatment given to location tagging. But the UI is slow, and it does a poor job at resampling large images. Flickr was much smoother in beta.