Articles tagged with: Android
The Muku Shuttr is a Kickstarter that got funded in about three days. It’s a bluetooth remote camera control for your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, Notes 2, Notes Tab 8.1, Notes 10.1, LG Nexus 4. It’s available now for preorder.
The iblazr is a new external LED flash unit for iPhones and other mobile devices. According to its website, it’s coming soon and it may just be an essential iPhone accessory.
The JackPod! is an interesting Kickstarter for a new, universal tripod mount for iPhone, iPod Touch, and any other smartphone-sized device. Rather than clamp to or clip on your iPhone or Android device, it mounts your smartphone to a tripod using its external headset jack.
The SlingShot by Woxom is one of the more versatile iPhone mounts currently available. Designed mainly to help stabilize the iPhone camera when you shoot handheld video, it’s also got other uses as well.
It’s been a bounty week for Instagrammers. In addition to the first significant update since the Facebook purchase, Instagram also quietly added new features to the web interface.
It’s been rumored for a while now, but the best evidence so far of an Android version of the popular iPhone photo app Instagram showed up over the weekend at SXSW in Austin, Texas.
Submit your mobile photography and mobile films for show & screen events at the Fringe Festival 2012. Mobile photography and mobile films can now be submitted till the 20th February 2012.
One of the two new gizmos this year that I find really intriguing is Polaroid’s new venture into instant digital photography, the SC1630. It’s basically a Polaroid-branded digital camera with an Android-based smartphone.
Check out Photojojo’s new Tumblr blog, Photojojo (hearts) Phoneography! It features, weekly reviews of both iPhone & Android photo apps, a daily dose of phoneography eye candy, the latest camera phone tech news, and cool Photojojo swag
According to a recent report on CNET, a version of the insanely popular iPhone photo app Instagram is coming to Android.
The new Camera360 version 2.0 update was released recently for iPhone and it’s a huge step backwards on iOS. If this update is anything close to parity with the Android version, I feel sorry for our Droidographer counterparts.
The iPhone camera does not have a true zoom lens. It has a digital zoom. Before you crank it up to 5X, read on for our tips on getting the best shots on an iPhone, Droid, or any camera phone with a digital zoom.