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Sep 13, 2013 02:07 |  #46

Awesome! Will be ditching my iphone5 for Lumia 1020. Apple iphone5 with the s is just stand for same, with fingerprint big deal!


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Sep 13, 2013 05:09 |  #47

rick_reno wrote in post #16292441 (external link)
Looks like Bruberry is going to use it to shoot their fashion show

http://www.apple.com …mer-2014-Runway-Show.html (external link)


I am wondering who will take the photos. On youtube there is a guy takes fashion pictures with an iphone camera. And they look quite good to me.




  
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Sep 13, 2013 10:35 |  #48

onurrus wrote in post #16292959 (external link)
I am wondering who will take the photos. On youtube there is a guy takes fashion pictures with an iphone camera. And they look quite good to me.

I attended a show in Honolulu dedicated to phone photography, most of the photos on display were shot with the IPhone. It was amazing what people can do with these things. I'm not sold on moving from my 4S to the 5S, my wife was telling me last night to pick one up when we're in Portland next month. Not sure why she wants me to spend money, there is usually a motive but I haven't discovered what it is yet. She just got a Moto-X which I like a lot, but I don't care for the camera in it.




  
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Sep 13, 2013 12:14 |  #49

rick_reno wrote in post #16293511 (external link)
I attended a show in Honolulu dedicated to phone photography, most of the photos on display were shot with the IPhone. It was amazing what people can do with these things. I'm not sold on moving from my 4S to the 5S, my wife was telling me last night to pick one up when we're in Portland next month. Not sure why she wants me to spend money, there is usually a motive but I haven't discovered what it is yet. She just got a Moto-X which I like a lot, but I don't care for the camera in it.

I think you did the right thing not to upgrade your 4s with the 5s. It is still mobile cameras I think even there are some little difference between the two model :)




  
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Sep 13, 2013 13:18 |  #50

my next phone will rock a 5" display so I can use the wifi app on my 6D without lugging around a 7" tablet. Iphone is too small for my tastes.


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Sep 13, 2013 13:59 |  #51

Charlie wrote in post #16293862 (external link)
my next phone will rock a 5" display so I can use the wifi app on my 6D without lugging around a 7" tablet. Iphone is too small for my tastes.

Would you leave your 5" phone at home to do outdoor activities? Imaging if I am riding my motorcycle with a 5" phone? Imagine if I am riding my bicycle with a 5" phone. Imagine if I try to take a jog with my 5" phone. In the practical world, i love the size of the iPhone and would never want my cell phone to be any larger than that.


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Sep 13, 2013 15:02 |  #52

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Would you leave your 5" phone at home to do outdoor activities? Imaging if I am riding my motorcycle with a 5" phone? Imagine if I am riding my bicycle with a 5" phone. Imagine if I try to take a jog with my 5" phone. In the practical world, i love the size of the iPhone and would never want my cell phone to be any larger than that.

no to all scenarios. I've tinkered with a 5" phone, and it's no problem for me. Heck, I typically carry my DSLR to a lot of places, and even that's not an issue.

here are the phones side by side: http://www.phonearena.​com …-vs-Apple-iPhone-5_id3284 (external link)

I've played with both, and prefer to get as big as I can possibly carry. The note is a tad big, but the galaxy is fine. It's really personal preference. I've been using the 3.5" screens for the past 4 years or so, getting really tired of small screens. The difference in weight and size is really negligible to me.


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Sep 13, 2013 20:00 |  #53

Found this, a detailed writeup on the 5S camera

http://techcrunch.com …-on-the-iphone-5s-camera/ (external link)




  
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Sep 14, 2013 00:46 |  #54

Kolor-Pikker wrote in post #16286219 (external link)
So today Apple officially announced their new 5s phone, and it comes with a camera everyone loves (to hate :lol:) with the following new features:

Discuss.

5 is an incremental upgrade to an awesome phone which made it a bit better than the previous one. Normal product cycle. The camera followed the same path. I love taking the "been here" pictures on vacations with one.


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Sep 14, 2013 07:49 |  #55

rick_reno wrote in post #16294789 (external link)
Found this, a detailed writeup on the 5S camera

http://techcrunch.com …-on-the-iphone-5s-camera/ (external link)

Thanks for the link Rick - interesting read.


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