- Forget shooting in low light. It's absolutely terrible. Smeared, noise reduced, mush.
- There's some serious distortion.
- Dynamic range? None. Well actually some but pretty pathetic.
- Dodgy colour.
- Press the big white button photography. That's it.
I do actually use it occasionally for camera photography on my posts but for serious photography forget it. I imagine it produces pretty similar results to an iPhone, but then I don't have one so I don't know. Just to see what happens I've uploaded the three apple pictures above to a picture library, to see if they accept them. I'll update the post when I get a decision.
(UPDATE - The pictures have been accepted by the library.)
Must admit, the screen is very good though. Beats the hell out of live view screens on a camera. So as a 'controller' for a camera it's probably very good. Firing the shutter without going near the camera is obviously useful. If I'm desperate for something to do I may try to set it up with one of my cameras to try it out. However, don't hold your breath!!
N.B. to see more on the cameras and lenses featured in this post click on the relevant labels (tags and keywords) at the bottom of this post.
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