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Here are the iPhone Release Dates (Low End models Italicized, Blue models still in production) iPhone (1st generation) Released 4, 8 GB: June 29, 2007 16 GB: February 5, 2008 iPhone 3G All models: July 11, 2008 iPhone 3GS 16, 32 GB: June 19, 2009 8 GB black: June 24, 2010 iPhone 4 16, 32 GB: June 24, 2010 CDMA: February 10, 2011 White: April 28, 2011 8 GB: October 14, 2011 iPhone 4S 16, 32, 64 GB: October 14, 2011 8 GB: September 20, 2013 iPhone...
SOT:Not really related to the DJI, but this shows a OIS video chip that is rumored to be in the next iPhone:This link is from forumsdotmacrumorsdotcom:http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1717395
It's percent share of active iOS devices!
I assume that the Launch Month scale shows when that device was launched in China (when the devices are first available):https://www.apple.com/pr/library/2012/12/16iPhone-5-First-Weekend-Sales-in-China-Top-Two-Million.html
Explain?
Here's an interesting chart for iPhone sales in China -- supposedly a big target for the 5C:http://************/2014/03/17/iphone-5c-not-a-hit-in-china-either-would-a-rumored-8gb-model-help/#more-315124The above lint is to nine2fiveMacdotcomI don't understand how reducing the BOM cost for a $9.40 part can significantly reduce the retail price.     5C           | 16 GB | 32 GBNAND Flash | $9.40 | $18.80
Exactly!  Something about a "making a silk purse ..."I misspoke ... FCPX doesn't automatically transform and crop -- I did that manually by scaling the video 143.1% to insure that the edges stayed within the frame.Here's the clip without any scaling -- it really shows how stabilization compensated for the jerky camera movement:
Yeah, that's quite a video! All I saw was some FCP7 editing to manually transform [enlarge] and crop the video to get rid of the propellers, etc. IDK if he did any stabilization.When you do stabilization, it automatically transforms and crops, as needed, to minimize shake.
Yes ... and add to that:the video I stabilized was downloaded from the Internet @720p instead of the 1080p available from the camera originalthe downloaded video was multiple clips assembled into a single video -- if each clip were stabilized separately the results would have been betterthe low light exacerbated stabilization problems
Ha! Crazy California!San Francisco is considering a ban on releasing butterflies at weddings and other events.http://rt.com/usa/san-francisco-butterfly-ban-781/Every year when my daughter plants her garden she buys and releases several containers of lady bugs -- a totally natural way to reduce pests like aphids.Sigh, I suppose that'll be banned next.
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