Originally Posted by melgross
Still, MOST pictures are taken in landscape.
True enough for me. (In pre-digital days, I used to moonlight as a photographer selling 'landscapes' for office foyers, postcards and calendars)....
Originally Posted by zoetmb
1.5:1 makes no sense to me (except that some still cameras use that ratio). All new TV production is 1.79:1 and movies are either 1.85 or 2.39:1, except for some European productions where some are...
Originally Posted by brucep
ok ok ok
all the things you say it can do and i think maybe
doctors could use a tablet
maybe with real time a/v chats and such concerning medical stuff ./. and artists and lawyers .and the mom at...
@Rok.. Not easy to find the ignore option the first time.. Cheers!
That's two juvenile knobs added to the Ignore Heap (Techdud and Italianbaby).
Might I suggest other posters only do a 'quick reply' (if they really must respond)...
Originally Posted by MacTel
Very neat. We'll be able to be given directions through a building like in the Matrix.
Imagine several people pointing their iPhones and snapping in various directions and elevations and the...
Originally Posted by solipsism
Overactive San Francisco imagination or Sci-Fi imagination?
Didn't see that one coming.. Cheers
The possibilities of photo-mapping buildings are actually a bit sinister.. a bit of a security...
Great answer, Solip!
Getting back to the magnetometer thing. Can anyone else see the prospect (a la Dark Knight or Matrix) of now being able to photo-map (and holographically reconstitute) interiors and exteriors of buildings, cities,...
Thanks for the info, Mel, but now you've made me go and look it up (admired their design but never owned a Leica, more's the shame).
... In fact, Leitz is no more, it is now Leica (not that I knew this before posting); but with the...