Funny you should ask, don't know if you're being sarcastic, but it does drop off occasionally at home on my Airport Express, and then sometimes is "Unable" to reconnect. I have to finally shut it off and let it sit for awhile, and then sometimes ask and connect with a password, other times just get on without asking. Out in the world, it always seems to work, and it auto joins at Starbucks where I've been before.
]A[QUOTE=wizard69;1730134 View Camera is a wocerful tool but a IApad with a cell phone camera chip would never pass as such a camera. As useful as a big ground glass is for composing the picture, it is the mechanical movements that make the view camera a powerful tool.
Given all of that if Apple wanted to throw their technical skills at redefning this photography sub group, I'd say go ahead. The problem is we would be talking about 40 MegaPixel and larger sensors and fine mechanics beyound what even Apple currently sells. Dave[/QUOTE]
True enough, I guess I was using a metaphor loosely. It would make a camera with a great viewfinder/display screen, provided you could shade it from the sun. But it won't have a Schneider lens or anything.
]A[QUOTE=wizard69;1730134Interesting but that is the way I feel about my iPhone. That ability to get to the internet anywhere is extremely endearing. [/QUOTE]
I would probably feel the same way about an iPhone, if I had one. But the touch wasn't enough of a web browser to carry around everywhere, like one does with a phone.