Add-on lenses for smartphone cameras tested by Consumer Reports LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Shooting a photo with your iPhone or android is extremely hassle-free. But several smartphones don't take close-ups or wide-angle shots. We teamed up with Consumer Reports to test out new add-on lenses that aim to alter that. Study much more on abc7.com
Fujifilm unveiled its new X-series of cameras, which admittedly made me tingle when I had some hands-on time, but they’re also showing off a bunch of new cameras aimed at more general audiences at CES this year.
Hi everyone, i received my i9100 last thursday, i installed the --VK-- rom on it (i did'nt see that rom on xda btw) she is really fonctionnal, i get ~4100 on quadrant and ~6500 on anTuTu without OC, that's good, but something is annoying on this rom, all the transition effect, and that's impossible to change..
So my question is, wich rom can you suggest to me?
We built a couple of Haswell Pentium G3220 systems to run 4K TV monitors for the HD surveillance system we installed in a large processing plant. 60 5MP cameras (2560x1440). It was a shot in the dark and I missed badly... The client software which displays tiled cameras from 1 to 16 renders everything in software, so the dual video cards are only useful to output a 4K signal to the TV's.