Posts Tagged ‘camera’

DxOMark has often come in for some criticism for the way it scores and the results it sometimes comes up with, but today, we have a new round of tests aimed at finding the best phone for taking selfies.

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According to a new report, tech giant Sony Corp is ramping up production of 3D sensors to satisfy what it believes will be an increased demand for the parts going into 2019.

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Here’s how to use Google Lens feature on your iOS iPhone or iPad device the easy and right way, complete with illustrated screenshots.

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Pixel 3 / 3 XL Vs iPhone XR: Photography benchmark site DxOMark has given the Google Pixel 3 a score of 101, putting it on a par with the iPhone XR as the best single-lens phone on the market.

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Keen to see which smartphone camera was the best, YouTuber MKBHD took 16 smartphones from the last couple of years and set about a blind camera test. The results didn’t turn up as expected.

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Meet the world’s first Android-powered mirrorless camera with support for Canon lenses. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Camera app Halide has been updated, with it now offering owners of Apple’s new iPhone XR the ability to take Portrait shots of anything, not just humans.

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It has perhaps taken a little longer than we might have expected, but DxOMark has released its score for the iPhone XS Max camera, with it scoring particularly highly with a result of 105.

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Photos taken with iPhone XS and XS Max camera apparently adds beauty mode filter to selfies. Here are the details on this.

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Olloclip is at it again, this time unveiling its newest attachment that will not only work with the iPhone X, but also “most mobile devices.” The clip can also be used with six different interchangeable lenses.

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If you’re using a relatively recent iPhone, then you’re using a Sony sensor when you take a photograph and the Japanese company has today announced a new version of that sensor, this time pushing the resolution higher than ever.

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iOS 11.4 users are finding black screen Camera app issue rather than a preview of whatever it was they wanted to shoot with upon app’s launch.

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