Unlike the other cameras that take an image after you tap the shutter button, Pix Fix keeps taking the images until you tap the button.
So, the meaning of the Button is now “Stop! That’s a wrap!” instead of “That’s the moment, ooops I’ve missed it”.
After clicking the shutter button you have a series of photos taken before the click. You can then pick the photos where the moment is captured or save the whole series.
Pix Fix is available at introductory price on Google Play. Get it now!
We’ve implemented a real-time SuperZoom demo on Samsung Galaxy Nexus. As far as we know, that is the only real-time implementation of super resolution technology in the world
8x, 16x, 32x Zoom
Real time (5-8 fps)
1.5x – 2x effective resolution increase
Features: user interface
Real-time viewfinder with comparison of standard zoom and SuperZoom
Taking and saving of photos – standard and SuperZoom simultaneously.
Look at the photos below and guess is it Canon or Nikon?
The answer is: the photos were taken with Motorola Droid X using HDR Camera+.
Ok, sure a mobile cannot beat a DSLR now, but a compact is probably unneeded once you have a modern camera phone with advanced imaging features like those developed by Almalence.
And, of course, it’s a great example of the fact that a good photograph comes from the skill of photographer, not the camera.
The photos are from tosthed’s photostream on flickr. Check that photostream for probably the best mobile photos you’ve ever seen.
HDR Camera app for N9/MeeGo is available on our Mobile HDR site
We made it freeware in order to support MeeGo platform and popularize the best mobile HDR technology.
UPD: Published in OVI
Mobile HDR taken from a moving car. Four exposure bracketed frames, fused and tone mapped on device. Almalence mobile HDR on Nokia N9.