Friday, December 16, 2011

Detacchable Lens for Smart Phone: The Smart Phoneography Revelution

Mark Kurlyandchik , news from

Fun and whimsical, the Fisheye, Macro/Wide, and Telephoto lenses attach to virtually any camera-phone, but are no replacement for a DSLR

As if professional photographers weren't already beginning to feel their neck straps slowly morphing into tightening nooses of obsolescence -- thanks to 8-megapixel-strength smartphone cameras and apps that make even the most pedestrian stills look (arguably) like works of art -- a set of clever, detachable smartphone camera lenses by Photojojo have only removed more slack from the rope.

The Fisheye, Telephoto, and Wide Angle/Macro lenses attach to virtually any cameraphone, "giving you crisp and clear shots every time," Photojojo, the popular photography blog and  online retailer, claims.

A small magnetic ring (13.06mm outer/9.38mm inner) is easily applied over a phone's camera. In my case, it was on the top lens of the dual-lensed EVO 3D. Simply peel the paper off the back of the ring to reveal an adhesive-laden back and gently apply around the phone's camera lens. The ring can stay attached to the phone at all times, allowing any of the three lenses to be fastened to the device via magnetic force. Swapping lenses between shots is simple, fast, and pain-free.

The three lenses also come with back and front covers to prevent the glass on either end from scratching.

The detachable lenses really are ingenious little enhancements for any camera-phone. However, that doesn't make them altogether useful. Their small size means they can be easily lost or misplaced, and the results with the lenses isn't anything groundbreaking (see attached photos for proof).

But, at a price point of just $49 for the set of three, the Photojojo lenses are a cheap upgrade for anyone looking to do just a little bit more with their smartphone camera. They won't turn your Nexus S into a DSLR, but they will allow a broader range of angles in your shots.
Fish Eye Lens for iPhone

Additional specs:
  • Macro lens focuses between 10-23mm from your subject
  • Telephoto lens doubles your camera's zoom (subjects are 2x closer)
  • Wide angle lens 0.68x wide
  • Fish-eye lens 180 degree angle (0.28x)
  • Lenses range between 15.8mm-25mm diameter x 6.5mm-15mm length
Another point worth noting: My experience with the customer service at Photojojo has been phenomenal. Even if these lenses weren't quite as impressive as I might have hoped they would be, I plan to continue exploring the company's collection of whimsical camera accessories, particularly for photo-centric gifts like this Nikon Camera Lens Mug, or this well-priced "Classic Mini Digital Camera".

Telephoto Lens

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Canon announces EOS CINEMA SYSTEM-C300

     By incorporating the HD Video module in still cameras, the main stream Camera Manufactures brings a revolution in parallel cinema industry , the disappearance of camcoder was the instant impact, those who want a video option, are selecting still cameras. The parallel cinema industry is the main beneficiaries of this DSLRs, Canon's 5D, 7D, and 550D are the favorites in HD video still camera market.

                Now Canon announced that the company has been developing a full frame EOS DSLR capable of recording 4k video at 24 fps. Most digital cameras today are capable of shooting Full HD Video but which is just the 2k video. This camera uses a 35mm sensor. Canon named this camera as C300, the company claims the 4k capable sensor improves low light performance. The price of C300 will be USD 20,000 (approx.Rs.10 lakhs) and will be available towards the end of May 2012.

        Canon aimed the the mainstream cinema industry with this camera, if it hits the industry it will make a big revolution in film making. RED Digital cinema introduced the scarlet-X, with better video facilities also another news showing that the cinema going to be digital .

EOS C300 Features

Super 35mm-equivalent 16:9 Large CMOS Sensor

Large imager unleashes full creative potential. Modeled on the Super 35mm 3-perf motion picture film standard, Canon's CMOS sensor has an active image size of 24.6 x 13.8mm. The image sensor utilizes an innovative readout technique that delivers full bandwidth individual RGB video components without the need for any
debayering algorithms.
  • 8.3 MP sensor
  • Shallow Depth of Field
  • High Sensitivity/Low Noise
  • High signal-to-noise ratio
  • Reduced rolling shutter artifacts
  • Signal processing equivalent to that of 3-chip RGB systems
  • 8 MP Bayer array; no pixel interpolation needed

Friday, December 2, 2011

New PEN- Olympus PEN-E-PM1

         Olympus introducing latest one in its PEN Camera series, the latest one is Olympus PEN E-PM1.The Camera sharing almost same features with its brethren cameras and distinguishes with some additional or enhanced features.


The Company ensured that all the recent PEN Cameras share the same sensor.The E-PM1 has the same 14-42mm sstandard zoom lens,12.3MP high speed Live MOS sensor as the E-P3 and the E-PL3. Besides these E-PM1 has the same FAST (Frequency Acceleration Sensor Technology) AF systems as the other two models, it has a 35 focus point distributed over the sensor .

The Dual Core Processor

The dual core processor stores an image simultaneously while you are going for another shot , so you need not to wait for the camera to save the data in to the memory card , it gives you the freedom to shoot as many shots in the burst mode .Since the internal technologies are about the same as its forerunners, this camera distinguishes only in size and some features.

The Distinguishing features

The E-PM has the capacity to shoot at 4.1 fps(5.5 fps when IS switched off) while the costly E-P3 has only 3fps. E-PM1 has Six Art filters and it weighing 100 g .The 3 inch LCD that offers a 16:9 aspect ratio- ideal for video.

Olympus PEN Mini E-PM1 key specifications:

  • Updated 12MP Live MOS sensor
  • 120 Hz 'Fast AF' focus system          
  • Clip-on flash (included)
  • Built-in autofocus illuminator light
  • 460,000 dot LCD screen (16:9 aspect ratio)
  • Dual-core TruePic VI processor
  • 1080i60 movies in AVCHD format
  • In-body (sensor-shift) image stabilization system

Box Contents

  • M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6 II R Black
  • M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm 1:4.0-5.6 R Black
  • Flash FL-LM1
  • BLS-1 or BLS-5
  • BCS-1 or BCS-5
  • Micro Four Thirds body cap (BC-2)
  • Shoulder Strap
  • CB-USB6 USB Cable
  • CB-AVC3 Audio/Video cable
  • [ib] Image Management Software
  • Olympus Viewer 2 Software CD-ROM
  • Operating Instruction

Thursday, November 24, 2011


2011 National Geographic Photo Contest

  Competition organised by National Geographic Magazine, judgment will be made by National Geographic Photographers Tim Laman,Amy Toensing and Peter Essick .
Entry Fee is USD 15

Prizes: A Grand Prize of USD10,000 and a trip to NG headquarters in Washington DC, USA

for more details log on to

Deadline: 30 November 2011

Michael the Maven's 2011 Photo Contest

       Open to all photographers irrespective of amateur or professional

        Main Categories:-

        Portraits -
       Abstract / Textures-      

Prizes per Category:

1st Place - $1000 CASH!! (Or Gift Card in restricted areas)
2nd Place - $300 Coupon to Michael's Online Store -
3rd Place - Photography Business Crash Course DVD Set
(a $250 Value)
4th Place- $150 Coupon For Michael's - Canon Training Download Video Store
5th Place- Think Tank Digital Holster (Thank you to Think Tank for Sponsoring!) - ($60 Value)
6th Place- TBD - $50 Value
7th Place- Custom Michael The Maven 16GB Bamboo Thumb Drive
8th Place- Angelina Hills Matted Print (Her Work is outstanding, I have it hanging in my own home.)
9th Place- Ocean Waves Relaxation DVD by Heath Snow
10th Place- TBD $15 Value
Honorable Mentions (2) - No Prize

All Winners will receive a PDF Certificate of their Achievement
website :
 Deadline :16 December 2011

Street Photography Contest

   Silicon Beach Training's Street Photography contest is open to all photographers over the age of 18. Eric Kim will be judged the competition

         Categories: Environment,Miscellaneous,Mono,Places and Street

Street Photography Competition PRIZE

onone perfect photo suite 6The lucky winner will get their hands on Perfect Photo Suite 6 courtesy of onOne Software.
onOne Software, a leading developer of innovative, timesaving solutions for professional and advanced amateur photographers, have announced Perfect Photo Suite 6 along with new products Perfect Effects, Perfect Portrait, Perfect Mask, and an update to Perfect Layers. All products in the Perfect Photo Suite 6 now work as standalone applications in addition to working directly from within Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Apple Aperture and Adobe Photoshop. If you wish to brush up on your Photoshop skills we offer a range of Adobe Photoshop Courses as well as Lightroom Training.
This additional functionality means that the Suite can be used directly within Lightroom and Aperture without the need for a separate host application as was previously required. Perfect Photo Suite 6 will continue to include full support for Photoshop CS5 and CS4 with many of the products now functioning as Smart Filters.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Nikon Enters in to Mirrorless Segment

Nikon finally arrives to the mirrorless segment era with announcement of Nikon V1 and Nikon J1. Both Camera uses a CX sensor with a size of 13.2 X 8.8mm (1 inch), the sensor is even smaller than Micro four third , this attempt is made to make the camera a smallest one, while the reviewers criticizing this effort .
With a new Sensor
           These 10.1 MP cameras are faster than Nikon's other popular DSLRs as the company claims. The dual core EXPEED 3 processor enables data transfer speed even faster than D3s , so the camera has the ability to shoot still images at 10fps, and 60fps with the auto focus locked. The camera able to shoot full HD Movies with full time AF and can also shoot 1080i video at 60fps and use frame rates up to 1200fps for super slow motion effects.

Basic Features
  • Model Number: V1
  • Camera Format: Compact System Camera
  • Resolution: 10.10 Megapixels
  • Kit Lens: 3.00x zoom 10-30mm (27-81mm eq.)
  • Viewfinder: EVF / LCD LCD
  • Size: 3.0 inch ISO: 100-6400
  • Shutter: 30-1/16000
  • Max Aperture: 3.5
  • Dimensions: 4.4 x 3.0 x 1.7 in. (113 x 76 x 44 mm)
  • Weight: 13.5 oz (383 g) includes batteries
  • Price: $900
  • Availability: 10/2011


Sensor • 13.2 mm x 8.8 mm CMOS sensor
• 10.1 million effective pixels
Image sizes • 3872 x 2592
• 2896 x 1944
• 1936 x 1296
• 3840 x 2160
Aspect ratio 3:2, 16:9
Movie clips • 1920 x 1080 @ 60i/30 fps
• 1280 x 720 @ 30/15 fps
• 640 x 480 @ 30/15 fps
• 320 x 240 @ 30/15 fps

Slow-motion movies
• 640 x 240/400 fps (plays at 30p/29.97 fps)
• 640 x 240/400 fps (plays at 30p/29.97 fps)
• 320 x 120/1,200 fps (plays at 30p/29.97 fps)
• 320 x 120/1,200 fps (plays at 30p/29.97 fps)

Motion Snapshot Motion Snapshot
• 1,920 x 1,080/60p (59.94 fps) (plays at 24p/23.976 fps)
• 1,920 x 1,080/60p (59.94 fps) (plays at 24p/23.976 fps)
Sensor output is about 60 fps
File format • NEF (RAW)

• H.264/MPEG-4 Advanced Video Coding compression
• AAC audio
Lens mount • Nikon 1 mount
• Approx. 2.7x lens focal length (Nikon CX-format)
Focus • Hybrid autofocus (phase detection/contrast-detect AF); AF-assist illuminator
AF are • Single-point (135 points)
• Auto-area (41 points)
• Subject tracking
Lens Servo • Autofocus (AF): Single AF (AF-S); continuous AF (AF-C); auto AF-S/AF-C selection (AF-A); fulltime AF (AF-F)
• Manual focus (MF)
Focus distance • Standard mode 0.6m (wide) / 1.0m (tele)
• Macro mode 0.2m - (wide) / 0.9m (tele)
• Super Macro mode Closest focusing distance: 1cm
ISO sensitivity • Auto
• High Auto
• Manual ISO 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, Hi 1 (6400 equiv.)
Exposure compensation • +/- 3 EV
• 1/3 EV steps
metering TTL metering using image sensor
• Matrix
• Center-weighted
• Spot
Shuttter speed Mechanical Shutter
• 1/4000 sec. –30 sec.
• Bulb
Electronic Shutter
• 1/16000 sec. –30 sec.
• Bulb
Modes • Programmed auto with flexible program
• Shutter-priority auto
• Aperture-priority auto
• Manual
• Scene auto selector
Shooting Modes • Still image (3 : 2)
• Smart Photo Selector (3 : 2)
• Movie (HD 16 : 9, slow motion 8 : 3)
• Motion Snapshot (16 : 9)
White balance • Auto
• Incandescent
• Fluorescent
• Direct sunlight
• Flash
• Cloudy
• Shade
• Preset manual
Picture Control system • Standard
• Neutral
• Vivid
• Monochrome
• Portrait
• Landscape
EVF • 0.47-in., approx. 1440k-dot color TFT LCD viewfinder
• 100% coverage
LCD monitor • 3.0" / 7.5 cm LCD
• 921,000 dots
Continous shooting • Electronic (Hi): Approx. 10, 30, or 60 fps
• Other modes: Up to 5 fps (single AF or manual focus, S Shutter-priority auto or M Manual exposure mode, shutter speed 1/250 s or faster, and other settings at default values)
Connectivity • DC input
• Combined A/V & USB output
• USB 2.0 compatible
• Multi accesory port
Storage • SD/SDHC/SDXC
Power Li-ion Rechargeable Battery (EN-EL15)
Weight (no batt) 294g
Dimensions 4.42"W x 3"H x 1.7"D
(113mm x 76mm x 44mm)


Friday, November 11, 2011

Must Have Accessories in DSLR Photography

1.Camera Bag

When you invest handsome amount to purchase a DSLR Camera, never hesitate to spend some amount to have a good DSL bag, because the life and performance of your gear greatly depends upon how it is handling and how it is keeping, how safe your gear while travelling, while on trekking .Choose a bag, which suitable for any climate and condition and easy to operate.

2. Extra Battery and Memory Card

You need an additional battery, because a single battery couldn't stands for continuous shooting, especially when you are shooting in cold temperatures. An additional Memory card ensures you never want to compromise with your shots, let you to shoot as many as angles

3.LCD Protector 

LCD protector protect your LCD from scratches and dust particles and ensure your LCD as clear as new

4.Padded Neck Strap

The neck strap that come with DSLR is not a very comfortable one, especially when your camera mount with big lenses, he padded Neck Strap make it easy to handle the camera even with biggest lenses


A Tripod is essential for night and low light photography,ensure your tripod is a strong one enough to carry the weight of your DSLR

6.Lens Cleaning Kit

A cleaning kit provides enough materials to clean your lens from dirts and dust particles and keep the sharpness and contrast of your lens

7.Giottos Rocket Blower

It blows away the dust from your sensor and lens

8.UV Protection and Polarising Filters

UV Protection filter protect your lens from direct sun light and other external threats like crash and scratch, this is a must to increase the life of your lens.
Polarising Filters is a must in landscape photography, just because it adds some special effects and avoid distractions

Friday, November 4, 2011

The Fastest DSLR from Canon

                Canon claims its latest full frame Camera as the fastest DSLR in the world. The Canon EOS 1D X has a speed to shoot 12 fps with autofocus and 14 fps in JPEG,when continuous AF is switched off. This is amalgamation of both EOS 1Ds mark 111 and EOS 1D mark iv the the forerunners of 1D X, interestingly it is also the tenth generation of Canon's 1D series. The 1D X has a 18 MP full frame sensor.
The 1D X gives a better quality at high ISOs, 1D X has maximum ISO of 51,200 which can be expanded to 2,04,800.

The auto focus system has 61 AF points out of which 41 AF points are cross-type sensors. Camera has DIGI 4 processor in addition to DIGIC 5+ processors that is completely dedicated to metering.

The 4k video recording.

The Camera will be able to record 4K video at a frame rate of 24P, with Motion-JPEG compression, using the central APS-H region of the sensor. 


What's in the Box

EOS-1D X Digital SLR Body

Eyecup Eg (not shown)

Battery Pack LP-E4N

Battery Charger LC-E4N

Wide Neck Strap L7

Cable Protector

Stereo AV Cable AVC-DC400ST

USB Interface Cable IFC-200U

EOS Digital Solution Disc

Software Instruction Manual

Friday, October 28, 2011

Sony Alpha 35 SLT -A35

Sony added a new one in its alpha series , the new alpha 35 (SLT-A35), which is a fastest camera with some creative options as sony claims.
The Translucent Mirror Technology by sony allows high-speed shooting with continuous auto focus while shooting stills of full HD movies. It is desirable for shooting fast actions like moving sports,child portraits or distant subjects with a high speed burst of frames.

The 16.2 MP, newly developed Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor allows you to shoot low-noise still and HD video with a maximum sensitivity of ISO 12800 and suitable for shooting even in the extreme low light conditions.

The Camera is compatible with full range of 32-A mount lenses from Sony that includes six Carl Zeiss lenses

Sony A35 specification highlights

  • Revised 16.2MP CMOS sensor
  • ISO 100-12800
  • ISO 100-25600 in multi-frame NR mode
  • 15-point AF sensor (3 cross-type)
  • SLT design offering full-time live view with phase-detection autofocus
  • 1080i60 HD video in AVCHD format (from 30fps sensor output)
  • Auto+ mode giving easy access to the appropriate multi-shot shooting modes
  • Picture Effects processing options


  • 16.2 effective megapixels - High-resolution Exmor™ APS HD CMOS Sensor for low-noise, ultra-responsive still image and HD video shooting, even in low light
  • BIONZ processor with dual Noise reduction - Powerful image processing engine incorporates new algorithms for very high quality, low noise images with rich tonal gradation
  • Translucent Mirror Technology - Replaces DSLR moving mirror with fixed translucent mirror: enables ultra-fast shooting with speedy, accurate phase detection AF
  • High-speed continuous shooting with Tele-Zoom - Capture fast-moving action at up to 7fps (Priority AE) with continuous AF, and 1.4x digital zoom for close-ups of moving subjects
  • Quick AF Full HD movie shooting - Record detail-packed Full HD videos in AVCHD 1080i or MP4 format: with rapid, accurate AF tracking, even with moving subjects
  • Creative Full HD movie functions - Including dedicated Movie button, aperture control for beautiful depth of field effects and selectable Creative Styles
  • Advanced Quick AF Live View - Real-time full-resolution image display from main sensor on LCD or in viewfinder with fast, accurate phase-detection autofocus
  • Sweep Panorama with 3D Sweep Panorama - Press the shutter and sweep the camera to capture extra-wide panoramic images: also capture 3D panoramas to view on 3D TV
  • High sensitivity up to ISO 12800 - Very high maximum sensitivity with improved noise reduction for natural-looking images, even in low light conditions
  • 15-point phase-detection AF system - Precision AF with 3 cross sensors for rapid, accurate focus tracking - even during movie shooting: also works in Live View mode
  • 7.5 cm (3.0") widescreen (16:9) Xtra Fine LCD - High resolution (921k dot) LCD: with edge-mounted LED backlighting and TruBlack technology for superb detail and contrast
  • High resolution Electronic Viewfinder - Xtra Fine LCD Tru-Finder™ with 1.15 million dot resolution and 100% frame coverage for accurate image preview
  • Versatile information display - Select from a choice of digital levelling gauge, shooting parameters, grid lines and graphic exposure display options
  • AUTO+ Mode - Automatically analyses scene and shooting conditions, adjusting camera parameters for excellent results with any scene
  • Artistic Picture Effects with stills or movies - Produce an exciting range of creative effects - including posterisation, partial colour, retro, high-key, mono and toy camera
  • Enhanced HDR Auto - Automatically merges three successive exposures to create a single image with an effective dynamic range even wider than film
  • Multi-Frame Noise Reduction - Automatically combines a burst of six exposures to create a single ultra-low noise image; sensitivity equivalent to ISO 25600
  • Handheld Twilight Mode - Automatically combines a burst of six exposures to create a single image with supressed blur and reduced noise in low light
  • Creative Styles - 6 selectable image finishing options to suit range of shooting situations - can be customised for even greater creative control
  • Face Detection - Recognises up to 8 faces in a scene, optimising optimum exposure, white balance, flash and other settings for beautiful portraits
  • Smile Shutter - Automatically fires shutter when subject smiles with an adjustable smile detection sensitivity
  • D-Range Optimiser - Analyses image in real time, adjusting brightness and contrast for more natural, evenly exposed backlit scenes
  • Versatile drive modes - Drive modes include Continuous advance, Self-timer, exposure bracketing and White balance
  • SteadyShot INSIDE - Optical image stabilisation offers 2.5-4.0 steps anti-shake performance with A-mount lenses by Sony or Konica Minolta
  • Dual anti-dust system - Reduces build-up of dust on sensor during lens exchange
  • HDMI® output - HDMI® output for viewing on HD TV, plus PhotoTV HD mode for optimised still image viewing on compatible BRAVIA® TV
  • BRAVIA® Sync - Allows direct control of camera playback functions via BRAVIA® TV’s remote
  • Supplied software - Includes Image Data Converter SR, Image Data Lightbox SR and Picture Motion Browser
  • Works with iMovie - Certified by Apple for compatibility with iMovie for Mac: import your videos directly into iMovie for editing

Monday, October 24, 2011

Shoot Now, Focus Later: The Light Field Revolution

Lytro Inc announced that they are developing a “light filed “ camera and soon will be launched for their customers .The Light filed camera can capture all of the light rays in a scene and thus facilitates focussing a picture after it is taken. This will also create interactive pictures that can be focussed and refocused by both photographer and the viewer.

The Light field is the determinant factor that how a scene appears, from the foreground to background. The Light field camera can capture the entire light field, the light travelling in all direction through a scene in four dimension.The shot taken using this camera can manipulate later,this facility allows the photographer to shoot without the fear of being out of focus and you never be worried about the sharpness of the image.

According to the CEO and founder Dr.Ren Ng this is the next big revolution of the camera after the Digital revolution

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The Real Compact: Canon Digital IXUS 310 HS

       Canon releases the successor to its 300 HS latest compact camera and named it after Canon Digital IXUS 310 HS. A very compact enough to fit in the palm of human hand. This is a 12.1 MP camera based on touch screen interface, it has a wider lens equivalent to 24-105 mm as compared to its predecessor.The IXUS 310 equipped with semi manual control with the availability of Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority and Program Modes and this is a feature not available in the less expensive rival models. The outstanding feature of this model is its video capabilities.The IXUS 310 HS shoots full HD 1080 video, as compared to the 300 HS shoot only 720p video.It can also shoot super slowmotion movies at 240fps.

XUS 310 HS – key features:
  • HS System (12.1 MP)
  • f/2.0, 24mm, 4.4x zoom. Optical IS
  • Stainless steel body
  • 8.0 cm (3.2") PureColor II Touch LCD
  • Full HD with optical zoom. Dynamic IS
  • Smart Auto (32 scenes)
  • High-speed Burst & Super Slow Motion Movie
  • Movie Digest
  • iFrame movie
  • Creative modes & manual control

    Style and sensitivity

    HS System (12.1 MP)
    HS System excels in low light allowing you to capture the real atmosphere of the moment without flash or tripod. A high performance DIGIC4 processor and high sensitivity sensor give superior image quality in all situations.

    f/2.0, 24mm, 4.4x zoom. Optical IS
    A bright f/2.0 lens captures low-light images and fast-moving subjects at higher shutter speeds brilliantly. A 24mm ultra-wide coverage lets you put more in the frame, while Canon’s advanced optical IS reduces blur caused by camera shake.

    Stainless steel body
    A slim metal body gives the camera a quality feel and makes it a pleasure to use whilst retaining the stylish look that embodies IXUS.

    8.0 cm (3.2") PureColor II Touch LCD
    The PureColor II Touch LCD has outstanding contrast, resolution and colour rendition. An advanced touch screen interface lets you customize the screen to match your shooting style and makes using the camera quick and fun.

    Full HD with optical zoom. Dynamic IS
    High quality movies can now be recorded in Full HD (1080p) format. Two additions to greater video quality are crystal clear stereo sound and Dynamic IS, which stabilises movies against wobble and shake.

    Smart Auto
    Smart Auto is truly automatic, allowing the camera to detect from 32 different scenes. You can take great pictures in confidence, knowing the camera will take care of everything.

    High-speed Burst & Super Slow Motion Movie
    Capture photos of fast-paced action with up to 8.2 shots/second using High-speed Burst mode or slow down movement up to 1/8th of the real speed using Super Slow Motion Movie mode.

    Movie Digest
    Movie Digest captures up to 4-seconds of the action before a shot is taken, joining all the clips together from the same day into a single VGA movie to add to your collection of photos.

    iFrame movie
    The iFrame video format is a simple way to quickly import, edit and share your video.

    Creative shooting modes & manual control
    Creative shooting modes give you the opportunity to experiment. Fish-eye Effect re-creates the distortion of a fish-eye lens while Miniature Effect transforms landscapes into miniature scale models. For the look and feel of a picture taken with an older style camera try Toy Camera Effect.



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