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10/21/2016 09:33:50 PM · #1
This is cool, I wonder how well that would do for images.

I just purchased an adapter to take with me with my trip which attaches to the cell phone, which is a Carson Universal Smart Phone Optics Digiscoping Adapter For Binoculars and scopes, I just purchased it for giggles and fun since I was already planning on taking my binoculars and camera stuff.. What I love about it even more, it even works with my neighbors huge expensive telescope too.

For this Kodak wonder how well this adapter would work with that phone. I like that case too :-) this would be fun to play with, too bad they don't need any testers.

Message edited by author 2016-10-21 21:56:39.
10/21/2016 05:04:18 PM · #2
Originally posted by kirbic:

Interesting design... one issue I noted that for me is a detractor (but no different than other 'phone-based cameras) is that there is no aperture control. It's f2, and f2 *all* the time.

Yeah, but it looks like it has a shutter button (!) rather than an icon on a touch-screen ...
10/21/2016 03:51:26 PM · #3
Oh wow!

Very interesting.
10/21/2016 03:50:41 PM · #4
Originally posted by kirbic:

Interesting design... one issue I noted that for me is a detractor (but no different than other 'phone-based cameras) is that there is no aperture control. It's f2, and f2 *all* the time.


The compromises either a phone or a camera have to make to accommodate the other use will always prevent the combination from being a replacement for either.
10/21/2016 02:18:12 PM · #5
Interesting design... one issue I noted that for me is a detractor (but no different than other 'phone-based cameras) is that there is no aperture control. It's f2, and f2 *all* the time.
10/21/2016 01:32:10 PM · #6
Looks neat. I suppose that at some point phone/cams and cam/phones will meet each other.
I myself still believe that things should remain what they are: a phone is a phone, a camera is camera

Message edited by author 2016-10-21 13:32:33.
10/21/2016 11:35:25 AM · #7
//www.designboom.com/technology/kodak-ektra-smartphone-camera-for-photographers-10-21-2016/

Message edited by author 2016-10-21 15:49:35.
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