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Oxydous 2 years ago
Pretty sure you can also pick the ''wrong'' moment and have a blast!
HazarTur 2 years ago
mmmendal 2 years ago
At first I thought he spoke of the RIM (blackberry makers).
drunkmonk 2 years ago
As if it wouldn't be the coolest phone yet, anyway. With all it's safety features and extensive options, though if wished full intigration with all the social networking sites and updates.
Geekster (admin) 2 years ago
It's like a camera with buffer
MajorIdea 2 years ago
Didn't expect time-travel to come from blackberry!
Thanos 2 years ago
#5 That's exactly what it is, if it actually "is"... =P
Which also means that you either have to initialize the buffer before you take your caption (meaning there will be need for pressing "capture" button 2 times), or it simply stores circa 5 sec long loop (longer or shorter) which is then stopped by pressing the capture button, and deleted once the desired caption is saved...
It can be something else of course, but I highly doubt it's going to be that different from what I listed above... There are some inherent disadvantages to this technique: like misplacement on the screen - people can move to side or so... and turning some part of the photo back in time could result in bodies without heads and vice versa... ^^
Also initiated buffer would, once again, require right timing (though it would provide much bigger frame to work with)... and loop-styled buffer would consume battery in a flash not to mention there would have to be some additional memory "physical buffer" (after all, it is deaf video of, let's say, 5MP caption per fraction of second...unless you make it by second, which would probably defeat the purpose of this whole idea)
Now that my thoughts are out of my head I'll take my leave... Enjoy! ^_^
Koletzkii 2 years ago
Exactly my thought #1
AL7AIR 2 years ago
#7 The technology already exists on many consumer and pro camcorders and is called "Pre Recording". Most manufacturers add a 3 second buffer to their camcorders which, when the feature is enabled, constantly record into said buffer and add what's in it to the video file once the record button is actually pressed. The photo application shown here uses the same technology in combination with face detection and photo stitching/merging, as you can select each person individually and pick a moment in time.
Regarding battery drain: I doubt it's an issue at all, when you take a picture where everyone is smiling, or at least supposed to be, you take it in quite a short time as everybody says cheese at once. And with the "time machine" feature you take one photo and adjust every person in it if necessary. With the "old tech" you might have to take multiple pictures to get the perfect one. So you might even end up saving a few milliamperes.
loadrunner 2 years ago
I get the "Did someone blink?" message when I take a picture of some Chinese friends
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jojowhizz 2 years ago
i have a confession . i snorted coke off a blackberry . i brought shame on myself and my family . im working hard to fix it and ask for your patience . in my defence i couldnt afford an iphone
irishgek 2 years ago
Great for still shots ....were people are posing and were you could just take another picture but if anything moves in the background .....your screwed
manxman 2 years ago
oh nice, now we can have photos of things that never happened (without photoshop)
2 years ago
848 x 480 px
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