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All in all, Slow Motion Video FX is a nice app to have fun with. Don’t take it too serious. For more professional editing you’d better use Videoshop.
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If you own an Android device, there are a ton of apps you can use to accomplish your camera needs. Getting and installing the software on your smartphone is easy, however, using your camera is a different story.
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So, which one is better? The FLIR One seems more polished, but it is also bulkier and more expensive. If you just need an IR camera, the Seek Thermal is cheaper and will get the job done (at a higher resolution). If you have an Android phone, you should probably go with the Seek Thermal (since there isn't a FLIR One for Android). Oh, if you have the iPhone 6 or 6+, the Seek Thermal is your only choice right now since the FLIR One is a case-based camera and only fits the iPhone 5 and 5s. I guess the Seek Thermal would also work on the iPad, but I didn't test this since my iPad is the older kind with the non-lightning connector.
6k just 7 have face id features is overated. I have wireless charging and its only useful at bedtime. Oled that has only 655 range in knits. Faster chip but useless cause your not multitasking or gaming heavily. Idc for ai. 855 would be doable. Il wait till its perfected. The 8 already has splitgate. Cumon apple
Never bother with a scanner again. Thanks to high-quality cameras on today's top smartphones and nifty behind-the-scenes tech, scanning a document or photo with great results is as easy as opening an app and snapping a picture.
It then quickly edits the scan to improve the contrast and brightness to make it as clear and readable as possible. If you'd rather not have it automatically scan anything in the camera's field of view, there's a manual capture mode too.
To keep things simple, we recommend you install an app like Alfred, WardenCam, or IP Webcam. All of these are simple, easy-to-use Android apps that work for the majority of devices out there, and they’re perfect for what we’re trying to do here. All three are free for download from Google Play, but you may have to contend with some advertising. If you don’t want any ads, you can get IP Webcam Pro for $9. Moreover, both Alfred and WardenCam have in-app purchases that allow you to upgrade to ad-free versions.
FUJIFILM Camera Remote can now be used with all FUJIFILM cameras equipped with wireless LAN (note, however, that the features supported vary with the camera). From now on, please use FUJIFILM Camera Remote when connecting to a FUJIFILM digital camera via wireless LANs.
On the Android side, Alfred is probably the easiest to use since it already has its own browser version that supports both Google Chrome and FireFox — you just need to log in with the same account info used in the app. Unfortunately, WardenCam doesn’t currently offer a PC or Mac component.
I think that at some point in the future, smart phones will have a built in infrared camera. But for now, you are going to have to use an IR camera add on. This is the Seek Thermal infrared camera. What do I think about it? Let's find out..