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« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2012, 17:25 »


« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2012, 17:50 »
Didn't know aberration was a built in feature- nothing that CS6 cannot fix lol...


« Reply #3 on: October 09, 2012, 00:38 »
My HP 945 did this too and sometimes it would get lines across the image. They claimed to fix it with a BIOS update, but it had magic spirits inside that would alter images at random.  ;D

The adapter for a EF or Nikon lens was funny enough, lets not have Sun shades for the iPhones next.

It's a nice toy camera, people need to understand that and enjoy them for what they do. It's not a serious image recording device. Now Android HTC with a built in flash, that's getting serious?  :o

Tonight on the Interstate. iPhone 3GS

ps want another "feature" take a photo portrait, email it as an attachment, it comes out sideways. The i devices seemed to lose the ability to auto-rotate with OS4 and it's still not working. Their answer is... someone created a rotate image software, so you can go in, one by one or in a batch and rotate and save.

Wow, that's Apple, nice to know that you really live in your own little controlled world. Like i devices that you can't copy things onto, photos for example and then many times they get re-sized down for the iPhone. Because Apple is your friend and rules their devices with an iron fist.


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