Subscribe to the::unwired's RSS Feedthe::unwired at Twitterthe::unwired on Facebookthe::unwired on Google Plus
the::unwired Article
THOUGHT: Using the Smartphone Camera on a Concert
Posted by Arne Hess - on Saturday, 07.06.03 - 14:03:13 CET under 09 - Thoughts - Viewed 6709x
Not Tagged

Woohoo... The Rolling Stones are still the grandmasters of Rock 'n Roll! 8O You can't believe what an amazing show they performed yesterday if you haven't seen it live in concert! :-D 130 minutes finest Rock 'n Roll from the past 40 years.
However, as promised, I've had my PPCW.Net i-Mate with me and snapped some photos and videos. While the picture quality is what I've expected the videos (which also includes audio) amazed me, when I've watched them on my PC today.
Also a big fun was sending live pictures via MMS or E-Mail to friends at home and what I really love on MMS is that you can get replies just in time as well like that one from a pal... :-D

But here we go with the pictures (click the thumbnails to get the original 640 x 480 pixel resolution):





However, as I said, the videos are even more impressive (all videos are unedited like they was saved as AVI files by the Smartphone):

Cranberries 1 - Cranberries 2

Rolling Stones 1 - Rolling Stones 2 - Rolling Stones 3

So what do you think, is this useful for you ore not? Sure it's not a 2.1 Megapixel resolution nor a Hi8 video file, but for capturing the moments and share it with mates, I like it. Now I wonder what I want to see as next: a flash or a zoom?

Cheers ~ Arne


 

Related Articles THOUGHT Using the Smartphone Camera on a Concert

  • No related articles found.
Comments
Social Sharing
     
This Week's Top Stories
Feeds & More
Awards & More
Recent Discussions

No items available

© Copyright 1998 - 2013 by the::unwired® & Arne Hess
All rights reserved!
the::unwired is a registered trademark of Arne Hess.
All trademarks are owned by their respective companies.
All site video, graphic and text content is copyrighted to the respective party and may not be reproduced without express written consent.