Perfectly Clear’s Version 3 of its iOS app is out and includes a software fix for the purple lens flare problem on the iPhone 5.
On its own, the Perfectly Clear app is a great little editing app for the iPhone that gives you solid results from a single click. It’s quite similar to the Awesomize feature in SmugMug’s Camera Awesome app – and for good reason . . . Camera Awesome’s Awesomize is powered by Perfectly Clear’s technology.
One of the things that sets Perfectly Clear’s app apart, however, is the one-click De-Purple setting that allows you to remove the oh-so-common purple lens flare from the iPhone 5 images. In practice, it works quite well. It’s just not spot-on every time as you can see in the images below. [click to continue…]
mCAMLITE for iPhone 5 is a new case accessory for the iPhone 5 that adds more of a camera grip to the sometimes awkward to hold phone, along with a macro/wide combo lens and an external microphone.
Additionally, there are four 1/4″-20 holes on the body for multiple tripod mounting options. A cold shoe on top allows you to mount other standard accessories like a light or more advanced shotgun mic.
The mCAMLITE for iPhone 5 retails for $129.95 and is available here at B&H Photo.
The unveiling of the iPhone 5 this week was one of the biggest (if not the biggest) consumer electronic events of the year.
The things Apple has done with the iPhone series in recent years are nothing short of amazing. The iPhone has singlehandedly annihilated the consumer compact camera market. And, the iPhone 5 steps up the game even further. [click to continue…]
Industry analysts love to analyze all that Apple does since it seems to get so many things right from a consumer perspective. One thing that Apple definitely got right in the iPhone 4S was the camera, which is arguably the best integration of a camera in a phone to date.
As more and more info is rumored and analyzed throughout the iPhone 5′s supply chain, it will be most interesting to see how the iPhone 5′s camera stacks up against the iPhone 4S. A recent quote from an analyst pegs the iPhone 5 to include an 8MP Sony image sensor (same as the iPhone 4S) and bumping the lens speed to an f/2.2 aperture (versus f/2.4 in the iPhone 4S). [click to continue…]
A recent patent application reveals that Apple is working on a multi-point touch focus method for the iPhone. (Perhaps the upcoming iPhone 5?) [click to continue…]