This post was just posted at the exact time the iPhone was unveiled. Contrary to popular belief the iPhone was not the first touchscreen phone. There was a touchscreen phone about 20 years beforehand- it was called the IBM Simon.
Yesterday I got a few early Christmas Presents including a Fisheye Lens for Smartphones and Tablets
It made me think “why hasn’t anyone else done this”. After taking off the lens, the built-in lens looks like it’s a telephoto in comparison! However because the Fisheye lens isn’t physicaly connected to the main camera you have to manually adjust the lens from itself which can be a pain; if you do not do this your shots will look blurry. Annoyingly, flash does not work.
Does the lens work on the Front-Facing Camera?
Yes it does. Here’s an example:
Yes it does.
Now here is a comparison:
All images taken with an iPad mini 2
Today I made a Fortune Teller at school. Here it is:
Here is the link:
Today I completed a HTML page. It has some photos in it. Ages ago I abandoned it and today I finished it.
Here’s the link:
If you’re on a mobile device I recommend you to request the desktop sight.
A few Posts ago I told everyone that I was going to use a new microphone. I also did a comparison.
Here’s an improved version where I’m saying the same words:
Obviously my voice sounds more crisp and less echoey than the Internal Microphone (in an iPad mini 2). But the Internal Microphone is still fine. One of the Disadvantages of the External Microphone is that you get more background noise. You might have noticed that in that Science experiment.
Here’s a Comparison: