Category Archives: camera tips

35mm equivalent focal lengths for Samsung, Apple , Huawei, LG

  Wide Normal Tele Source Huawei P30 Pro 16mm F2.2 27mm F1.6 135mm F3.4 gadgetguy Samsung S10+ 12mm 26mm 52mm dpreview/ifixit LG V40 ThinQ 16mm 27mm 52mm dpreview Pixel 3 (XL) N/A 27mm F1.8 N/A devicespecifications Nokia 9 PureView N/A F1.8 28mm N/A Apple iPhone XS Max N/A 26mm 52mm qz iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X N/A 28mm 52mm blog.halide.com iPhone 5 N/A 33mm N/A ย (source) iPhone 4S N/A 35mm N/A (source) Nokia Lumia 920 F2.0 26mm equivalent view

Nokia 9 PureView camera sample photos vs. Gcam vs. Pixel 3

I have been loving the Nokia 9 PureView for photography. Specifically, it has been fun comparing it against my previous favorite (the Pixel 3 / Pixel 3 XL). What is even more fun is that Google’s Gcam works on the PureView! Some readers asked for sample photos and comparisons, so I will be posting them here: ๐Ÿ™‚ (full size image) (full size image) (full size image) (full size image) RAW DNG processing in Adobe Camera Raw (for Windows) NOTE: Using

Gcam for Nokia 9 PureView [WORKING!] (Night Sight, Portrait mode, HDR+)

The Nokia 9 PureView has a rather complex camera arrangement that produces excellent results. However, Google Pixel Camera app (or Gcam as it is sometimes referred to) still has its advantages. Mainly, superb low light performance and a punchier looking image without additional processing. Thankfully, there are a number of helpful modders out there who produce Gcam APKs that work with many modern phones. The Nokia 9 PureView is no exception! I tried a ton of APKs: So far, the

Micro Four Thirds Lens Filter Size List (Olympus, Panasonic, etc.)

Originally posted in 2016. LAST UPDATE: January 2019 Recently I was going through my filters to see which ones to keep and which ones to sell. Many of my filters were of the 58mm or 62mm variety but I even found some oddities like 43mm ๐Ÿ˜‰ After some effort trying to round up lenses to see what the filter size was each, I determined to put together a complete list* of Micro Four Thirds lenses and their corresponding filter size,

What USB cable does the Olympus E-M1 Mark II use? [SOLVED]

Q. What kind of USB cable does the Olympus EM1 Mk II use? A. Great question! The E-M1 Mark II uses a standard USB-C cable for data transfer. All you need is a standard USB-A to USB-C cable lying around, and it will work perfectly! ๐Ÿ™‚ You can find more posts about this here: Olympus CB-USB11 USB Cable for E-M1 Mark II Camera V331060BW000https://www.adorama.com/iomcbusb11.htmlCB-USB11 USB Cable for E-M1 Mark II Camera

Pearl RearVision Auto Reset (rear view camera)

NOTE: as of late 2018, it appears these steps may no longer work ๐Ÿ™ They are still listed here for reference purposes, in the even that Pearl decides to fix the issue! Having trouble connecting to your RearVision? To recover your password or fix connectivity issues just perform this quick reset. Please note that it is a very time sensitive process. You need to make sure you are on the latest version of the Pearl RearVision App (and cannot be