In this post you'll see more or less the exact same antique store I captured some time ago with six different smartphone cameras - see the post here. This time you'll see the brand new Huawei P8 compared its predecessor, the Huawei Ascend P7 - for some reason Huawei simply dropped the "Ascend" brand.
In this video you will see a demonstration of the Super Night mode of the new Huawei P8. I recently received a sample after the announcement in London and I think it's the same technology we may look forward to in the Honor 6 Plus from which I've seen pretty impressive examples as well already (Honor is a sub-brand from Huawei).
This post is not about smartphone photography for once. This is about a service that will enable you to make cheap international phonecalls from your mobile using 3G/4G or your WiFi connection: Ringcredible. We recently started a collaboration with which we hope to be able to support each other. I tried it myself, it works like a charm and I think it's really useful to cut down costs.
In this post, you won't just see the results from the all new Samsung Galaxy S6. I'll compare it with the new HTC One M9 and Honor 4X as well, and with some of the devices I've been writing about for a much longer time already: Lumia 1020, Lumia 1520 - and even the Galaxy S5. Not the Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 this time, and for a good reason.
This post is the first part of a series with somewhat of a "monster comparison", including the results I captured with seven devices in several scenes - bright and dark. With dozens of shots, I hardly know where to start and there is something else that has been holding me back as well.
It's less than I planned to share in my first post about the brand new Samsung Galaxy S6, but it's revealing nevertheless: just two scenes and several crops, captured with the Nokia 808 PureView, Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 and: Samsung Galaxy S6.
I can already tell you the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S6 is something else. In my first post about the Samsung Galaxy S6 camera I'll share 20 screenshots of its user interface. It's quite different from what I've seen on the Galaxy S5 and the Note 4 and it looks like an improvement - but you can judge for yourself in this post.
Recently some of us were able to witness a partial Solar Eclipse of the sun. Where I live the sky was mostly covered with thick clouds, but Richard Shepherd was more lucky. He tried to capture the event with his Nokia Lumia 1020 and he asked me I'd be interested to share his experiences here at the club. Well, of course! :-) So everything you will read below - and every shot you'll see - is by Richard Shepherd. Enjoy!