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  1. #491
    Quote Originally Posted by Strela167 View Post
    There are adverts on the telly at the mo about a leica lens on a mobile

    https://consumer.huawei.com/uk/phone...SABEgLnkvD_BwE

    seems to be the bees knees
    noticed 3400 battery , no wonder the 1250 in SX730 short , on a camera against a phone

  2. #492
    Quote Originally Posted by Strela167 View Post
    noticed 3400 battery , no wonder the 1250 in SX730 short , on a camera against a phone
    Problem with all phones now is battery life. The screens are so damn juice hungry. Plus a lot of phones have non removable batteries

    Next is a DSLR for me. I've seen they make WiFi enabled SD cards so the photo can go straight to mobile then up to Imgur or forums. Very handy.

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    Haven't set my sx up yet , but afaik it has it's own wifi around which can link to a local, such as phone , or laptop/etc. , mind blowing really.
    DSLR , for me anyway , are just too big . Size , cost , bulk. Took some time to get this one. The Sony bridge was a dead cert. until found out how big btw , still wouldn't mind getting one though. Although having seen some pics. from a P900 of the moon ... wow . Not sure, but as these things are always talked about have having a small sensor , don't see any reason for spending wods. The P900 owner prints to AO on canvas , can't believe the detail.

  4. #494
    Quote Originally Posted by Strela167 View Post
    There are adverts on the telly at the mo about a leica lens on a mobile

    https://consumer.huawei.com/uk/phone...SABEgLnkvD_BwE

    seems to be the bees knees
    ....
    Neither Leica or Huawei manufacture the lenses. Instead, a third-party manufacturer in Asia mass-produces the lenses to the specifications agreed upon by Leica and Huawei.

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