SMOOTH CAMERA!! | Tutorial – BeamNG.Drive – Useful for Crash Compilations! [2016 / Working 0.5.6]

SMOOTH CAMERA!! | Tutorial – BeamNG.Drive – Useful for Crash Compilations! [2016 / Working 0.5.6]


[Intro Music] Hello everybody, this is Jayo here. Today I’m going to show you how to get a smooth free roam camera in BeamNG.Drive! So it’s very simple, all you have to do is press “F11” to go into the world editor, and then go into “Camera”, and then into “World Camera” and then select “Smoothed Rotate”. If you want you can also change the camera speed up here but I’m going to leave it at the default which is 25. So, once you’ve done that you can just hit “F11” again to exit the world editor, and then as you can see now we have a nice smooth camera. So, that is it, it’s very simple to do as I said and this is quite handy if you want to record a crash compilation video or something like that and you want a smooth camera. So if this did help you out then make sure to give it a thumbs up and subscribe for more! If you need any more help leave a comment down below and I’ll do my best to help you. Thank you so much for watching and I’ll see you in another video! Goodbye! [Outro Music]

Nokia 808 PureView camera technology

Nokia 808 PureView camera technology


>>DAMIAN: Hi! I am Damian Dinning and I am
the lead programming manager for imaging experience for Nokia smart devices. There are three key
things that we have to make breakthroughs in to make this happen. The first one is the
sensor, 41 megapixel sensor, and genuinely there are 41 megapixels on that sensor. We
have had people questioning whether or not we are up-scaling or anything like that that
maybe it’s a 20 megapixel sensor which we are up-scaling, but it’s genuinely a 41
megapixel sensor. As you can probably guess, you can’t just go and get one of those things
off of the shelf. They just don’t exist so we had to co-develop that sensor. So, that
was the first thing we had to do. Second thing was with a sensor that was able to resolve
that amount of detail we had to introduce new optics. We worked closely with Carl Zeiss,
collaborated with them to produce optics that have roughly speaking a precision at ten times
higher than the rest of our lenses. So, that was the second thing. The third area was in
terms of the imaging pipeline. So, for example in video where we are recording 1080 video,
we are handling over 1 billion pixels per second which is about 16 times the number
that you will be able to handle in a regular smartphone that handles 1080 video, and you
also have that full field of view by the way which I don’t think you get in any other
devices that I am aware of at least that record 1080 video, so those are the breakthroughs
that we had to make. Now, of course everyone is talking about the 41 megapixels, but really
for us the story is not about the number of megapixels, but how we are actually using
those pixels. That’s the really big deal. So, the two key things that we are doing here
first is oversampling, and this allows you to capture and create 5 megapixel images which
are about one megabyte which have significantly more detail than any other camera smartphone
you have ever used or exists in the marketplace today by a long way not by a small way, but
a huge margin. So, that is the first thing. Incidentally, I should add to that, that pixel
oversampling also allows in low light a significant reduction in noise, so your images captured
in low light are significantly better than you have ever been able to produce before.
The second area that this very high resolution sensor allows which is the primary reason
why we developed it in the first place is the zoom capability. So in stills you have
roughly three times lossless zoom and video to full 1080 you have four times lossless
zoom, and if you record in 720 video that would give you the capability to have six
times zoom. In fact, you could even go further and use the 360p setting and that would give
you 12 times zoom completely lossless.>>MARK: So you can forget the digital zoom
thing that most cameras have?>>DAMIAN: We had great delight in completely
disabling digital zoom. There is no digital zoom in this device whatsoever. There is no
up-scaling at any point and whatever you are using, video or still, is purely based on
the resolution that the sensor has available to it. So, we preserve the maximum capability
of the optics and the high resolution sensor. This combination provides us with a number
of unique benefits over optical zoom. So, for example, we have a very large maximum
aperture of f-2.4 that is throughout the zoom range. It is not affected by the zoom that
you are using unlike optical zoom, typically when you zoom in for example three times zoom
might end up being 5.6. We are still 2.4 which means we have 5.4 times the amount of light
reaching our sensor throughout the zoom than you would get with conventional optical zooms.
It is completely silent as well that means when you shoot a video, you are not going
to hear any noise from the zoom mode or anything like that because there isn’t one. I can see a lot of people who currently have
N8s wanting to make the upgrade to this device; a lot of logic in that. I think there is also
going to be a lot of people, who, the kind of people who are interested in photography
either at the enthusiasts level or even at a level where they just want to take great
pictures really easily who will be really interested in this product. We saw a similar
thing with the N8 incidentally. So the PureView is the technology which we
are introducing which is a combination of high performance optics, high performance
sensor, and Nokia industry-leading image processing algorithms. There is a number of different
ways that we can utilize those elements together and what you will see over time is us using
different combinations of those in our future lineup.

Your first travel camera and lens [Fuji x-t20 & 18-55mm f2.8-4 review]

Your first travel camera and lens [Fuji x-t20 & 18-55mm f2.8-4 review]


– Hey guys, in today’s episode I’m gonna take you
through two national parks and over 300 miles of motorcycling to bring you some photography captured specifically with some of my favorite gear for travel and adventure photography, the X-T20 and the 18-55
variable aperture zoom lens. But before we get into things I just wanted to remind everyone that next week we’ll be giving this guy, the X-T20, away, so it’s not too late to enter the drawing for that. So we’ll announce the winner to that early next week, as soon as we have our grubby paws on the new Fuji X-T3 to replace it. So anyway, look forward to that, and I hope you enjoy today’s episode. (“To the End” by Falls) Alright so you’ve got a trip planned, you’re super-excited about it, it’s something you’ve been planning for months and months. It’s gonna be special and maybe you’ve got an iPhone or a point-and-shoot of some kind but this time you think, because you want this
trip to be so special and have a special place
in those memory banks, you think maybe it’s time to invest in a camera that can really deliver something with a little bit more oomph, so you think maybe it’s
time to up your game. What camera do you choose? Well guys, the options really are endless and you’re going to get a lot of advice and opinions. But you’re here for my opinion and I definitely have opinions. I’ve done a lot of adventuring with a lot of different gear and my personal choice, right now anyway, which is end of summer, 2018, is this guy right here, the Fuji X-T20 with just one lens, the 18-55 F2.8 to F4 variable aperture image stabilized zoom lens. Now of course, Fuji is not the only manufacturer who makes a superb offering
in a small package. But for travel there are some specific reasons why I personally choose Fuji, and like all things these are all going to be controversial. Others will disagree with me and choose to leave nasty comments because, for many people, photography has become religion. To you people I say, “Watch less YouTube and take more photos.” For everybody else, let me explain why I love
Fuji for travel photography. But to do so I’m going to take you on a little photo adventure with me. I’ll give you a sampling of what this little guy can do and why I like it so much. So strap on a helmet and
let’s go take some photos. (“To the End” by Falls) So first let’s talk about why Fuji. There are several reasons why I like Fuji as a travel or adventure platform and the first and most obvious reason is the size and weight. To illustrate this I’m gonna draw in the sand here. On one hand you’ve got IQ, that’s image quality, right. And then you’ve got your continuum. And on this side we have size, I’m just gonna put S, size and weight. I guess I could put C. C for convenience. The X-T20 is right here. That’s why I love it. Over here we’ve got the GFX, or something like that, where the sensor is the size my hand. Over here we have a GoPro, a tiny tiny sensor that’s super-convenient. The X-T20’s right here where it’s pretty good image quality and really convenient. The second reason I love the X-T20 and the Fuji platform in general is the wonderful shooting experience. These are cameras that are as fun to look at as they are to shoot with. The buttons and dials provide a tactile experience that are nostalgic of a time when photography felt more pure and less processed. These cameras appeal to people who see their camera not just as a tool but also as a companion. The other the thing I really like about the X-T20 is it’s interval timer. I’m here at Canyon Overlook looking out over Zion and it’s the middle of the day. It’s not the the greatest
lighting in the world. On the other hand there is a lot of cloud movement. So that can be interesting. It can lend itself well to a time lapse where I’m not actually that interested in a photo, per se. So the X-T20 does a great job there as far as giving you a time lapse to remember your moment. The next reason love Fuji is maybe a reason that’s
a little less obvious and that is Fuji’s sublime color science. (blues music) As a brand with a strong legacy of superb film engineering, Fuji has put together not only a strong base color science but also some spectacular film-like color profiles for JPEG shooting that after years of shooting I personally feel can’t be rivaled. And I know this brings up a whole can of worms, this whole discussion on JPEG verses RAW which is the stupidest argument ever. Those us who don’t mind shooting in JPEG know when and why we do it. For me personally I love shooting in JPEG on Fuji when I’m traveling because those photos come out spectacular straight out of the camera with that filmic, documentary look I know I wanted before I hit that shutter button. Look, there’s nothing
wrong with shooting RAW and spending a lot of time poring over every hue and saturation value if that’s what you love doing, but for many people that’s not why we love photography. – You’re welcome. – Yeah, thank you so much.
– I’m Bill Spencer. – Alright Bill.
– Your name is? – Andrew. – Branch?
– Uh huh. – Okay.
– Yeah. – Glad to have met you and you’re always welcome. – Thank you, thank you. Bill was nice enough to let me meander about his car cemetery. I don’t know, he calls it his junk yard. I could spend all day here. Seriously, this is like my photographic heaven. Guys it’s the act of photographing and documenting a place-time that is most significant. It’s far more important than what RAW photo editor you use, and as far as color is concerned I don’t mind trusting that job to the hands of color scientists who’ve spent decades perfecting a pleasing set of defaults to work from. Fuji really has nailed it, and so many others, in
comparison, haven’t. With many other brands it feels like their attention to JPEG color profiles are an afterthought at best or gimmicky at worst. So I realize, at the end of the day, that color is going to be something that is personal. It comes down to personal preference. But again, you came to me, and I’m just gonna give
you my personal opinion. The third reason that I love shooting Fuji, third, fourth? I don’t remember what, I don’t know number we’re on. But, it’s the lenses. If you need a system that’s going to give you But the reason, but the reason I like Fuji lenses as opposed to all the others is that they’re small and Fuji’s invested heavily in trying to build sublime top quality glass in a small package, that APSC package. And they nailed it. The sharpness, the build quality, the color, the contrast, the ease of use. Fuji’s high-end APSC lenses are probably the most important reason why I don’t ever want to switch away no matter how many advances in camera body technology
Sony makes, for instance. It’s those small, spectacular Fuji lenses that keep me from selling it all and jumping ship like so many other people. This is beautiful, by the way, right here. But anyway, this lens is is no different. Maybe it’s not considered by some to be a pro lens, but I use it for pro level stuff as well as travel and I have no issues with it at all. (chill electronic music) Guys, this is Fuji’s kit zoom lens, and in the world of photography the kit lens typically has serious negative connotations. It implies low quality,
beginner photography. That stop-gap choice you pick up until you can afford the really good lenses, quote unquote. If you look back at the video where I first tried this lens, I wasn’t even sure at that point if I wanted to keep it or not. But a year has passed and I have to say this lens has been on my camera body as much as any of my pro lenses have. Some of my favorite photos came with this lens. There’s several really
good reasons for that but I’ll have to tell
you about those tomorrow because it’s after sunset and I don’t know where
I’m staying tonight. I need to find someplace to stay. So, talk to you tomorrow. 5:45 AM. The way I feel inside right now, this is why I could never be a full-time landscape photographer. But this morning I’m
doin’ it for you guys. So let’s go to Bryce Canyon. (motorcycle starting) As a lazy landscape photographer, the thing I really love about Bryce Canyon is that you can just drive up and get out and walk a few hundred feet and you’re there at
these spectacular vistas. None of this fussing about with hiking and, naw, none of that. Now last night I was talking about this lens. And I have a few things to say about it but first I wanna say that if you’re new to photography, for more general use I would strongly recommend actually sticking to a prime lens or two. Prime lenses are important for beginners. They teach you more about composition than you can ever hope to learn by zooming around with a zoom lens. But having said that, for travel, it’s really hard to have
the flexibility you need with a fixed focal length. There are people who are really attracted to the Fuji X100 series, for instance, that have these fixed
23 millimeter lenses. And in all fairness, those are very attractive and very small devices, but when I traveled with those guys I felt like I was missing a lot of shots, that reach that I needed, that a zoom lens can provide to really get what I was after. So, I mean, if you’re
doing a lot of travel I’d say don’t give in to the draw and the romance of the X100 series before you’ve tried this system. When your traveling you just never know what sort of scene you’re gonna want to capture, and this lens provides you with enough flexibility to capture it. (chill electronic music) Of course there are wider Fuji lenses and some will say these are better for
landscape photography, but for those times I find it works great to just a stitch several shots together into a panoramic. As long as you have a
tripod or steady hands there really is no need
for a super-wide lens. What I did not realize is we’re about, I don’t know if you can see that, you probably can’t. We are about half way from where I stayed the night and where I would like to go, and I did not realize this, but apparently, the pavement ends. (blues music) It looks like I’ve happened upon some sort of motorcycle
event or something. Might as well get some shots while I’m here, I guess. So I mean, it’s not a sports action camera and lens by any stretch of imagination, but, I mean, on the other hand, it did okay, you know. Continuous autofocus
on the XT20’s not bad. I just love the
versatility of this camera. It can do just about
anything you need it to, in a pinch. A lot of people will say, well it doesn’t have a
wide enough aperture, you can’t really get that strong bokeh. That’s definitely true. It’s not going to compete with the 1.4, or even 1.2, of other Fuji prime lenses as far as getting that blurred, out-of-focus background for that really nice subject separation. But on the other hand, in travel photography you rarely need that level of separation. In fact, often, you want everything to be a focus. But if you really want bokeh the trick is to zoom out fully to that 55 millimeter max focal length and they get as close as possible, keeping your subject in frame. This will maximize the bokeh ability of the lens and sensor. (“To the End” by Falls) The other thing I like about this lens is that it has image stabilization. That means that you can get sharper images at lower shutter speeds. It also makes this lens perfect for video. And when I travel it’s nice to be able
to capture video also. The other thing about
video and this platform, is it has this little auto mode that’s meant probably for beginners, which is nice if you
happen to be a beginner. You don’t want to fuss about with all the various dials and what not that are associated
with shooting manually. Since I’m a vlogger I like to be able to, if I’m shooting normally, I’ve got everything set up for video or for photo stills for cinematic settings, ideal for the the correct
frame rate and shutter speed. But if I want to pull that camera around and start videoing myself I don’t want to have to worry about getting the exposure wrong. And you know what, if I’m filming myself it’s not as important that those cinematic type
settings are in place. So I just flip it onto auto mode and turn it around and I can vlog and not have to worry so much about if my exposure is locked in just right because I can’t see this screen. So guys those are all the reasons that I can think of right now why I like this set up. I sort of like it, if you can’t tell, and I highly recommend it to you for your next vacation experience. If you’ve enjoyed coming along with me consider subscribing and definitely check out my other videos on my motorcycle photography adventure. In the meantime, remember: Kindness before cameras. We’ll talk to you again real soon.

I found a SPY camera.

I found a SPY camera.


– This looks kinda suspicious. I don’t see a lens on it, though. What’s this? Oh! Camera, found it! That, that was a good one. Can’t get past me, though. All right. Hey, guys, this is Austin. When you’re traveling
there is a lot to consider. Is your flight on time? How are you getting
around once you arrive? What’s the time zone difference? What you shouldn’t have to worry about is whether or not, soon as you get to your
hotel or perhaps your Airbnb, that you are being secretly recorded. A story started doing
the rounds back in April of a family who found hidden
cameras inside their Airbnb. Now there’s certainly
reasons why you might wanna legitimately have a camera. For example, the security camera outside. What’s never okay is
when these hidden cameras are so stealthy and in places like, say, the bedroom or bathroom, that obviously no one
would be comfortable with. – [Ken] I’m comfortable with it. – Okay, Ken, well not everyone’s you. So we decided to stage
a little experiment. How easy is it really to spy on someone? Then we tried to keep this
as simple as possible. We purchased a series of cameras straight from Amazon with Prime shipping and all of them were
reasonably affordable. I mean, we’re talkin’ between
like 40 to 100 dollars per camera, which is very
much what you could make by renting your place on
Airbnb for a night or two. So Ken and our producer,
Matt, have hidden a series of hidden cameras all
throughout Matt’s apartment, which I have never visited so not only do I not know the layout, I don’t know which cameras they’re using and where they’re placed. And I have exactly 10 minutes
to find as many of them as possible and hopefully, I’ll be able to give some good tips on what you should look
for as you go enter your hotel or your Airbnb or your sketchy friend Matt’s apartment. Actually, I don’t know why you’re sketchy. You’re not sketchy at all. You’re like the opposite of sketchy. – I’m just touched that
you called me a friend. (Austin laughs) (dramatic music) – (yawns) Well this is creepy. Okay, well, I immediately see a camera right underneath the hat. (quiet music) Hello. All right, well that was not
particularly well hidden. Okay, so that’s definitely
the Yi, that doesn’t count. I know they specifically told me that that one was here. Something I would actually normally say is that I’m going to use
my flashlight on my phone and essentially If I see any
kind of weird reflections I’m gonna try to rely on that. Maybe I can notice a lens or something. This would be a lot easier to spot though if it was dark. So, I’m just gonna get it dark in here. So, the problem is, he’s got so many legos it’s easy to hide things. Hi. Okay is this thing suspicious? This looks kinda suspicious. If this is a hidden camera, it’s pretty… Oh, what the what? Hello, what’s this? Oh, camera, found it! That was a good one. Can’t get passed me, though. All right. – So I was actually surprised
that he found that one. I thought he was gonna
find the one next to it before he found that one. – [Ken] Right, our decoy. – [Matt] Actually, you can
even see it’s got the infrared. (laughter) – This looks suspicious, but is it though? Actually , is this a real camera? I think this is a real camera. All right, what else? What else? That clock looks suspicious. All right, I’m just gonna… I’m just gonna pull it down. This is definitely a camera right? There’s a camera in here somewhere? Oh, the back is warm. No, no, no, this is a camera. Although, I’ve gotta say,
it looks really convincing. If this is a camera, I don’t see… Oh, there’s right there,
it’s inside the ten. Got it. I got it. I got it. Nice try, you can’t pull one over on me. Okay, think. I’m laying in bed. What’s gonna notice me
while I’m laying in bed? Oh, hi. Oh what’s up? Oh, an RF Detector. Okay, so, if you’re a hardcore nerd, then you might wanna pick
up something like this, which in theory, I’ve
never used it before, will let me know… (beeping)
Oh, okay, we found RF. So if I put it next to the GoPro (rapid beeping) Okay, there’s RF everywhere. This is not very helpful. So let’s see if this is helpful. I mean obviously,
router, that makes sense. TV, yeah makes sense. I wonder, I know this is a camera. (Beeping)
Oh yeah, yep. (beeping) Yep, okay, so this actually does work. – [Matt] Three minutes. – Three minutes? That’s it? Oh, no. Okay. What else, what else, what else? I feel like I’m still being spied on. – You’re getting colder. (laughter) – You don’t have to taunt me. Is there something like a vent? Is there like a… Oh, oh, that. That. This is not a real smoke detector. This looks too fake. Yeah, that’s not a smoke detector. Suck it. (laughter) – [Ken] So, we’d like to point out that the camera actually died on us – [Matt] Yeah it froze, yeah. – I feel like I’m still missing,
still missing something. I am kind of near the wifi though. (beeps) The Chromecast, no.
(beeps) (groans) All right, I’ll call it gentlemen. – So, I’ll be honest. – Yeah. You didn’t do great. – How many did I miss? – A lot. The one that we called, which ya didn’t, you
never fail to disappoint, that you were gonna find
this one right away, get all cocky about it… – [Austin] That is what
happened, that is what happened. – [Matt] That’s exactly what happened. – [Ken] Yeah that’s actually
not functional at all. – This is…
– [Austin] Oh. – [Ken] That’s a completely fake one. – This guy here is one of my favorites. This was up in the ceiling. – I’m lounging here, I’m looking up, like, why is that beeping at me? – I’m impressed with the
craftsmanship of this. – It looks good. – Even while you were holding it, the only thing that gave
it away was the heat of the back of it. This guy here is a lovely,
terrible Bluetooth speaker that has a camera right there. – Oh man, this is sketchy dude. We went into this video like, oh it’s gonna be this fun thing. Let’s go see if we can
find a couple cameras. You guys went all out, for real. This is like super sketchy. Is that one below the router? (groans)
(laughter) – Say hi. One of the points we were gonna make with the RF detector
is it’s not foolproof. – It’s not very good actually.
– At all. – It works really well,
but in a room like this… That’s a smart bulb, that’s a smart bulb. You got a camera up there
that’s transmitting. You got a router right here. There’s signals everywhere. If we continue on the tour… – There are more? – [Ken] Yes, there are more. – No, not the pen. Dude, that’s pretty good. – And then there’s one that I
knew that you would never find no matter how much you tried. – Oh no. – Your dead giveaway
should have been the pilot. – The pilot’s out? Oh yeah like I would know that
the pilot belongs in there. I went into this feeling pretty confident. I was like, okay, you know what? I’ve got my skills, I’ve got my knowledge, I know what I’m looking for. But this is me, knowing that
I’m in a room full of cameras and that’s the best I could do. I could…what did I
find half of them, maybe? Not even? So that was totally crazy. So, something I’m curious about, you have a mixture of cameras here. Some of these record to SD cards, but some of them actually
stream to an app, right? – [Matt] Yeah, most of these streamed. They didn’t stream very
well, to be honest, but they did all through a single app. So, the clock, the Bluetooth
speaker, the smoke detector, and the alarm clock were
all capable of streaming. – Also this is a real battery bank, right? – Yeah, so all of these
devices actually do something. They actually function,
minus the smoke detector. – [Austin, on speaker] This
is our brand new office setup. – You know what really
tripped me up is the pen. This looks like a real pen. I mean, you can actually
take it off and you’ll see, It’s essentially like
a fountain pen, right? And in fact, you were
trying to show me earlier that actually you can put a… – Yeah, there’s a little ink
cartridge, it will write. – This, when you put it in, say, a little thing full of pens, you’re never, ever,
ever going to notice it. The only reason, even
when you point it out, that I was able to spot it, was the fact that it was warm, right? That’s one of the things
that is a giveaway with all of these things. – A lot of these, yeah. – They’re warm right? A normal clock is not warm, a normal alarm clock or battery bank, they don’t ever get warm. But because they’re constantly recording, they do tend to heat up a little bit. So I guess if we were
going to do this again, I would probably wanna
employ a thermal camera because you would be able
to see a little bit more, like, hey, why is that thing warm? But you’re getting into
really paranoid territory if you’re walking around
with one of these things and a thermal camera, and you’re flashing lights and stuff. – So this here really
didn’t work at all for us. The RF detection really
doesn’t work anymore. It used to work when there
were no smart devices. But what we were hoping that would work is the laser detection. So if you look through here, what you were doing with your flashlight, this red light should
have shined these lenses, but it really didn’t. We tried it ourselves and the only one it
really worked on was… The Yi.
– The actual camera, which is meant to be seen. But it’s the thing where
technology’s come so far, right? I mean the fact that you’ve got
cameras which are this small or that’s this small
that can be easily hidden in these items means that
it’s pretty much open game. And especially given that this stuff is not hard to find, right? I mean, it’s one Amazon search away and, you know, one day Prime shipping. And you have a whole host
of super sketchy things. It’s easy to be paranoid. It’s easy to look at
this stuff and be like, oh, everyone’s gonna be
recording you all the time. But I mean, if you’re
even slightly suspicious, there’s a lot of things that you can do. I would say walk around, really thoroughly check things out. I mean, a lot of this stuff is very, very concealed. And the thing is, a lot of
these things work, right? These are proper spy, this
is like proper spy gear in that this is a real wireless charger. This is a real battery bank. And yet they do have that
camera and it is recording, and especially when you look
at the app stuff, right? It’s one thing if someone has
to break into your apartment to plant a battery bank or something or try to get the SD card back, but it’s a completely other thing when there’s a wireless camera there which is constantly streaming video. – [Matt] There is some consolation, is that most of these failed
on us during recording. There’s a lot of them that
just straight up didn’t work, the stream stopped. I mean, I have great internet so that’s not the issue, they just… – [Austin] They’re cheap.
– [Matt] They’re cheaply made. – You spend a little more money and I’m sure you’re getting
stuff which is of higher quality and even more dangerous. – Right. – So, sleep easy at night, friends because big brother is certainly watching. And if not, Ken will be. – [Ken] Yeah, I will. – [Matt] Yikes.

Extra – A Fox Stole My Camera …

Extra – A Fox Stole My Camera …


I’ve been having some issues with rats in
my Polytunnel Garden recently, and I decided toast up this little bakery powered security
and wildlife camera that I had been given to try out, to see how many rats there might
be, and more importantly to find out whether any of the neighbourhood cats were coming
around to help out with the rats. When I came back to get the camera, it had
disappeared. A few days later I found it about 50m away
from where I had left it, and it was a bit bashed up, but I was quite surprised by what
had been recorded! So, a fox had come into my polytunnel, probably
hunting for the rats, and instead found this white egg shaped object, which it picked up
and ran off with to try to break open. The outer casing for the camera was torn quite
a bit, and there are a few scratches on the camera, but it seems to be working fine, and
I’m delighted to find out that there is now a fox hanging around my gardens, to hopefully
help deal with the rats.

iPhone 11 Pro vs XS – CAMERA Test Comparison!

iPhone 11 Pro vs XS – CAMERA Test Comparison!


what’s up guys Ben here from authentech
and this is my quick camera comparison test of that new ish iPhone 11 pro and
this is last year’s iPhone XS this is video on the front facing at
selfie camera on each phone how does the quality and dynamic range look and
compare now one of the big upgrades Apple made on the 11pro is that we can
record 4k 30 or 4 K 60 on that front-facing camera so right now we’re
on 4 K 30 and we’re stuck at the max 1080p on last year’s 10 s how does the
resolution and sharpness compare how does the stabilization and field of view
compare looks like gets a wider angle on the new 11 pro this is a quick walking
stabilization test and a little bit of a jog for some baubles so while we’re here
with a waterfall going on in the background this is an audio test on the
iPhone 11 Pro and this is audio on the iPhone 10 as how does the audio sound
and compare let’s live authentic how does the audio sound and compare let’s
live authentic now I’m switching to the rear-facing camera one of the big
updates on the 11pro this is ultra wide-angle I find myself
using that ultra wide-angle just about every single day there’s many scenarios
when I’m in a tight space and I can’t back up far enough to squeeze everything
into frame or those times that it’s a beautiful landscape or tall building and
that ultra wide angle creates this awesome immersive effect back to the
primary each at 4k 30 the footage of this
waterfall and the background tree looked pretty similar one small thing I noticed
is the water looks a little bit more blue on the 10s this is a little bit of
a walk in stabilization test both of them actually look pretty stable and
doing a fair job of smoothing out the walking wobbles but then when I jog we
start to see more of the differences and then proved stabilization on the 11pro
now it’s not major but I’d say it’s a small step forward this was a quick 4k
30 test shot and I’m honestly so impressed overall with the 4k footage
that this phone can produce whether you love or hate Apple most people will have
to admit that this tiny sensor and lens can produce some really gorgeous overall
results with brilliant colors and contrast beautiful dynamic range smooth
stabilization sharp focus and crisp clarity beside my sides are quite
interesting and there’s a lot of similarities even here with the digital
zoom and handheld stabilization the primary lenses are very similar so
really again a lot of it comes down to that ultra wide angle lens on the 11pro
it’s a fun and creative camera tool that a lot of photographers and people might
find useful but then again it’s an expensive phone and I’d understand if a
lot of people don’t think it’s worth the upgrade let me know if you think it’s
worth it down in the comments this is my Penta two autofocus speed test which one
seems to have the better faster more consistent focus I’d say four autofocus
speed and accuracy the 11pro is beating out the old 10s it’s not only slower but
it’s more inconsistent quick slow motion sample and no major
improvement here we’re still stuck at that 1080p 240 FPS cap on each and just
looking at quality and dynamic range it looks almost the exact same now I’m
disappointed and really wish they had 480 or 960 fps like many other phones
already offer now I do appreciate that we can record the same 240 FPS slo-mo on
that new ultra wide lens on the 11 Pro and this can be helpful when getting
close to those action shots it’s a little soft but a good option to have
both of these cameras are looking fairly similar in low light as well same
saturation and grain pretty similar dynamic range and contrasts as well when
compared to the new 11 pro’s ultra wide well its lens looks a little softer with
more noise in low light now switch into photos and starting with
just a couple front-facing camera shots I really like that wider angle field of
view that we get on the new 11 Pro this is perfect for those group shots or
helping to tell the story of where you’re at and your surroundings as for
sharpness and clarity they’re pretty similar in harsh lighting conditions the
11pro has improved HDR processing so that’s nice to see
as for background blur and edge detection and portrait mode they both
look pretty similar at least in these samples and I really just wish Apple
made our skin look less orange as they’ve been doing this for too long now
for the rear facing cameras remember we have that triple camera set up on the
11pro but only dual lenses on the 10s the latest addition is that ultra wide
lens and these are fun to see a direct comparison side-by-side and just how
much more wider field of view that new lens has compared to the 10s s
wide-angle lens the 11 pro’s ultra wide is overall very sharp especially in
photos and it consists of great dynamic range nice colors and white balance it’s
even sharpness and clarity looks pretty awesome as for its primary and photo
lens they look pretty similar between the two the colors or white balance
might just be a tad different but usually pretty close and only when we do
a little pixel peeping 400% zoomin can we see just a tiny but nice improvement
of clarity and sharpness on the 11pro over the 10s this photo of the duck was
really interesting just look as we zoom in on the improved dynamic range on the
bright white feathers of the 11pro and the tenez doesn’t look terrible but it’s
clipping just a tad of those highlights even here as I stand close to this side
it’s very tiny but the text and color grain on the 11pro is a tad sharper
which I’d like to see in the classic flower shot the white balance looks more
accurate on the 11pro plus its sharpness is a tad bit better and of course we
can’t forget some low-light and new night mode shots on the 11pro and this
is a new area the 11pro can really beat out the 10s funny enough and medium to
low ish light the Tanna still a good job overall but when the light
gets really low and dark well that new long exposure on the 11pro
it’s really nice and fun to have so here’s a thought if at any time
throughout these ultra wide-angle shots you’re thinking wow that would be really
awesome to have in my pocket with me at all times well then maybe it’s worth the
upgrade for you for me personally I use that ultra wide almost every day for
others out there you’re thinking well that’s not worth the upgrade just a
single wide-angle lens well then that’s awesome you can save
your money and feel good by not upgrading there’s sometimes a stigma
when a new phone releases people can think that’s a tiny upgrade no one can
actually tell the camera differences well thankfully when we place these
shots right up next to each other we can see more easily those exact differences
and improvements sometimes they’re small but sometimes major thanks so much for
watching guys and until next time let’s live all of that deck
you