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The only way to stop burst mode during timer photos is to turn the flash On. When the flash is On the camera will only take 1 picture. My recommendation is to provide feedback to Apple here and let them know how you feel about this limitation.


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If you are looking for an EXIF viewer on your Mac (which may show the location on a map or the actual GPS coordinates), I would suggest Image Exif Editor. If you look at the screenshots for this app, it clearly shows the GPS coordinates. If you are looking for something similar for your iPhone or iPad, I would recommend doing a search in the App Store using ...


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Check out an app called Folder Plus. Very minimalist design, easy to understand and packed full of useful functionality. Seriously it is one of the best apps when it comes to working with files on your phone. Photos, music, videos, and even incompatible files can be stored and/or passed through the app to their destination. I think there is a free version ...


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The app GoodReader can save videos to Camera Roll. Simply transfer files to GoodReader via iTunes, then in GoodReader select "Manage Files" -> "Export" -> "Save to Photots".


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What is recommended is doing a camera calibration yourself, using OpenCV for instance, to get reliable figures. http://docs.opencv.org/2.4/doc/tutorials/calib3d/camera_calibration/camera_calibration.html It is not very complicated, just print out the chessboard pattern, tweak the xml file which has input data for information about the test pattern and also ...



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