The answer is in the Optimize iPhone Storage setting.
When enabled, only thumbnails of photos are stored in local storage. By viewing a photo, you are downloading a compressed version from iCloud. There is no quality loss, since the original photos are still accessible by loading them one by one or turning this optimization off.
I believe that iCloud Photo ...
According to the User Manual available here this actioncam cannot be used as a webcam. The prompt you get upon connecting the device via USB lets you probably choose between Mass Storage (UMS) Protocol and Camera (usually abbreviated PTP - Picture Transfer Protocol).
Both protocols let you transfer pictures from the actioncam to your Mac/PC but neither of ...
No, Currently there are no apps which would be assigning shutter count / serial number etc. Apps like that would have to keep on working on background and then edit Metadata of photos. On iOS, editing photo would need user's permission and would trigger an alert view saying "Do you want app to allow modify the photo" etc.
So, creating such app is technically ...
When you select the camera on the Preview.app, It should open the camera up. You need keep some distance between the FaceTime camera and the white paper only then Preview.app will pick it up. If it's kept too close, the signature will not be picked up.
Older iPhones would put the 'HDR' overlay only on pictures that used HDR.
The iPhone XS/XS Max has some form of Smart HDR on at all times (when turned on in Settings). You will only see the HDR overlay for times when the system had to use extreme or excessive HDR to the photo.
If you have Auto HDR turned on then be assured that it's apply Smart HDR to ...
According to this blogpost from 2014, when the feature was released with iOS 8, the speed adjusts based on the length of the recording:
<10 minutes -- 2 frames every second -- 15x
10 minutes to 20 minutes -- 1 frame every second -- 30x
20 minutes to 40 minutes -- 1 frame every 2 seconds -- 60x
40 minutes to 1 hour 20 minutes -- 1 frame every 4 seconds ...
In the absence of an app that allows overlaying screen recording and a rear camera recording simultaneously (odd why the app makers didn't provide an option to select the rear camera instead of just the front facing camera), here is a workaround I found.
Record the screen recording using the iOS screen recorder
Record the rear camera video using the iOS ...
Applications > Image Capture
This is the Mac's generic photo importer - it's the actual engine behind Photos.
Launch, insert card, select the card in the list; then bottom left there is a drop menu so you can tell it what automatic action to perform.
This is where I'm uncertain as I'm a Nikon user, not Canon.
Drop menu artificially moved across so you ...
In addition to the answer offered by Nimesh, there's also the issue of how you compared the photos.
My assumption is that you were just checking them out on your iPhones, and this probably explains a lot of what you noticed because the display on an iPhone X is leaps and bounds above that used in an iPhone 7. More specifically:
the iPhone 7 incorporates a ...
This is not possible with the built-in Camera app, or with any other built-in app.
The built-in Camera app doesn't provide options to completely hide the top toolbar and the controls shown at the bottom.
Since this is technically feasible, you may search the App Store for any 3rd-party app(s) which offers the said functionality. For e.g., try searching for ...
This lens flare is due to the geometry of the camera and the physical aperture / focus ring and might be normal or might be signs that the internals have shifted or become damaged. A hard drop can knock the camera out of alignment and cause this. Also, there are lighting conditions that guarantee a properly assembled and working iPhone camera makes that ...
Here's a fix that worked for me.
Keep in mind: Although the screenshots are in Danish, the instructions below are in English, and the placement of the marked settings are the same in both English and Danish running iOS 12.2.
Go to "Settings" in your iPhone. Scroll down until you find "Photos". Tap it (Marked with a red circle in the following picture)
You found one of the methods, Live Photo.
The other is simply to turn the ringer sound down to zero.
Source - Lifewire - How to Turn off the Camera Sound on iPhone
I think the limitation on the ringer mute no longer working is because of recent legislation. No longer is 'upskirting' merely deeply offensive, it is now actually illegal.
That there is still ...
You have nothing to worry about.
An app will always be required to ask permission to access your Camera Roll - no matter what it needs it for. Apple's photos system is built in a way that prevents an app from simply retrieving a photo and sending it to any remote service without first having your consent to do this AND it will have to display the process ...
The native iOS Camera app doesn't have this functionality.
Apps such as Camera+ Legacy and Camera+ 2 do have much more functionality. *
See this site for more info.
* Disclaimer: I'm a satisfied user of Camera+ Legacy and Camera+ 2, and I am in no way financially or otherwise connected with LateNite Apps.
White balance on the iPhone using the default Camera app is set automatically so you can't change it during or before you take the picture.
You can adjust it after the fact or you can use a 3rd party app that has white balance controls.
I've transferred dozens of my own MiniDV cassettes so let me share the methods I used and what I think makes sense for you. I'll preface by saying that this was a project that took me DECADES to get started, precisely because there are so many options and variables to consider. However, once I began I did it all at once, and was relieved to do it. This is an ...
It is not possible to access the built-in Camera app before the initial setup is complete.
As the iPads in question will be configured via DEP, the appropriate approach would be to provision for your device to join the desired Wi-Fi access point(s) automatically via your MDM solution. When done, the iPad will automatically connect to the said Wi-Fi network ...
Test it using a new account (create one) or (after making a backup) on a fresh install. If that doesn’t work, the camera is defective. The USB interface and power indicator can still work with a broken video module, so the green light does not always indicate a working camera.
I have found the solution here:
I found the solution! I tried running the script using the default terminal that comes with mac and it worked :) So it seems there was some weird issue with the third party terminal (iTerm) I was using
I used the macOS Terminal and it seems to be ok. So the new Security features are preventing iTerm.
It seems you can't.
As soon as you press the record button, the option to enable the torch or flash is disabled everywhere. You must decide whether you need any extra brightness beforehand.
Check this link for more info. Note that what @dwightk said in the comments was spot-on, except that instead of apps there are jailbreaks available if you really need ...
Austin Blanco has done some experiments to answer this question for the iPhone 6s:
It seems that the camera hardware's maximum resolution is not utilised when you are fully zoomed out. This means cropping and scaling a fully zoomed out image will leave you with a poorer image than if you zoomed in ...
In digital zoom, the camera scales up the pixels to give out the photo with the same resolution as with no digital zoom photo.
In cropping, the cropped photo has lower resolution compared to the uncrossed photo.
So I can say that digital zoom is conceptually equal to cropping and then scaling the cropped photo back to its original resolution. The output ...
I use an apple camera connection kit adaptor to connect my iPad to both my RolandRD800 & Kurzweil Forte keyboards. My iPad runs the Unrealbook app which contains all my set lists & songs, and behind each song PDF is a midi HEX string which is sent to both keyboards automatically when I select a song, and this midi HEX string selects the correct ...
I use this app called LOWER, you can choose different resolutions from 120p to 720p, you can even do custom resolutions as low as 50x50