[VIDEO] Google Nexus 7 - Camera Test & ReviewTips


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    reverendkjr Member This Topic's Starter

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    Google Nexus 7 - Camera Test & Review - YouTube

    This video is a compilation of video and photos done at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens. The intention of this video is to demonstrate the photo and video capabilities of the Google Nexus 7 Tablet. The videos and photos are untouched and pure. I uploaded this video with the highest resolution so as to not reduce the resolution at all.
     

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    I stopped watching after you asked the question somewhere between:30 and :40. Yes, you could enter a stock Tata into a drag race but why? (You could even enter a pair of Tatas in a race but that's a different conversation. :p) Because it has an engine, transmission and wheels? Not really a good enough reason. Could you use it for what it is intended for? Of course.
     
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    If you don't like the video, then you are not the target audience.:D
     
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    Seems like a decent picture... strange video but uh... haha. Doesn't seem to be any better than the video on my iphone...
     
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    Is there really a target audience for such a thing?!? o_O
     
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    Count me as one of the target audience.
    I wouldn't have thought to play with the camera in my Nexus 7 like the good Reverend did, let alone thinking about sharing my findings online!

    I think a video like this answers a lot of questions folks might have about what the camera can do, especially if they aren't familiar with a tablet that has a front-facing camera.

    Not only that but the video took the camera outside of its pattern of "normal" usage and gave it a work out as a real camera.

    This is a place for enthusiasts. Enthusiasts explore.

    You can criticize from the sidelines all you like, but this guy is doing real stuff.
    I applaud it, and encourage more of this kind of information sharing.

    It's why I'm here.
     
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    reverendkjr Member This Topic's Starter

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    Nice to have someone appreciate my work.
     
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    My main concern with not having the camera on the opposite side is that there are multiple apps that utilize the camera for bar codes and such. Also, I like to take photo notes of lots of things, as I often find them more useful than text notes. However, I do have my android phone that does those things, so maybe not such a concern?
     
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    The nice thing about the discreet 7" size is that when Nexus 7 II comes out with a rear camera (in my dreams), no one will look too dumb using it.
    Yeah, I would use it for qr codes. Airdroid uses qr and it's the world's laziest login, LOL.
     

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