Oh DJI, what have you done? I was 100% set on the GoPro Karma and now you have thrown a spanner in the works.
We are all after Karma, I am no different.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update has brought out a few awesome features and one of them is Windows Ink. It is definitely something I will be using when I can find a shop that sells the AAAA batteries that are found in the Surface Pen.
I decided to flash the stock firmware (ROM) back onto my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 as it was running some version that made it impossible to network unlock it.
I had to pay a few bob to download the ROM from “Rip Off” SamMobile.com, then went about installing it with Odin3.
But Odin3 frustratingly kept showing FAIL! with Hidden.img in the log section. (The FIX below).
There is a new WordPress version 4.6 code name Pepper. Watch the video to see some of the awesome features.
This looks like a great birthday present Jo!
I wonder when Google Home will be launched? It is definitely something I will be getting.
I visited Singapore last week on the back of a trip to Houston Texas the week before. Of course my body clock was all screwed up. When I was meant to be sleeping I was wide awake, so I decided to make use of the extra time by making a time lapse video of a Singapore sunrise. They are beautiful. I used my GoPro Hero 4 Silver, and set the time lapse to take a photo every 60 seconds.
The above video was edited using GoPro Studio.
I did a 60 second time lapse of us building our tent at Oldbury Hill campsite in Kent over the weekend.
It is quite a cool feature. I placed the GoPro Hero 4 Silver onto a tripod. Surprisingly it does not use a lot of space at all because all it is doing is taking one photo at time every 60 seconds.
Then a I did a 30 second time lapse of us pulling the tent down.
The GoPro Studio is quite clever in that it recognizes the photos as a time lapse sequence without the need for me to add them, thus saving some time. It didn’t take long at all to make the above videos. I could have added sound and more text but for the short video there was need.
I bought a Go Pro Hero 4 Silver two months ago primarily because I wanted a camera that could take excellent HD video as well as still photos in all weather and terrain conditions. I didn’t want a point and shoot, as they are a little bulky and not ideal for attaching onto things.
I did my usual couple of days of intense research, watched dozens of videos, read tons of reviews and looked around for similar cameras, but only the Sony Action Cam HDR-AS100V had something that came close.
One thing I was really keen on was the screen on the back of the camera. Its touch screen and it is awesome because there is no need to press the front button or side button multiple times to go through the clunky menu. It works well even in the protective case, as GoPro supply a special back cover that can be accessed even with gloves. Not to mention all the wonderful accessories, there are hundreds of possibilities for the camera.
2016 has so far been a special year for Jo and I. In March we spent a week skiing in Austria, scaled a glacier and skied down it, went tobogganing down an icy road and walked in the pouring snow. In April/May we were in Mexico City and the surrounding areas and experiened all modes of transport (plane, hot bus, hot car, segway) and in late April my work sent me to Bali, where we worked hard 😉 and went quad biking in the rice paddy fields. This weekend we are off camping and I am hoping to test out the Night Lapse mode, but I have had plenty of opportunity to test out the camera and its features.