You can slide between shots from both cameras and compare them side by side. (Make sure you move the slider in the middle of the photos.)
I’m surprised by how consistently different the colours in the photos are. The iPhone photos look ‘nicer’ but they also look less realistic. It’s hard to know which is more realistic without seeing the original scene. The colours and saturation on the iPhone seem a little too enhanced to me. What do other people think?
I recently purchased a new Mac mini and it does not have a FireWire or Thunderbolt port. You will also have the same problem if you have purchased a very recent model MacBook Pro or iMac. The problem is I have quite a nice 3CCD Panasonic video camera that has a FireWire port on it. I need a Firewire to USB-C adapter but Apple don’t make one. They are changing ports faster than they can make new adapters.
Thankfully, as I found out today, you can plug your FireWire cable into a ‘FireWire to thunderbolt’ adapter and then you can plug this adapter into a ‘Thunderbolt to USB- C’ adapter. IT looks a mess but it works.
It may not be pretty, but the signal gets through. My computer was able to control the video camera and the video was able to import into QuickTime.
We recently moved to a small farm andÂ weÂ have been looking at our soil biology under a microscope. It was hard to see clearly so we bought a ‘Celestron’ Microscope camera (model #44421) Â from Amazon for about $40. The packet doesn’t specifyÂ that it works withÂ Apple computers, but it doesÂ and isÂ very simple to use. It plugs into the usb port on your computer, and the camera replacesÂ the eyepiece on the microscope. It doesn’t need any drivers or extra software. Read on to find out how we set it up.