Hong Kong is an unbelievably dense city, it has the ability to isolate you from the population of 7 million people. Javin Lau, a political studies graduate from Toronto, Canada, has taken his vision of Hong Kong and produced a breathtaking timelapse video of the city. Titled Hong Kong Is Home shows both the hectic pace of life in Hong Kong as well as the more tranquil areas.
Emily, an American girl living in Beijing, spends much of her time bike riding through the city and snapping photos with her smartphone. She uses Instagram for her photo-sharing, which she has an audience of more than 73,000 people. Emily said gaining so many followers has changed the way she uses Instagram.
Apparently children from wealthy Chinese families these days are traveling with fancy DSLR cameras while on vacation. A Chinese web user recently published a series of photos showing a group of tourist children clutching expensive Canon and Nikon DSLRs and professional lenses. The sight of young kids strolling around with thousands of dollars worth of camera gear has caused a flurry of discussion on Chinese message boards, causing the photos to go viral. People are giving comments to the images as an example of China’s growing economic clout and of the rapidly growing gap between the rich and the poor …
Alright, what you are seeing here is a next-generation iPod Nano with an alleged 1.3-megapixel camera on its back, while still keeping the current model’s size and display. It’s real, and it’s a two-month-old prototype that has big problems. It comes with an auto iris lens that can be affected by diffraction and blurring when the iris opening becomes too small in bright conditions. Ok, I gotta say it simply, it takes overexposed photos.
Had about 10+ emails asking us for some comparison between Meizu MX and other top smartphones these days, so we figured out we would spend some time to collect the results of tests that are done by Chinese tech sites who have got their hands on the Meizu MX.