Note: we recorded this video last week before Google released its standalone camera app. But the point still stands that HTC's camera app is much more versatile and easier to use.
@Lonster32: no problem, and done! you were great as always (hope to see Rocky next year, or at SDCC)
@Rallier: i may do that as this week's premium vid
@gekitsu: i rest the top of my palm on the mouse, but grip with my fingers and move the cursor with finger bends--basically a claw grip, but resting the hand on the mouse. the lift-off distance is really short (not customization in the software)--i didn't do an exact measurement, but would peg it at less than half a cm. But given the sensitivity at 5600 DPI/CPI, you can't life the mouse straight up without affecting/wiggling the cursor position just a little bit.
@sambot: here you go! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10202577913823475&set=o.448935811878964&type=1
@bombauer: fixed--it should be viewable now!
1. no they don't. only JPEGS show up in the camera roll, technically.
2. lightroom mobile won't read RAW files stored on your ipad. only JPEGs. iPhoto and other apps will read RAW.
3. nope, CC is required, no local wi-fi synching :/
@DavidJ: just watched episode 5 last night, and really enjoyed it! it did a much better job at explaining the underlying concepts of the episode's theme (light spectrum).
@HKZ: yup: www.flickr.com/normanchan/
@warmonked: yes, but WHY.