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amirm

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Yes, my ingenuity to combine love of audio/video with house chores (snow plowing) has gotten me on many TV stations and even CNN!


Initially I also hooked up an antenna to it but it got caught on the trees so I removed it and it still worked!
 

Sal1950

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What's with the bargain basement low end Vizo?
Please tell me it's for catching the morning weather report in the bathroom.
 

Blumlein 88

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If only , god please, someone had the ingenuity to develop a phone that would take video in landscape mode even though being held in portrait mode. Please! Somebody! Anybody!

Even as a snow plow everyone knows landscape mode was the way to go for the Vizio.
 

Soniclife

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If only , god please, someone had the ingenuity to develop a phone that would take video in landscape mode even though being held in portrait mode. Please! Somebody! Anybody!
Would not be that hard to do, if they used a square sensor, and ensured the lens covered a big enough circle on the sensor, which they probably do already, then the phone could decide for itself, or after the footage was shot. I've wanted this for years in proper cameras, where the RAW capture would hold the full sensor output, so you could rotate images in post without losing parts of the image.
 

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I've wanted this for years in proper cameras, where the RAW capture would hold the full sensor output, so you could rotate images in post without losing parts of the image.
Now that is a good suggestion!
 
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