Post your iPhone V1 and 3G pics!

geordisjd

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That flying dinosaur - it was huge - was a few feet away from me and the picture is cropped. No zoom.
 
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geordisjd

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Saw this car while out boating last weekend. Pretty sweet little ride.
OK, that's interesting... Why would a 1955 car be used as a boat? If it did escape from some landfill, why is it in such good shape? Is it a real boat with a car body on top of it? I'm confused...
 

geordisjd

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And this is not an iPhone pic. When iPhone can do this, I'll be really happy.
It's from last night in my backyard with my handheld Coolpix (Nikon) P80.
 
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Youngbinks

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OK, that's interesting... Why would a 1955 car be used as a boat? If it did escape from some landfill, why is it in such good shape? Is it a real boat with a car body on top of it? I'm confused...
It's actually a real vehicle. It's called the Amphicar and is a German import that was the only aquatic car to ever be mass produced. It can be driven both on land and water. I had to do a bit of searching for it so here's the Wiki page.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphicar
 

up10ad

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I need to make a bobbing head pic of her like your avatar. *howling* (TM)
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k412m4

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I really can't see how everyone's photo's come out so clear! My phone never did that, good or bad lighting. Maybe I had a lemon, I dunno. Hopefully the new one has a better camera and works for me.

Anyway.. Here are some images that were completely out of focus, yet came out pretty cool. I was thinking about opening a modern art gallery of random out of focus images haha... jk...













 

geordisjd

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Get the vaseline off your lens. Either that, or stop shaking that much.
Really, your iPhone is still under warranty. Get a new one for free while you can!
 
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k412m4

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Had nothing to do with the shaking, the images just came out really grainy. Even with a spotless lense, there was no difference. The one's I posted were pictures I intentionally shook to get a blurred effect.
 
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