Camera Phones

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Camera Phone - History - Multimedia Messaging Service
... Camera phones can share pictures almost instantly and automatically via a sharing infrastructure integrated with the carrier network ... was critical and explains the early successes of J-Phone, DoCoMo in Japan, Sprint, and other carriers worldwide ... The first commercial camera phone complete with infrastructure was the J-SH04, made by Sharp Corporation, had an integrated CCD sensor, with the Sha-Mail (Picture-Mail in Japanese ...
Notable Events Involving Camera Phones
... but rather by citizen journalists, using primarily camera phones ... responding to hecklers with racial slurs by a member of the audience using a camera phone ... Camera phone video and photographs taken in the immediate aftermath of the 7 July 2005 London bombings were featured worldwide ...
Common Image Sensor Formats - Sensors Equipping Compact Digital Cameras, Mega-zoom (bridge) Cameras and Camera-phones
... Most image sensors equipping compact cameras have an aspect ratio of 43 ... of the popular SVGA, XGA, and SXGA display resolutions at the time of the first digital cameras, allowing images to be displayed on usual monitors without cropping ... As of December 2010 most compact digital cameras used small 1/2.3" sensors(or even smaller 1/2.33") ...
Latent Image Barcode - Types of Barcodes - Matrix (2D) Barcodes
... colour barcodes that can be read by camera phones from TV screens mainly used in Korea ... Optimized for use with mobile device cameras ... Now Public Domain mCode Developed by Nextcode Corporation specifically for camera phone scanning applications ...
Camera Phone
... A camera phone is a mobile phone which is able to capture still photographs (and usually video) ... Since early in the 21st century the majority of mobile phones in use are camera phones ... Most camera phones are simpler than separate digital cameras ...

Famous quotes containing the word camera:

    When van Gogh paints sunflowers, he reveals, or achieves, the vivid relation between himself, as man, and the sunflower, as sunflower, at that quick moment of time. His painting does not represent the sunflower itself. We shall never know what the sunflower itself is. And the camera will visualize the sunflower far more perfectly than van Gogh can.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)