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    MoDaCo Mobile Week 45 - Let's Hudl!


    James (@nortools) and I (with special guest Simon aka @flibblesan) are proud to present the MoDaCo Mobile Week Episode 45 - Let's Hudl!

    ...sharing our views about the news in this week's mobile world.

    In this weeks ~50 minute edition, we're talking about...


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    Have to say I enjoy it....... but maybe i'm biased? ;-)

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    Happy to take compliments wherever they come from. ;)

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    QX10 thoughts........ If you already own a very good point and shoot (as you do with your Canon S110?), why do you need a QX10?

    Surely the S110 far more convenient, quicker, pocketable and of a higher quality than the QX10?

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    Couldn't agree more with that final point about needing a proper keyboard. We (geeks) are probably a slightly different breed to the general public in that we see typing as a primary requirement from our 'couch' device.

    Step forward my trusty Chromebook. As nice as my Nexus 7 2013 is, I still prefer most of my browsing from the sofa on the Chromebook as its much easier to interact with sites because of the keyboard.

    :)

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    Wondering if the 'new' Kindle Fire HD announcement at $139 (sub £100?) puts a bit of dampner on the Hudl now?

    Closed shop of the Fire vs all the Google services on the Hudl?

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    QX10 thoughts........ If you already own a very good point and shoot (as you do with your Canon S110?), why do you need a QX10?

    Surely the S110 far more convenient, quicker, pocketable and of a higher quality than the QX10?

    Higher MP count and 10x zoom rather than 5x zoom on the QX10. Different scenarios. :)

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    Higher MP count and 10x zoom rather than 5x zoom on the QX10. Different scenarios. :)

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    Okay, higher MP and more zooom on the QX10, I will give you that, but its f3.3 at the wide end... the S95/100 etc are f2.0 :)

    Sorry, been thinking about it all day..... I cannot see any scenario where i'd rather fumble about attaching the QX10 to something than having the S110 (or equivalent) in my pocket. :)

    I'm just not 'getting' it am I? lol.

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    I find my Sony NEX 6 paired with my Nexus 4 ( and Nexus 7 ) produces excellent results, slightly fewer pixels that the QX10 and QX100 but a DSLR sensor in a compact body and interchangable lens means the quality is exceptional. Plus you get much more control over the camera than with the QX series. Its a fair bit more money than even the QX100 but gives more options and a proper view finder.

     

    I believe the android app used by the QX10 is the same Play Memories app I use with the Nex 6, which I hope means more updates to what is currently a fairly reasonable application although not as simple to use as an EyeFi card.

     

    I would recommend an EyeFi card for anyone wanting to push pictures from their camera to their phone for sharing, if they can't stretch to a WiFi enabled camera.

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