Magic Focus is a neat new feature that we’d like to look at here, and it allows the G Pro 2 to capture an image and select the focus of that image after the shot is taken. What the G Pro 2 seems to do is capture an image with everything in focus and in the camera app you can then move a slider to pick the area of focus, whether it’s closer to the camera or further away. Of course, the rest of the image gets blurred for a nice shallow depth of field effect.
We tried it out on the demo G Pro 2 unit at MWC, and it all works as advertized. Take a look below.
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The G Pro 2 is the only other Phablet i would even consider. The Z Ultra looks nice but its too big for the screen size. I understand that being water proof will add bezels. The One Max looks nice and i love the front facing stereo speakers but i hate the camera. Also, no multitasking like on my Note 3 or the G Pro 2
posted on Feb 26, 2014, 10:21 AM 1
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Hmmm.... Nokia Refocus anyone?
posted on Feb 26, 2014, 11:39 AM 0
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