Why not make a DSLR that doesn't have a rear screen but just communicates wirelessly to a smartphone with a special app (and have a clip on the camera for the phone).
People could add third-party RAW converters, new metering modes (tap to select highlight and dark points?
But if you do have a problem, you should know that the developer provides full assistance on Bandicam’s site.
To capture videos or images, you only need to define the options mentioned above (quality, framerate, codecs) and the area you want to capture.
You can already SORT OF have it: photojojo.com/store/awesomeness/iphone-slr-mount .
You just have to use the iphone's existing sensor and having not used an iphone for pictures, I'm unsure as to whether there is a good camera app for controlling aperture, ISO and shutter speed.
The US Air Force commissioned the SADT developers "to develop a function model method for analyzing and communicating the functional perspective of a system.
With the support for i Cam cloud, all the i Cam Source motion events are automatically backed up to cloud as soon as they are recorded. Other times the in a way that combines the best of both. Often such ideas have no relation to what could be engineered in reality, since they're not fettered by the constraints of reality — size, cost, battery tech, and do on.), animation apps, [email protected] I'm not against the idea in general, just this particular concept is as big as a camera, will cost as much as a camera, has all the components of a camera, yet requires a 0 phone in order to operate!
What you actually want is lens with built in sensor, which communicates wirelessly to the smartphone, and some sort of holder to attach the two. Making a whole camera without a screen is a less inviting prospect.
You can also program the screenshots at regular intervals.