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The smartphone, the Salafi and the inevitable end of the pocket cameras

After years of surprising and impressive technological jumps, it seems that the process of replacing traditional home cameras with our smart pocket machines has been fully completed

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If you were born somewhere in the previous millennium, there is a good chance you still remember the "traditional" cinematic experience, which included purchasing a dedicated film, taking a 'blind' photo, and looking at the negatives in the hope that no one moved too much or blinked during any of the decades The limited number of photographs that each roll has given - and of course the selection of the most successful tiny negatives and solemnly submitted to the photography store for development for real pictures in the selected dimensions.

It's amazing to think that this is how we all shot Until 20 or 15 a year ago - and how far this area has changed since then. The film cameras were replaced by digital cameras that initially tended to be relatively cumbersome and of not quite amazing quality, but that quality began to improve rapidly over the years - and then they also came with the camera-integrated mobile devices that caused the field to explode and burst forward amazingly. The integration of the cameras in the cellular sector was also accompanied by quite a few difficulties and blurry and noisy pictures at the outset, but the improvement with each year and each new generation was impressive, and today we have reached the position where most smartphones in the market are capable of producing Which can not be distinguished from those taken with a large and sophisticated professional camera.

The camera has become an inseparable part of our everyday pursuits

The immediate and inexhaustible availability of photographic and documentary capabilities was not only a technological leap that should be appreciated, but a factor that directly impacted society and people around the world, when photography became a recreational activity or documentation that only occasionally occurs in the everyday lifestyle of many people around the globe. Every moment and every sight around you, or with you thanks to the selfie cameras, has made the world connected and clear in a way we could only dream of a few years ago. Our daily events and experiences, especially self-paced photography, make most people more social and open to the outside world, helping to give greater weight and meaning to events that in the past might have been considered simple and unique - all through one small device capable of performing both documentation and linking Of information to any point around the globe.

Another good example of convergence in the field of photography is coming to us these days from a notebook סמסונג, Which launches the "A Galaxy Its third, for the 2017 year, with an unprecedented focus on all aspects of mobile photography - with the main rear-mounted 16 camera based on the same ISOCELL sensor as the one on the S6 and includes a maximum f / 1.9 shutter key and phase-based auto focus, all of which contribute to high-quality photography even in low light conditions, Which is also based on a 16 megapixel sensor with aperture up to f / 1.9 and a screen that can function as a flash for it, which makes it clear that even the leading Korean manufacturer has already internalized the importance of uncompromising mobile photography in its quality, Which are priced at more attractive prices than the existing flagship devices.

The new series of She came to make order

Advanced 16 cameras, both front and back, will also feature the 5 Galaxy A2017 and the latest and larger Galaxy A7 models, with the final 5.7 Super AMOLED screen with 1080p resolution protected by Gorilla Glass cover and support for technology Always-On To display information even when the screen is off, Exynos 7880 An updated octagonal cores created in the 14 nm process, an 3GB LPDDR3 memory, built-in 32GB storage that can be further expanded to 256GB with microSD card, built-in fingerprint scanner on the front door, 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity, A marshmallow that will soon be updated to the version of the nut, A very respectable volume of 3,600mAh and even an integrated metallic body with a convex glass back that meets the IP68 standard for advanced protection against fresh water (with the ability to be immersed in water up to half a meter for half an hour) and dust - which will allow you to use the device in almost any environment.

The new smartphones were officially launched in Israel last week Samsung Israel, Who took advantage of the invitations to declare that they are launching this series very seriously - and for the first time they are launching a full advertising campaign for a non-flagship device series, for which they have also raised a number of celebrities, including Shir Almaliach, Shahar Tzubari and Zvika Hadar - For the release of the various notable features of the new models.

The new devices will be available in four different shades: black, gilded, delicate peach pink and light blue that has been nicknamed 'Blue Mist'. The recommended prices for the consumer will be NIS 1,999 for Galaxy A5 and NIS 2,399 for Galaxy A7, When both models will come along with a card 64GB as a gift.

To the Samsung Israel website

So do you agree with us that most smartphones on the market today can easily and easily replace the standard cameras, or do you belong to a group that will not give up the good old digital pocket camera for anything in the world? Tell us in comments.


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  1. These devices are intermediate devices that need to cost NIS 1700 for the big model and NNXX for the small model so that they can compete successfully with the flagship devices of the Chinese companies and sell well.
    The above pricing is too high.

  2. Better to buy Chinese.

    As long as companies like XIAOMI continue to bring out good products at voucher prices again.

    And as long as all components are manufactured in China anyway.

    And because they do REALLY REVERSE ENGINEERING.

    And that generations of brains, knowledge and technology are advancing at a rapid pace.

    And the robotics are in a tremendous swing.

    And as long as they have vast, massively efficient mail capabilities and endless competitiveness.

    Yes, I bet on the Chinese.

    To make the chip of the camera I want, to put it on the Chinese device with the hardware I want.

    Damn the global companies like SAMSUNG and LG, and SONY.

    With short support times for each model.

    With the sequential stacks that are revealed again and again and again and again.

    With the wicked restrictions on the number of folds and the option of a memory expansion card.

    With their eternal support for key players (official importers / cellular companies) in the cellular field, who are screwing their local audience TWICE OVER into contracts (costs) and support (expenses), and in turn support domestic legislative bullying and hinder secondary / personal import.

    I sit as an observer and as a customer and encourage Chinese brands to reach international standards of excellence.

    And to do so at break-even prices again, and by listening to market needs and the public's heart.

    If someone from a large Chinese company reads this, and wants to pay me a high salary for promoting their products and brands to the Western / global market and winning against leading brands in the world, send me a message / enamel.

    Tomorrow I'm learning Chinese.

  3. I'll be the devil's representative here.

    Quote of Art Tatum

    With short support times for each model.

    How much experience do you have with my topic? Most models that they throw up receive software updates without system updates. What you get is what's there unless you get out of the box and install informal novels, which is not the easiest in some of these devices.

    Quote of Art Tatum

    With the sequential stacks that are revealed again and again and again and again.

    Here, too, there is no exception. Full of popular Chinese devices have received serious glitches. Touch issues on OnePlus devices, camera issues on a wide range of devices, warming and whatnot. Everyone shares these glitches in a way that seems pretty equal.

    Quote of Art Tatum

    With malicious restrictions on the number of sims and the expansion card option זיכרון.

    1 or 2, you can't be too mean here. The advanced versions of flagships also have dual-version versions by the way, which can be ordered from overseas like any other version.

    Does not come to protect Samsung or LG, but when Chinese want to compete with a product of some quality (take the S7 Edge, for example), they put it all in engineering, reach a inferior device in terms of capabilities and power, and ask for 500 + dollars.

    The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is a classic example. A Chinese instrument lacking Memory upgrade capability, with screen simple More, the worse than the rising countries like or more From the Galaxy S7 Edge, the device he received now Android version 7.0 ahead of most other manufacturers, and will receive 7.1 this spring. Don't even want to mention things like the excellent protection against water damage and the environment.

    Good flag vessels of large companies are not junk, far from it. The experience is absolutely amazing.

    The strength of the Chinese? I think mostly in the category 150-250 dollars, where they are strong. Perhaps during this year we will see real competition for a device with high-end technical features at a fair price, tank The directions.

    1. Not sure what you mean in all directions, but rumors claim that prices this year from big companies will go up in another 50 dollars. I'll joke and say it's probably about competing with Apple. At least they bothered to leave the headphone jack.

      Anyway, the main advantage of a device at 1000 is that they cry less if it breaks. That's why my dad got a G4 plus moto from which he is very pleased. :) Most people do not care about memory expansion, how many pixels have an inch or when the device receives updates, only to work without confusion.

    2. The point is that in the Chinese you can buy a device with the hardware of a flag instrument in 200-250 $ with some negligible weaknesses leeco le max 2 LEECO LE MAX 2 at this point in time.

  4. Negligible to whom?

    Nowadays almost all devices use the same SoC so performance is pretty much the same, all the differences between them are "around" things.

    It has a low battery (3100) relative to the screen (QHD size 5.7), it has no headphone port, no water protection.

    There was once no "perfect" flag device. No matter how much money you were willing to pay, there was no device that marked V on everything.

    Today there is.

    So it's true that they cost 2 from the same Chinese, but these are still amounts that people can spend (let's get to the proportions, the 300 $ difference is 3-4 months of unnecessary YES / HOT TV subscription and people pay it without blinking), and I don't Know a lot of people who in the money no object mode would actually choose these Chinese. Their advantage is the price, and here it comes down to.

    These are "almost" devices, for cheap.

    Oh, the day they showcase real innovation and are better than the top companies, you will see how prices suddenly rise to the same level… (according to Shiumi)

    1. That's exactly the point - if you insist on protecting water, you'll probably pay twice as much. Anyone willing to compromise on side stuff can find amazing performance for less than $ 200. The leading companies receive intermediate processors and little memory of this amount. It is precisely the lack of headphones that is a backwards copy from Apple.

  5. They take a lot of money on the brand.

    And a lot of lies about advertising.

    No thanks.

    It's all a lie anyway.

    Their advertising is not worth a penny.

    There is no truth in the publication.

    This does not benefit the consumer.

    I don't want to pay NIS 3000 on a smartphone worth a third or a quarter of that in two years.

    And to maintain a culture of waste of corporations fighting for themselves, not for the sake of the client.

    I don't want to pay expensive shipping fees, and blackmail fees by all sorts of factors along the way.

    I do not want to encourage companies that operate in separation and rule.

    Which make it difficult for parallel imports.

    On service and replacement not through a major importer.

    That model is different for each country to support the monopolistic behavior of a particular cellular provider.

    In many ways, most of the large companies in the field of cellular devices are like the Pelephone / Cellcom / Orange oligopoly.

    When they are not forced to compete aggressively and legislate harsh restrictions on how they act, their extreme anti-consumerism and shamelessness is revealed.

    And they have proven it in the past several times in a blunt manner, and continue to prove it to this day in all sorts of ways.

    The concentration model failed in so many branches.

    This is the basis for all unimaginable mental stings.

    The public is crying out for its attempt to free itself from the model of concentration in every field.

    The Chinese do not play the same rules, but they play the same field.

    They have the tools to erode and collapse the global market.

    It's only a matter of time.

    It would be bad for economies, and good for consumers.

    Because what happened is that the public good and the "economy" (which is held hostage by monopoly centers of power) have become gradually contrasting for several generations.

    It all comes down to wars of control.

    So they were disturbed.

    The Great War of Control on the Way.

    China will dominate Western economies.

    She already has a foot and a hand deep inside him.

    Even Tnuva is already theirs.

  6. Quote of djelectric

    1) Good flag vessels of large companies are not junk, far from it. The experience is absolutely amazing.

    2) The strength of the Chinese? I think mostly in the category 150-250 dollars, where they are strong. Maybe during this year we'll see competition Of a device with high-end technical characteristics at a fair price, tank The directions.

    1) is not at all amazing.

    Is simply half a year / year ahead in technology.

    In the mouth of 2-3 price.

    In Israel, according to 4-5.

    2)

    I talked mainly about this category.

    Although there are some Chinese manufacturers / devices that have entered the top tier competition and are well contending.

  7. To say that cell phones have reached the level of larger digital cameras is like saying that SSD has already reached the level of RAM.
    There are also innovations in the world of professional photography.
    Today's images on Ole smartphones are better than photos from 20 a year ago (not too sure), but there is a range of focus that cannot compete even with ancient cameras for optical reasons.
    Something else, some of the photography is getting even worse as mobile phone manufacturers are now adding all kinds of automated DIGITAL ENHANCEMENT to photos. Like the plots for their miniature.
    By the way, I think film cameras can digitally show you the image on the film (I think, such a hybrid).
    Filmen Analog has Olay still not so much of an understanding of this.

  8. Yesterday I started talking about the Chinese power.

    Today she wrote in Calcalist: http://www.calcalist.co.il/world/articles/0,7340,L-3707165,00.html?ref=ynet

    a quote

    How will China take advantage of the changes in the balance of power?

    "She's already doing that. Trump says he wants to restore America to greatness, but has already lost a massive American influence in the Pacific following a unilateral withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Trade Agreement. Many countries in the region are very concerned about Chinese expansion, and are now in a very troublesome situation." .

    The West with all the corruption capital rule and concentration and cartel behavior, busy raising prices.

    Raise real estate, rentals, property taxes, salaries, travel, deliveries.

    The West is busy with itself in trying to define new borders of inefficiency and economic bureaucracy.

    Busy eating himself and his own citizens.

    While the Chinese understand very well that in order to win by any standard, in every arena, at every stage, in every field,

    Need fast and cheap infrastructure that will encourage trade and efficiency.

    Let all China go to China.

    All of China to the world.

    The whole world to China.

    The West withdrew from free trade agreements.

    Withdraw from import tax removal and restriction strategy.

    A country eats its inhabitants, where the rich feed on the poor like dairy cows in the economy and in the coop.

  9. Quote of Sargon

    To say that the phones have reached the level of larger digital cameras is like saying that the SSD has already reached the level of RAM. There are also innovations in the world of professional shade. Today's images on smartphones are perhaps better than pictures before 20 a year (not even sure) but there is a range of focus that can not compete even with older cameras for optical reasons. Something else, some of the photos get even worse when now phone manufacturers add all kinds of digital ENHANCEMENT AUTOMATIC images. Like the plots for their minions.

    How do they make cameras on phones today?

    Sky camera.

    Sky Chip.

    Flash or two.

    And the rest will be solved later in the software ... : Facepalm:

  10. Regardless of the technical issues… and the cheating…

    It's hard for me to believe that the phone's crisp lens can even compete with a larger camera lens ...

    As for the Chinese, the Chinese do not really play by the rules and take measures contrary to international laws. Like print full of money and play with the currency of themselves.

    Have you ever thought about the country's aphorism to print lots of bills and then cheat on the value of its currency? That's what the Chinese do.

  11. Very well, this is what everyone needs to do to solve poverty and poor economy problems - just print more fucking money and distribute it to those who need it. It is neither a creature of inflation nor a plaster, it will simply allow people to make ends meet.

  12. The point is that they manipulate currency at the expense of the US and the rest of the world. Imagine that instead of being more productive, it simply buys more than other countries through inflated money.
    It's like saying it's good that there are people who make fake coins and banknotes in Israel and distribute it to the poor ...

  13. As long as it's overlooked (which is the risk that at some point someone will "get stuck" with it) and talk theoretically that they will actually use it to divide the poor - then yes, it's not bad.

  14. Smartphone manufacturers will only dream of creating a camera that competes with the image quality of compact cameras like the one I have (Canon SX150 IS). The "high" quality that smartphone cameras nowadays have is the result of built-in software editing on a device that takes place after filming.

  15. Not comfortable compared to what?

    In DSLR, too, I shoot mostly with fixed lenses, and there, to replace lenses, is even more cumbersome :)

    How much do I believe in the S7 camera for example? A month ago I was in the US and didn't even bother to take the dslr, just an unnecessary drift.

    True, there is nothing to compare the capabilities of the camera when it gets dark, but in daylight and for photos to Facebook it is above and beyond - no one in life could have guessed whether it was filmed on dslr or on the phone.

    1. It depends on what purpose it is. For Facebook? Yes, a good enough camera phone (and I am relatively satisfied owner of S7 as well). For taking pictures, important events, etc., a phone camera is not good enough. The problems with a phone camera start when you want to zoom in slightly beyond 5 inches and then discover all the artifacts that the software produces to overcome the hardware limitations. Not to mention Samsung's selfie camera that rips humans off and removes "flaws", which is at all delusional.

  16. Well, and you know how much less convenient to go around with DSLR and lenses?

    This is over 1 kg at best, do you compare it to at least 200 grams of phone and 30 grams of addon lens?

  17. Oh, so in the case of compact cameras in my opinion there is no point at all - the quality is the same (P&S camera does not give anything that you can not get with the phone in terms of image quality) but to carry with another camera in addition to the phone (which you take with you anyway) is just a headache Unnecessary.

  18. Quote of Milford Cubicle

    As long as it's overlooked (which is the risk that at some point someone will "get stuck" with it) and talk theoretically that they will actually use it to divide the poor - then yes, it's not bad.

    But leave this theoretical situation of fake banknotes.

    The state should now assume a NIS 1 billion for the disabled, so that their allowance will be a minimum wage instead of NIS 700. What if she just printed that goddamn money and gave it to them? Will this collapse the economy?

    No, but now the value of the shekel has declined and when you want to buy a video card you will complain how expensive it is in Israel.

    ag43

    I do not think this is the only technical disadvantage. You want to tell me that beyond the zoom of larger lenses do not give a better picture? In terms of exposure \ brightness \ noise all the parameters?

    Besides, if you can make a sensor that fits the lens of a cell phone with the quality of X, you can always make a better sensor for a bigger size for a larger camera with quality.

    With the size of the sensor it is safe to have a larger camera, but beyond that the size of the lens does not affect the other parameters except optical zoom? Such as the range of focus?

    There are many parameters in professional cameras worth tens of thousands of dollars. It's hard for me to believe that a Pele-Phone camera reaches the quality of cameras that cost tens of thousands of dollars.

  19. If you bother reading what I wrote, you'll see that I talked about compact cameras and not half-professionalism.

  20. Yes I did not notice there was another page. In any case, this is also true for compact cameras. The difference in size and how much space you have put in a sensor and lens size affects not only the zoom.

  21. Quote of Sargon

    No, but now the value of the shekel has declined and when you want to buy a video card you will complain how expensive it is in Israel.

    no he's not.

    Inflation is a lie.

  22. I don't exactly know how it works, but measure the EXCHANGE RATE. If you add billions of shekels that everyone is spending, they will eventually use those shekels to buy things from another country. If not the poor then the writers who sell them.
    That is, either you cheat other countries and then they impose sanctions on you or you hurt the NIS EXCHANGE RATE.

    I don't think you can add a billion shekels from the air and it won't have an impact on the shekel's buying power.

  23. Quote of ag43

    ?

    If I now print NIS X million in the house and distribute it to the disabled - it will not affect the value of the shekel even in the penny.

  24. 100 million is a drop in the sea. Print out hundreds of billions and as soon as they realize this is what you are doing you will see how the money is not worth the paper on which it is printed.

  25. Quote of Sargon

    I don't exactly know how it works, but measure the EXCHANGE RATE. If you add billions of shekels that everyone is spending, they will eventually use those shekels to buy things from another country. If not the poor then the writers who sell them.
    That is, either you cheat other countries and then they impose sanctions on you or you hurt the NIS EXCHANGE RATE.

    I don't think you can add a billion shekels from the air and it won't have an impact on the shekel's buying power.

    The shekel-dollar exchange rate for the example (and any other exchange rate) is determined by the forex market by individuals / entities / countries and is influenced by individual percentages based on hundreds of millions of daily movements.

    A billion here or there on the order of a year (!), Which in any case does not go forex trading (at least not directly) but is used for the country's internal economy so that people who do not have food can buy - will not affect the rate of anything.

  26. Quote of ag43

    100 million is a drop in the sea. Print out hundreds of billions and as soon as they realize this is what you are doing you will see how the money is not worth the paper on which it is printed.

    I'm not talking about "hundreds of billions." Enough 3 billion a year (less than 1% of Israel's annual budget) to fix a lot of things in this country.

    Oh, and nobody's going to get it, that's exactly it. Do it under the radar. Nothing will happen.

  27. What is an Internal Economy? When you buy from someone in the country he has more money to spend on other things abroad. For example, he can now buy a more prestigious vehicle.

  28. Quote of Milford Cubicle

    Oh, and nobody's going to get it, that's exactly it. Do it under the radar. Nothing will happen.

    Until you come up. By the way, it's very simple to allocate one billion 3 one-time to solve problems. Apparently it doesn't really work that way. To remind you, Yair Lapid allocated NIS 1 billion to Holocaust survivors - we did not see the problem solved. At the end of it all comes back to efficient resource management.

  29. Quote of Sargon

    What is an Internal Economy? When you buy from someone in the country, he has more money to spend on other things abroad. For example, he can buy now vehicle More prestigious.

    You can also simply steal from the rich and divide the poor. it's the same.

    How is it "the same"? What's the connection at all?

    Internal Economy The intention is not to use money for foreign currency trading (which is what affects the currency exchange rate and nothing else).

    Quote of ag43

    Until you come up. By the way, it's very simple to allocate one billion 3 one-time to solve problems. Apparently it doesn't really work that way. To remind you, Yair Lapid allocated NIS 1 billion to Holocaust survivors - we did not see the problem solved. At the end of it all comes back to efficient resource management.

    A. Until who's up to you? Specific thing, who? Is there an "income tax" of states? who will?

    B. There is a difference between "allocating and handling" something and distributing cash. Do you think Holocaust survivors got this money? It's all just a political mess.

    According to Google, there are approximately 45 thousand Holocaust survivors living in Israel below the poverty line. NIS billion is about NIS X,000 for each. Not much, but still a respectable addition. About NISX per month. You will allocate 22 billion and it has been NIS 2,000 a month for a year. Highly respected and solved 3% of the problem of Holocaust survivors.

    Do you think they saw a dime this year? I'm in Doubt. Most of the money went to salaries of "executives" and all sorts of "responsible" who set up "committees" and sought "solutions" apparently without even leaving the Knesset.

  30. A. That's exactly it - it's not specific. The economy is mainly based on trust and confidence in the strength of the currency. One of the indicators of the stability of the State of Israel is the fact that the shekel is so stable and invested in it. Once there is a crisis (confidence and / or financial) large enough and the currency will lose the confidence of investors and the embedded traders will plunge down.

    B. I cited Holocaust survivors as one example. You have claimed that many problems can be solved with 3 NIS billion. Remember - you need some mechanism to divide them, otherwise it will be thrown into the wrong pockets (= corruption).

  31. Mechanism = There is a list of Holocaust survivors who are below the poverty line. Their bank accounts are selling. Take a clerk for a month at a minimum salary sitting in front of a computer and make bank transfers for everyone. Approximately 50 thousand double transfers Assume half a minute for each typing of beneficiary details (especially pessimistic estimate) = approximately 3 gross working weeks (including weekends, etc.).

  32. Quote of Milford Cubicle

    Is there a body that every country must report to how much money it is printing per year?

    Interesting question. I appreciate that the Bank of Israel is reporting this.

    Quote of Milford Cubicle

    Mechanism = There is a list of Holocaust survivors who are below the poverty line. Their bank accounts are selling. Take a clerk for a month at a minimum salary sitting in front of a computer and make bank transfers for everyone. Approximately 50 thousand double transfers Assume half a minute for each typing of beneficiary details (especially pessimistic estimate) = approximately 3 gross working weeks (including weekends, etc.).

    And who will check that this clerk does his job faithfully? And how exactly would he pay? Go to the state gold mine and sell the money? Or is it even better that the Holocaust survivors receive the money in the form of different medicines and support than cash that their grandson can spend, for example? We really like to be angry about bureaucracy but there is a reason it exists. It may be possible to optimize a little but certainly not completely cancel it.

  33. Yes because there is regulation and all kinds of associations and organizations that cut a coupon in the middle.

    The problem is that there are all kinds of committees that what they do is make sure they have a living for themselves. For example, all kinds of commodities for agricultural product that derive millions of shekels from agriculture and those who lose both farmers and citizens. It's an inefficient system.

    I suppose it is the same with Holocaust survivors, all kinds of organizations and committees are in the range of budget and survivors and are concerned about "justifying" their livelihoods.

    Remember, the right is for system efficiency and cuts in committees, while the left is for more regulation and baby sitter making for citizens.

    What does it not use for foreign exchange trading? Do you understand what you're saying?

    In other words, when a poor man buys a tomato at a grocery store, the grocery store owner is not allowed to use that money to buy from abroad? So he buys it in the country, but what, in that he buys in the country from this "printed" money, has more than the "real" money. With the real money he can buy abroad (instead of paying in the country) or alternatively pay more in the country and then someone else will have more real money to spend.

    It's all about everything, you can't increase the volume of internal trade without increasing the volume of domestic GDP, because then a lot of people are left with money they shouldn't use.

  34. The Bank of Israel will print the money and deposit it into a temporary bank account. The clerk (a trustee, who oversees it, say anyone from the Bank of Israel or any MK or finance minister) will transfer the money to the survivors' private bank account. Just like the allowance they receive today only much more money instead of the NIS 100 or whatever Whatever they get today, what's the problem?

    About reporting - Who reports?

    This topic is a topic that has been going through my mind for many years - I still couldn't find an answer that would contradict my claim - if you just print another X of money and distribute it to the poor (in "black" for that matter - no one should know) Convince me that it will in some way affect the economy / production "inflation".

  35. Quote of Sargon

    What does it not use for foreign exchange trading? Do you understand what you're saying?

    In other words, when a poor man buys a tomato at a grocery store, the grocery store owner is not allowed to use that money to buy from abroad? So he buys it in the country, but what, in that he buys in the country from this "printed" money, has more than the "real" money. With the real money he can buy abroad (instead of paying in the country) or alternatively pay more in the country and then someone else will have more real money to spend.

    It's all about everything, you can't increase the volume of internal trade without increasing the volume of domestic GDP, because then a lot of people are left with money they shouldn't use.

    No, you're mixing unrelated things here.

    The fact that you are now buying an iPhone 7 on Amazon and paying in dollars is not "foreign currency trading" and you are not affecting this dark dollar-shekel rate.

    What affects the dollar-shekel rate is buying and / or selling dollars and / or shekels in FOREX.

    This is to say - print money for use in the country, not for use of FOREX (like when the Bank of Israel buys dollars like a mentally ill person to influence the dollar exchange rate).

  36. For example - intervention of the Bank of Israel at the dollar-shekel rate:

    a quote

    The policy changed during the tenure of Stanley Fischer As against. As of March 2008, when the dollar rate reached a low of about NIS 3.4, the Bank of Israel announced its intention to increase its foreign exchange reserves to about 40 billion in two years,[2] By the daily acquisition of about 25 million in the foreign exchange market. Dollar a day.

    As a result of the acquisitions, Israel's foreign exchange reserves rose greatly. At the beginning of 2009, foreign exchange reserves stood at 41.4 billion.[3] The Bank's exchange rate policy has had a temporary success, and the dollar has surged over NIS 4.20. In May 2009, after the foreign exchange balance approached about 50 billion.[4] It is implied that the Bank of Israel is looking for a way to stop foreign exchange purchases. As a result, as of July 2009 the NIS strengthened against the foreign currencies, and the dollar returned to NISX levels again to the dollar. Israel responded by buying hundreds of millions of dollars within days, and the shekel weakened again

    https://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/התערבות_בשוק_המט"Israel

  37. Clearly, the Bank of Israel is betting on the shekel - that's its job. The main reason for not doing this is because it is simply illegal. What will stop you from printing a few millions in black for the yacht you wanted to buy (yes, I remember that)? Serving trust in the way you describe it is very nice but not practical. Think about the corruption that exists today with all the branching mechanism that aims to prevent it. What happens if you skip such a mechanism? People are suddenly not corrupted by the money that goes through their fingers?

  38. I wanted to buy yacht? In any case, I do not understand your claim. What is "because it is just illegal"? This is not an answer to the questions I asked.

    If tomorrow morning I print 10 one billion fake for that matter - and distribute it to people with cash, unmarked bills. Is it an inflationary thing? Will it affect the dollar exchange rate?

    If so, how and why?

  39. Yes, always semi-professional photos come out more beautiful. But I did not explore this in depth. It's not something I can tell you with which camera took the photo, but if we take a professional camera, I come out much nicer than the photos on the phone.

    Not to mention that the widescreen lens on cell phones like LG creates a distorted image that one table that stands next to a second table seems to be half the width even though it's the same type of table.

  40. Lighting is a huge difference.

    You don't get perfect lighting almost ever.

    The range of the image in focus is also different. The sharpness of the image is also different.

    There is some sort of play between the sharpness and range of focus for example. With a semi-professional camera, you can change this range depending on which image you want to produce.

    There are a lot of parameters in that.

    You speak with great confidence and it makes you sound like you know what you're talking about. But there is a good chance that you are self-styling and do not really understand all the many parameters and qualities of photography. I'm not a big expert on this either, so I don't know how to answer you.

  41. Speed ​​photography includes many elements beyond the camera.

    Exposure time, on the other hand, determines whether your image will be clear or smudged if you move a bit.

    One of the things I would like to see on smartphones is this image stabilizer.

  42. True, this is why compact or professional cameras have a special trigger that is not available on smartphones.

    What do you want to say to Milfred? You said at the beginning there is no difference except the lack of optical zoom. Now you say, there is no difference when there is daylight.

    I think you are regretting.
    And there is no need to patronize me, or answer me why in all the parameters I have mentioned there is no difference?

    Even when you walk outside in the daylight in the alleys of some small town in Europe or even in some areas of Tel Aviv, you have interiors that darken the lighting.

    I think you're UNSKILLED AND UNAWARE but correct me if I'm wrong.

  43. Quote of Milford Cubicle

    I wanted to buy yacht? In any case, I do not understand your claim. What is "because it is just illegal"? This is not an answer to the questions I asked.

    If tomorrow morning I print 10 one billion fake for that matter - and distribute it to people with cash, unmarked bills. Is it an inflationary thing? Will it affect the dollar exchange rate?

    If so, how and why?

    The answer "because it's illegal" - touched on "black" money printing because it immediately leads to corruption. Inflation will happen as soon as they stop referring to your currency because of it.

  44. I have sony xperia z5 compact.
    23 megapixels (I must point out that English is a tough language in the comments here), f / 2.0, 24mm
    [Email protected], [Email protected], [Email protected], HDR
    With octagon cores processor.
    I have to point out that the pictures he takes are of really good quality.
    Relative to smartphones.
    And I really appreciate the quality of Samsung and iPhone.

    But still, dedicated cameras have better quality, optical zoom (usually smaller) and much smaller.
    A lot more, and I say that as one who's been around with small devices all the time (galaxy s2, z1 compact)

    I find myself snapping a day without a hassle with my Sony, but when I go on a scheduled trip I also take the Canon S110 in my pocket:
    12MP 1 / 1.7 "
    24-120mm equivalent F2.0-5.9 lens, 4 stop 'Intelligent IS'
    ISO 80-12800.
    +
    mirror less samsung nx1000

  45. I think there is a strange problem with the lenses of the cell phone. They have no radial distortion, do they? Radial distortion actually helps in images with a wide key.

    It seems to me.

  46. Well done to Samsung, this camera doesn't just count pixels. And we will see if the reduction of pixels by counting more pixels will not come at the expense of photographic quality. In any case, it is still too early to give up pocket cameras with an 1 inch sensor, and certainly not on SLR cameras.

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