iPhone 4S Vs. Canon 5D Mark II: Side-By-Side Video Comparison

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Oct 182011
 

Apple’s new iPhone 4S comes with a vastly improved 8-megapixel camera that is getting rave reviews.

So if you want to figure out iPhone 4S’ video capabilities, checkout the video posted by Robino films that compares the iPhone 4S video and the Canon 5D Mark II, which costs more than  $2000.

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AT&T Will Reach 250M people with HSPA+ by year’s end

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May 142010
 

AT&T has changed its story on its 3.5G / 3.75G strategy prior to rolling out LTE seemingly countless times in the past couple years, but the good news is that the latest policy shift is a decidedly positive one: it intends to cover about 250 million Americans in speedy (well, hopefully speedy) HSPA+ by the end of 2010. The remarks came today from AT&T Operations CEO John Stankey at a Reuters event, going on to say that the company intends to “double” its theoretical 7.2Mbps maximum on HSPA; it seems almost certain that the move is in response to T-Mobile’s aggressive moves into 21Mbps territory recently — not to mention commercial WiMAX availability on Sprint and the impending launch of a handful of LTE markets on Verizon — but realistically HSPA+ on AT&T could easily run anywhere between 7.2 and 14.4Mbps depending on market, backhaul capacity, and countless other factors. Works out well for a presumed iPhone launch, doesn’t it?

[via engadget]