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jethro kiernan - on 06 Dec 2017
Any thoughts on this
https://witharsenal.com
An AI that will help you take better photos ????

More seriously it does have some quite good features such as wireless control, focus stacking, wifi and time lapse that could make the investment worthwhile with a free AI thrown in.

I'm just wondering is this "instagraming" of serious photography or a useful tool to have in your bag. Any one looked into it?
Marek - on 06 Dec 2017
In reply to jethro kiernan:

Hmm, looks like a useful widget - a better (albeit expensive) remote - but the AI stuff leaves me cold. It just tries to automate (for no good reason) what I do pretty much automatically anyway - I don't need AI to tell me I'm photographing a flying bird rather than a sunset. I suspect the 'use' of AI here was more important than the 'need' for AI.
jethro kiernan - on 06 Dec 2017
In reply to Marek:
Similar thinking to myself, the wifi, and remote Intervelometr are alone cheaper than the Nikon eqyuvilant, the focus stacking is quite useful and the ability to do the slow shutter without filters. AI not so interesting ????
knighty - on 06 Dec 2017
In reply to jethro kiernan:

The problem is with Arsenal is that they always try and walk it into the net.
jethro kiernan - on 06 Dec 2017
In reply to knighty:

I was waiting for the first football reference
Fraser on 06 Dec 2017
In reply to jethro kiernan:

So does the A.I. reference take us back to the 'over-paid players' thread? ;)
john arran - on 06 Dec 2017
In reply to jethro kiernan:

> I was waiting for the first football reference

In which case, I can't see why trusting Arsenal to produce quality shots could ever be a good plan ;-)

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