As we all know that iPad 2 released on the market with two cameras on it. Two of them, one front and one back facing. Here are the details on them:
Back camera: Video recording, HD (720p) up to 30 frames per second with audio; still camera with 5x digital zoom
Front camera: Video recording, VGA up to 30 frames per second with audio; VGA-quality still camera
Tap to control exposure for video or stills
Photo and video geotagging over Wi-Fi
Many people wonder what we can do with our cameras. What we can do with these two cameras? Now let’ go and find something we can do with iPad video cameras.
1. Use iPad 2 to Take Photos and Record Videos
You can take beautiful pictures and record excellent videos with your iPad 2. If you are not satisfied with your output effect, you may put your videos into iMovie and edit them on your iPad
2. Video Chat
Apple’s FaceTime video chat, which has been knocked by detractors for only working over Wi-Fi and only on the iPhone, might be coming to many more devices
soon. According to Boy Genius Report, an upcoming version of IOS has some code that suggests FaceTime will become available for non-iPhone devices like the
iPod Touch and the iPad, using Apple IDs instead of phone numbers.
FaceTime on iPad 2 lets you drop in on your favorite people and see how they’re doing. And what they’re doing. And who they’re with. You could be
anywhere, they could be anywhere. With a tap, your iPad 2 calls someone else’s iPad 2, iPhone 4, new iPod touch, or Mac over Wi-Fi.1 And there you are,
face-to-face, in the middle of a friend’s party or with your family on the couch. The big, beautiful iPad display is a great place for a face, because you
can really see it. Not a smile or laugh goes unnoticed, especially when iPad goes around the room and everyone waves hello. If you’ve ever missed something
big and eventful, anything small yet significant, or someone’s smile, FaceTime helps you miss everything a little less.
3. Photo Booth
Photo Booth uses the front-facing camera, so hold up your iPad, smile, and snap yours truly like crazy. Before Photo Booth captures your photo, it flashes
bright white to add light to your face. You can see a preview of yourself before you snap away. And if you think it’s fun for one face, wait until you
squeeze in a few.
Sure, taking snapshots is just plain fun. But for the full fun effect, add an effect and see eight new versions of you. Twist up your face, double your head,
or make yourself look like an alien, a comic book character, or an X-ray. On the big iPad display, there’s big fun in your face. And lots of quirky and freaky, too.
Send twisted photos to your friends in Mail. Add one to a contact. Everything in Photo Booth is automatically saved to your photo library, so you can turn
your silly snapshots into snazzy slideshows.
4. iPad Video Camera in Business
On the front- and rear-facing cameras, there are many businesses that can benefit from this added functionality. “Construction managers and insurance adjusters, for example, could take pictures, add notes and send them on via email, from wherever they are.” For business uses, they have a strong advocate of a rear-facing camera. While the iPad isn’t a good alternative to an iPhone as an out-and-about camera, when you are in meetings or a lecture, you will miss having the rear camera to integrate a picture of the whiteboard into your notes. Also, you can see the rear-facing camera as a huge boon to field service personnel.
In its dedicated iPad 2 microsite, Apple does highlight some new corporate features, such as the ability to stream photos and video to larger screens via its AirPlay wireless technology. Such graphics could be used in a business presentation, notes Apple.Enterpriseusers will also benefit from the iPad 2’s general upgrades, such as the faster processor and refined browser. And some people may utilize FaceTime for corporate videoconferencing calls, though it remains limited to Apple devices.
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