Use farmyard animal sounds to improve your photos: Mobile World Congress 2016
Mobile World Congress 2016: Use farmyard animal sounds to improve your photos1:43 /
We play with a camera mode that bleats like a sheep to get your subject's attention, and other nifty new features on Alcatel's Idol 4 smartphone.
[MUSIC] Alcatel has come up with some really interesting new camera tricks on it's latest smart phone including one that makes very good use over a sheep. So the first one to talk about is my card video [UNKNOWN] So this is basically a little tool for use you knows really really brief little videos. You press this button here it starts recording. [SOUND] You can lift and put it back down to keep recording from a different angle. Something else is quite new about that system when you review your footage, when you press the mechanical button on the side here and hold it, you can take photos In a burst mode. The mechanical button is actually what [UNKNOWN] calls the boom key, and if you want you can program it so that when you press it it fires up the camera, so it's just a really quick way of getting to take your photos. The next thing we're gonna talk about is this confusing spelled fuse mode, so this a sort of cross between panorama and a sort of light version of PR, so you press it, To start taking your panorama. And then move around like this. Now it takes all that information, stitches it together, you got this rather snazzy animation, and so what you're left with is this video panorama that you can move around inside of like this by tilting your phone. Now we saved the best for last, that is my personal favorite. It's these little sounds so that when your taking a photo you can get the attention of everyone in the picture with this range of noises. So, for example, [NOISE] I think you'll agree that barnyard animals aren't often enough integrated into cutting edge technology, so well done Alcatel. [MUSIC]