In the past, we’ve taken a look at countless gimbals for your iPhone, but some readers have been on the lookout for something a bit… bigger. We’ve gone hands-on with the Zhiyun Crane V2 gimbal that can handle anything up to a 3.9 pound DSLR…. Read the rest of this post here
“Review: Crane 3-axis stabilizer lets anyone shoot smooth footage on their DSLR” is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Apple and financial institutions want to make Apple Pay Cash as frictionless as possible for simple person-to-person money transfers. But if you want to send a larger amount of money, or spend your Apple Pay Cash at a retail store, you may need to verify your identity for security purposes. If you want to get that verification out of the way up front, AppleInsider shows you how to do it.
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As cloud popularity grows, so does the collection of free or low-cost online office tools that services like Microsoft Office Online and Google Docs/G Suite provide. However, those two major league offerings, along with a swarm of other cloud-based productivity platforms, are proprietary. Until now, online open source office suites have been little more than vaporware. You can get your document work done fine using an open source local installation, but the inconvenience factor kicks in very quickly when you try to handle collaborative tasks.
Translating audio into realistic looking video of a person speaking is quite a challenge. Often, the resulting video just looks off — a problem called the uncanny valley, which states that human replicas appearing almost but not quite real come off…
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