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The i Phone 7 Plus has a new Portrait mode that artificially blurs backgrounds using info captured by the two rear cameras.If you want a similar look but don't have an i Phone 7 Plus, check out the new Patch app for i OS.The camera has a speaker, a microphone, and Internet connectivity through Wi-Fi or 3G/4G.Pair it with a Bluetooth headset and you won’t look ridiculous at all while chatting through it.Samsung released the open source kernel files for its new Galaxy Camera late last week, something commonly done in the smartphone world — at least with certain platforms — but a foreign concept in the world of digital photography.

Its model is “EK-GC100”, and its classification is — interestingly enough — “mobile phone.” (via xda-developers via DPReview) New Zealand motorsports photographer Dirk Klynsmith was assaulted and knocked unconscious this weekend while covering the ITM Auckland Super Sprint in Pukekohe.

The opinion so far is mixed, with some claiming that the camera will be able to do anything Android 4.1 allows it to do, while others say that it won’t ever be possible.

We’ll know sooner or later as the developers start receiving their cameras, but either way, VOIP calling using applications such as Skype and Google Voice should work just fine.

Developers are already talking about the possibility of introducing voice calling to the camera — a feature Samsung left out of the camera, presumably to avoid cannibalizing its smartphones.

Over on the xda-developers forum, there’s a thread in which photography-enthusiast developers are discussing whether or not it’s even possible for the camera to be hacked to make calls.

Its model is “EK-GC100”, and its classification is — interestingly enough — “mobile phone.” (via xda-developers via DPReview) New Zealand motorsports photographer Dirk Klynsmith was assaulted and knocked unconscious this weekend while covering the ITM Auckland Super Sprint in Pukekohe.

The opinion so far is mixed, with some claiming that the camera will be able to do anything Android 4.1 allows it to do, while others say that it won’t ever be possible.

We’ll know sooner or later as the developers start receiving their cameras, but either way, VOIP calling using applications such as Skype and Google Voice should work just fine.

Developers are already talking about the possibility of introducing voice calling to the camera — a feature Samsung left out of the camera, presumably to avoid cannibalizing its smartphones.

Over on the xda-developers forum, there’s a thread in which photography-enthusiast developers are discussing whether or not it’s even possible for the camera to be hacked to make calls.

It uses neural networks to generate faux depth and blur.