A little 'FaceTime' Demo with yours truly and John Gruber from DaringFireball.net
Obvious CGI. Shame on you. :P
Wow, that camera work gave me a headache.
You're just shamelessly showing off the view from your apartment.
I wish bloggers could master filming things without looking like they have Parkinson's disease. Whether it's filming a leaked or stolen product or capturing something on a computer screen, people haven't come up with an elegant way to film without shakes, ugly reflections, and blurryness.
It's called a tripod. ;)
Steve told you not to hold it that way.
Gruber said "I'm going to hit it". Hehehehehe
That password prompt popped up twice between his call. He was so ashamed of it he moved the phone out of the frame both times to get rid of the dialog.
Why doesn't it work with iChat?
Why did it keep asking you for your password??
@ Derek Bolander, all you can do is complain? Tisk tisk.
@Apoorv Khatreja: He was holding the camera in his other hand... How else was he going to hit the button?
What's his phone number?
Wow, I hope you people complaining about the less than Hollywood steadicam quality never see a Michael Bay movie. Or an episode of 24. Or the news.
Yeah Derek because we all know everyone's gonna be using tripods with this, so that's what they should be showing us so we know what to expect in real world use. *EYEROLL*
I'm really surprised that your screen didn't crack while displaying Grubby's ugly mug!
What are you looking at Dicknose
I think we're neighbors. See you at Whole Foods.
Video doesn't work for me. Can you provide a WebM version? Ta.
The password thing was weird -- was that from the WiFi router? It did seem like to pulled the phone out of frame when it happened, which made it seem even weirder.
I have to agree with with the comment about bloggers learning a little about capturing tech demos better on camera. No, the iPhone doesn't need to be on a steadicam or tripod since that's being shown as it would be in real life, but figuring out the camera angles to avoid glare etc. etc. would be nice -- especially since tech geeks should be able to figure this out. If they can't, who ever will?
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