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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

How To Recover Pictures and Data From Corrupt Memory Card

How To Recover Pictures and Data From Corrupt Memory Card
How To Recover Pictures and Data From Corrupt Memory Card

Unsurprisingly, this is the part that picture busiest Huawei at the P9 the presentation conference on 6 April. It must be said that the phone has some special features that side because we have two sensors instead of one. She also partnered with Leica, which needs no introduction, just to symbolize the "pro" side of his photo part. If they are not really new, the use made of the two sensors the Chinese firm is innovative because it does not just some gadgets effects such as the development afterwards.

As usual, the brand has also played the card of the comparison to highlight his phone. She let her camera sensor up to 90% more light than the Galaxy S7. The model chosen is nothing trivial since the S7 has shown its ability to make excellent pictures in dim light, it is even according to our best current cameraphone comparison. With almost two times more light to P9, could pass the moon to the sun? We wanted to check with this comparison.

Before moving to the comparison, carry a reminder of the characteristics of image sensors of the two smartphones: Huawei P9 is entitled to two sensors 12 mpx opening to f / 2.2. The matrix of the first is a traditional RGB, while the other is black and white. No color so with the latter, which in particular to take better pictures in black and white. Two sensors also mean more light, especially as the photosites measure 1.2 microns. We have already spoken at length about the Galaxy S7 photo sensor on our face to face with the iPhone 6S. It is this time 12 mpx, with an aperture of f / 1.7. The photosites are larger, with 1.4 microns this time, but there is only one sensor.

As might be expected, outside, it is very difficult to separate the two phones. The rendering is very good in both, a slight color difference is noted, and the assessment will remain very subjective. Note however that P9 has a greater angle than the S7. Inside, in a room lit (darkly), we begin to see the Galaxy S7 stand out from P9 by more brightness. P9 accuses plus a red hue and a tendency to over-saturate colors. Something we've seen on other pictures in our tests. Yellowness of the S7 are not extraordinary, but still natural. Despite announcements of Huawei and its thundering declarations, it is clear in the darkness that the result is very clearly in favor of Samsung. The grain is necessarily marked, but the cliché is perfectly readable. It cannot be said of P9, where knickknacks are barely distinguishable. Note, however, the presence of a "night mode" at Huawei, but very long exposure used in this mode requires the use of a foot.

With flash the story is a little different, Huawei flash overexposed least the stage, but also less relief and development is less just. If overexposure Samsung is here not too troublesome, it may be a little more depending on the subject. Preference is more relief on a face, for example, but better exposure in a work of art. It will here enjoy the result in each case.


In general, we can say that the P9 provides benefits quite honorable. But, contrary to what was wanted us to believe Huawei during his lecture, he can equal and even less surpasses, the Galaxy S7. The Korean phone remains to this day the most successful and most versatile of the market, if you exclude devices that experimental be qualified. Remains black and white shot that captured him since the phone has a monochrome matrix, our colleagues at The Digital were also interested in that particular point. Effects "focus", to simulate an aperture of f / 0.95 for a beautiful bokeh may amuse some, but this is an anecdotal use, especially as this mode cannot be used in black and white ... yet the highlight of the smartphone.

The US agency has opened the archives of his shuttle Earth to the public. These some 2.95 million copies of the Earth were released by NASA on the dedicated portal Asterweb this Friday, April 8, 2016. They come from the Japanese ASTER sensor onboard the Terra shuttle, launched in 1999 as part of a study program on the evolution of the Earth. The EOS program (Earth Observing System) and scans the Earth's fauna, flora and even pollution for almost 17 years. Asterweb The portal offers various categories of photos: volcanoes, glaciers, cities, archeology, hydrology ... It is also possible to access snapshots of the atmosphere or the biosphere. "We expect a drastic increase in the number of users of our data," said Michael Abrams, head of the team in charge of the ASTER sensor. Before, it was still possible to access data from ASTER, but the site was limited. At least for users who refused to pay. This economic model is now over. Indeed, NASA is pursuing a process of opening its data for a while now. Among the latest published images is supported including a beautiful "Sunrise Earth" seen from the moon.

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