Nikon announces my Picturetown

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Nikon’s latest image sharing and storage service is known as my Picturetown, where it delivers a host of new functions to boot. This is the most recent version that delivers a greater amount of collaboration with Facebook, enabling users to post links to shared albums directly to Facebook. Not only that, you are able to utilize your list of Facebook friends in order to send links to shared albums, apart from posting to or playing Motion Snapshot files from Facebook itself. Just what is Motion Snapshot? Well, this feature will propose a new form of imaging expression, where it is based on Nikon’s latest advanced cameras with interchangeable lenses, which would be the Nikon 1 J1 and V1.

Apart from that, you can expect new functions thrown into the mix for those who are part of the Gold Account fraternity (members who fork out a fee for additional storage space), and one of those new functions would be the ability to password protect shared albums.

When you are in Motion Snapshot mode, all you need to do is press the shutter-release button to record a still image as well as approximately a second of high-resolution, slow-motion movie footage that begins prior and ends after the time the shutter-release button was pressed. When you play a movie footage at 0.4x normal speed, the still image, and background music, Motion Snapshot will enable users to express impressive moments that offer the minute changes in expression. Guess your home movies will end up being even more professional than ever before!

Anyone out there who feel that Facebook is becoming more and more bloated with all the apps introduced for it? The Facebook experience is getting more and more integrated with so many other services and apps, that logging on to find out what your mates are up to isn’t the only thing to do these days. Sometimes, simplicity is king – what do you think?

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