Some more rain and lightning in Kuwait

Today I got a chance to finally make use of the BestPic feature on my K800i mobile. Once you enable this feature, all you do is focus the camera where you want to and then semi-depress the button. The moment you see something you want to capture (like a lightning in my case); you completely depress the button and it takes 9 shots.

Here’s the interesting bit – 4 shots are taken from before you pressed the button and the remaining after it! How it does it is that it probably stores the images in a buffer while you’ve got the button semi-depressed.

More pictures of the recent rains in Kuwait, here.


3 Responses to “Some more rain and lightning in Kuwait”

  1. 1 Fonzy April 15, 2007 at 10:38 am

    i have a k800i and didnt know bout this feature. i guess i need to read the catalogue 😛 how do u activate it?

  2. 2 Sabah Hussain April 15, 2007 at 10:58 am

    When in camera mode click on the Settings button (the one above the Back button) and navigate to Shoot Mode and then select BestPic.

    Needless to say, if you’re shooting something at night, then also set the Scenes option to Twilight Portrait/Landscape.

    There’s a lot of options and fun to be had in this camera..erm.. mobile 🙂

    The Frames also provide some fun backgrounds and templates for images.

  3. 3 Fonzy April 15, 2007 at 3:44 pm

    great! thanks 🙂

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