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In our guide How to use mobile phones as securely as possible , we discussed the security challenges of using basic mobile phones – including issues with voice communication and text messaging (SMS/MMS) services. Those phones primarily (if not exclusively) use mobile networks to transfer calls and data.

How to use mobile phones as securely as possible

Advances in technology now mean that mobile phones can provide services and features similar to desktop or laptop computers. These smartphones offer many new ways to communicate and capture and disseminate media. To provide these new functionalities, the smartphones not only use the mobile network, but also connect to the internet either via a wifi connection (similar to a laptop at an internet cafe) or via data connections through the mobile network operator.

So while you can, of course, make phone calls with a smartphone, it is better to view smartphones as small computing devices. This means that the other material in this toolkit is relevant to your use of your smartphone as well as your computer.

Smartphones usually support a wide range of functionality – web browsing, email, voice and instant messaging over the internet, capturing, storing and transmitting audio, videos and photos, enabling social networking, multi-user games, banking and many other activities. However, many of these tools and features introduce new security issues, or increase existing risks.

For instance, some smartphones have built-in geo-location () functionality, which means they can provide your precise location to your mobile network operator by default, and to many applications you use on your phone (such as social networking, mapping, browsing and other applications). As mentioned before, mobile phones already relay your location information to your mobile network operator (as part of the normal functions of the phone). However, the additional GPS functionality not only increases the precision of your location information, it also increases the amount of places where this information might be distributed.

It's worth reviewing all the risks associated with mobile phones discussed in our guide How to use mobile phones as securely as possible as all of them are also relevant to smartphone use. That guide also covers issues of eavesdropping, interception of SMS or phone calls, SIM card related issues, and best practices.

In this guide we'll take a look at the additional security challenges posed by smartphones.

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At least four Watchkeeper army drones being tested in Cardigan Bay have been damaged beyond repair, with each one costing almost £6m each.

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) said it is "too early" to say whether a fifth drone, which crashed near a school in Ceredigion last month, is salvageable.

If all five are beyond repair, it brings total losses to almost £30m.

Four of the drones have crashed in Aberporth so far, either on land or in the sea.

Watchkeeper, which is designed to provide "vital intelligence gathering and surveillance for the British Army", is now expecting to cost at least £1.1bn, against an initial estimate of £800m.

The MoD ordered 54 Watchkeepers in 2005 as part of an £847m deal. Originally, it was hoped they would be in service by 2010.

As of November, Watchkeeper has flown for 2,859 hours, but only 146 of those were "on operations" according to the MoD.

Pictures gathered by BBC Wales last month show one of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles was badly damaged and broken into pieces when it crashed in a field near Penparc School on 13 June.

Ceredigion MP Ben Lake has called for the Watchkeeper's flight path to be diverted away from the school.

"There have been significant concerns," he said.

"A lot of people have raised them with me, a lot of parents in particular.

"They are concerned because they are aware of a number of accidents now with these drones and are asking how safe are they, if they're flying close to the school."

A spokesperson for the MOD confirmed that Watchkeeper resumed flying from West Wales Airport on 17 July following the crash.

The MoD said: "Following a review, it has been concluded that it is safe to resume flying."

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This animated Giff shows what's going on with camera judder vs display judder and certainly Tessive's downloadable Alexa demos are very interesting. http://tessive.com/tech-blog/ The same shots viewed on a computer monitor compared with a TV can differentiate display judder.
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Patrick Finnegan

Re: How to avoid motion artifacts at 24p/25p/30p?

Thu Jul 21, 2016 3:45 am

I have used the Timeshaper software and can vouch for it being a fantastic app. It works best when you shoot at 120 fps with a 360 degree shutter but from that base footage it has algorithms which can let you finish at any frame rate you want and completely without motion judder. I was doing some ship to ship shooting from a barge with a technocrane and a stabilized head and once we got into post we found a horrible jello and judder effect in some of the footage that we did not see in camera or on the monitor, It turns out that the dual engines on the barge were setting up harmonics which were throwing off the stabilized head electronically. The Timeshaper software from Tessive was amazing. it completely analyzed the footage and compensated for both judder and jello. The footage came out perfect. Tony Davis who wrote the software is a brilliant mathematician (formerly with Los Alamos Labs I believe) and very helpful to speak to. Can;t recommend it more highly.
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Denny Smith

Re: How to avoid motion artifacts at 24p/25p/30p?

Thu Jul 21, 2016 5:43 am

Patrick, can it be effectly used when shooting only 60fps and being down the time line to 24fps to get normal motion look? Looks very interesting, especially when ramping up,or down for over/under crank look.
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Craig Marshall

Re: How to avoid motion artifacts at 24p/25p/30p?

Thu Jul 21, 2016 7:30 am

Shame it's not available for the PC though they told me they are working on that. The best stand alone stabiliser I've found for the PC is Mercalli v4 which completely eliminates tripod shake and all CMOS jello issues - it is also addresses your GPU and encodes to ProRes too which is a plus for PC users.
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