One of the most-hyped features in the new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone is its “time-shifting” camera. When you take a photo of someone’s face, the phone lets you pick the “best face” moment (within a few seconds of pressing the shutter), leaving the rest of the photo untouched.
The benefit of the time-shift is to eliminate group photos that are spoiled because one person blinked or had a goofy expression. Just zoom in on Owen’s face, rewind a second to where his eyes are open and his tongue isn’t hanging out, and you have the perfect family photo. In my review of the Z10, I found the feature, made possible by the phone’s dual-core processor and BlackBerry 10 software, to work as promised.
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