The term ‘creatives’ encompasses a whole spectrum of people, from designers and photographers to writers and fashionistas, and in more recent years, just about anyone who loves doing creative things on their smartphones. Camera limitations mean you’re stuck scrolling through a lot of clichés – but a new smartphone could change all that, making it the ultimate accessory for creatives who love to snap and share.
Now you can capture photos that fall outside the frame of the ordinary! The new LG X cam’s dual camera, made up of a 13MP regular lens and a 120° wide angle lens, lets you to capture the world exactly as you see it – allowing you to capture the bigger picture!
- Now you’ll have enough space to do jumping jacks or replicate the Charlie’s Angels fight pose! Face detection software like that used in LG X cam’s Auto Shot function means you won’t even need to enlist the help of a friend to take the snap, so no one has to be left out of the picture!
- Broaden the horizons of your landscape photography and capture nature in all its glory, or snap your favourite décor patterns and fabrics in just one wide angled click.
- Now more options are available when it comes to styled shoots and you won’t even have to step back or stand on a step ladder to fit everything in. Give your posts a new spin with the Panorama shot function and share your mouth-watering food creations along with all the ingredients you used to make them!
HOW TO ENTER
To win an LG X cam of your own valued at R5 499, just comment below with your answer to this simple question:
If you sign up before 6 September at Vodacom, what can you win…..
The winner will be selected randomly and notified telephonically and via email. Employees of Isiko Media (Pty) Ltd, the promoters and their families are not eligible to enter.
Competition closes: 10 October 2016.
The winner of the LG X cam is Patricia Beverley
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