So I Bumped Into Mr. BlurryCam This Morning…

Today marks the triumphant return of Mr. Blurrycam. While riding the train this morning, I was fortunate enough to catch the Droid X being used by an unassuming individual. “This is the perfect opportunity to test the EVO’s 8MP camera!” I thought. I was sitting on the upper level of the train and out of sight of the individual using the Droid X, so I immediately started snapping photos of the not-yet-released device. What you see below is the result of pictures being taken from the upper level of a moving train. Thanks for nothing, Mr. Blurrycam.

You can blame the Cook County Circuit Court for Mr. Blurrycam’s return. I no longer carry my DSLR with me because cameras are not allowed in the courthouse.

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  1. Steve
    June 23, 14:59 Reply

    I know exactly where and what train these are being taken. Motorola has a r&d facility in Libertyville, IL and many employees take the metra train from the city. I've seen my share of prototypes.

  2. yohan
    June 25, 07:02 Reply

    nice post man, thanks for sharing :)

  3. mutiara
    June 26, 15:48 Reply

    you mean you take this from a surveillance cam?

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