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Does questions specifically related to the following consider on-topic?

Camera Array

(Reference: http://petapixel.com/2013/01/21/creating-3d-portraits-using-an-array-of-digital-cameras/)

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Android Camera

(e.g. Polaroid's Android Camera show in CES 2013)

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Depends on the question to a certain extent - if it were about writing a program to control the array, then I wouldn't see that as on-topic here, but better suited to Stack Overflow. If the question were about combining the shots to form a video, then that may be better on Audio-Video production. For questions about lighting/rigging the array, then that would seem more obviously on-topic; Similarly, if you were asking how to set some obscure setting on an Android powered camera, I would be surprised if people considered it off topic.

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  • It would be better suited to Android Enthusiasts if it concerns controlling the camera via Android API. Stack Overflow does cover Android, but really I think they are more general questions than anything else. – Peng Tuck Kwok May 3 '13 at 3:42

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