Camera settings - adjust quality/JPEG compression?
Is anyone interested in a camera setting to adjust quality, i.e., the JPEG compression? If so, I'd like to encourage everyone to contact HTC and let them know it is a desired feature to implement on the HTC EVO 4G LTE. I assume this feature is currently not implemented (at least I couldn't find it in the camera settings).
I'd guess that the camera is currently defaulting to a "superfine" setting which results in fairly sizable JPGs, but that setting is not accessible to see or change. Superfine is great for outdoor or other well-lit photographs, but for darker indoor/motion pictures, the "fine" or "normal" setting would be more appropriate to match the photo type as it's usually blurry or fuzzy anyway, so any "superfine" details are only capturing the details of the artifacts/blur so it's a waste to create large file sizes without good lighting.
Last I read on this subject, HTC was interested in feedback on what to modify on the camera interface, among other things. I think I read that somewhere, perhaps on this forum on an old discussion thread regarding issues with the camera focus.
I liked the ability to set compression/quality as seen on the original EVO, where you could set the compression/quality to normal, fine, or superfine. I actually prefer normal because that results in much smaller file sizes (e.g., 1/3 of the size) to save space etc. when you are doing indoor/crappy photos without great lighting.
Apologies if already covered, but I didn't encounter much detail on this subject when searching the forum.
Is anyone else interested in this, or am I a lone voice lost in a crowd here? I think it's great to add features like this, and HTC previously had the feature in earlier phones like the OG EVO. I think they would add it in if we get a good sized group of people providing feedback? Anyone know a specific way of contacting HTC to provide this feedback, besides their general contact info?