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Old May 4th, 2010, 06:59 PM   #101 (permalink)
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My pictures look fine. If it was too dark, then you can always adjust the brightness.

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took a couple snapshots on Friday testing out the camera (default settings), it's a hell of a lot better than my old Omnia.



these big guys dont show much in color, just wanted to toss 'em in...
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Android and Me just did a comparison with the Nexus One camera. Nexus one seem to have won.

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Took some pics from within my car in bright sunlight. I bumped the resolution down to 3 MP so that the pics aren't as noisy. I noticed that the 8 MP setting is perhaps a little too much for such a small lens. I cropped the second photo to get under the forum limit.
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I had to post this because it came out SO awesome. The only thing I did was reduced the resolution to 800x478 so it wasn't a burden. This is quite an awesome camera!!! (Not to mention an awesome phone!!!)

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Android and Me just did a comparison with the Nexus One camera. Nexus one seem to have won.

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Not sure what he was doing to get such bad pics. My Incredible takes awesome pics. Even in low light. I am very happy with the camera on this phone
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How did everyone get their pictures so crystal clear?

When I look through all of these photos I am impressed with the quality of the camera and the amazing pictures that were taken. I've even seen a few in lower light that really look good. I finally got off my ass today and decided to take about 15 pictures with my phone and I was not pleased. Granted I didn't go far, I was hoping for more clarity. My old Voyager took a better picture in light, it seems.

Any thoughts or possible tweaks would be helpful. I like the camera alright, but I really wished my pictures looked more like what some of you are showing.

Here is a link to my Picasa where I uploaded all of my photos from today.
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Gotta keep dem hands steady!
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How did everyone get their pictures so crystal clear?

When I look through all of these photos I am impressed with the quality of the camera and the amazing pictures that were taken. I've even seen a few in lower light that really look good. I finally got off my ass today and decided to take about 15 pictures with my phone and I was not pleased. Granted I didn't go far, I was hoping for more clarity. My old Voyager took a better picture in light, it seems.

Any thoughts or possible tweaks would be helpful. I like the camera alright, but I really wished my pictures looked more like what some of you are showing.

Here is a link to my Picasa where I uploaded all of my photos from today.
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Check if your Quality is set to 'High', keep your hands steady, and make sure your shot is in focus before taking the picture (tap to focus until the focus is correct).
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Old May 6th, 2010, 11:12 PM   #112 (permalink)
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How did everyone get their pictures so crystal clear
I didn't do it in the picture I posted above, but I found turning on he delay there is an option for 2 seconds. That way I don't have any issue if(when) I push the button. Obviously this wouldn't work too good on something moving but for most pics I've been getting really good results using this method.
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Check if your Quality is set to 'High', keep your hands steady, and make sure your shot is in focus before taking the picture (tap to focus until the focus is correct).
The default options have the quality at High, I've not changed a thing. I did tap to focus as well as checking for and letting it autofocus, before most of the pictures. Some of the pictures seem blurry, others seem fairly crisp. My hands seemed pretty steady, I wasn't Michale J. Foxing it all over my yard, if you know what I mean. I will double check and take a couple more pictures and compare.


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I didn't do it in the picture I posted above, but I found turning on he delay there is an option for 2 seconds. That way I don't have any issue if(when) I push the button. Obviously this wouldn't work too good on something moving but for most pics I've been getting really good results using this method.
This sounds like a pretty good idea. I had something like this on my Voyager and it seemed to take pretty decent pictures. I'm a little disappointed with the flash, but it's not a big deal. I'm just hoping for mostly clear pictures. I'll give this a shot and see if it helps.

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Here's 2 of mine, i agree with whats been said, steady hands are a must

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Here's a car i saw and took from my car window:
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wow that is amazing quality. Mine don't come out like this at all, they are rather jagged'y .. your post seems to imply that you didn't change any of the default settings, is that right?
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How did everyone get their pictures so crystal clear?

When I look through all of these photos I am impressed with the quality of the camera and the amazing pictures that were taken. I've even seen a few in lower light that really look good. I finally got off my ass today and decided to take about 15 pictures with my phone and I was not pleased. Granted I didn't go far, I was hoping for more clarity. My old Voyager took a better picture in light, it seems.

Any thoughts or possible tweaks would be helpful. I like the camera alright, but I really wished my pictures looked more like what some of you are showing.

Here is a link to my Picasa where I uploaded all of my photos from today.
Picasa Web Albums - dextrose - Incredible Pi...
yeah, mine aren't coming out very nice either. My log LG VX 8300 took nicer pics.

Mine look much like that bush of yours.

Does zooming degrade the quality of the pic?
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This one came out kinda dark.


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yeah, mine aren't coming out very nice either. My log LG VX 8300 took nicer pics.

Mine look much like that bush of yours.

Does zooming degrade the quality of the pic?
I think the lens in the Incredible is a fixed focal length lens (like all camera phones) so the zoom is done digitally -- consequently, this degrades the image quality.
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Here's a pic I took of Sam Leccia rolling a Nub Connecticut at Cigarfest last weekend. I sized it down a bit. The phone takes good pics. This was indoors with mercury vapor lighting. Good white balance and focus with little grain considering the lighting conditions.

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yeah, mine aren't coming out very nice either. My log LG VX 8300 took nicer pics.

Mine look much like that bush of yours.

Does zooming degrade the quality of the pic?
I assume that this is the case. I am going to have to devote more time and effort into this, though. I noticed that most people have sized down their pictures considerably. I am wonder if maybe I should shoot in a smaller resolution and change up a few settings.

I plan on taking some more pics over the weekend and I hope that my results are better. I'm going to axe the zooming for now and make sure that my hands are steady. Hopefully I can figure out the magical formula that makes these look so damned good.
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This phone can really almost replace any point and shoot camera. I LOVE THIS PHONE!
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The sensor is tiny, so it can't compare to a good compact camera in image quality, but it's great to have in a phone. One issue is that the flash drains the battery immensely. If anyone would like to pixel peep, I have a set of photos from today taken with my Incredible here. Just click on "All sizes" and "Original" to see a full res version.
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Snapped a picture of a baby robin today sitting on my window sill.

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Just something I came across after a stom last night on Long Island. Default settings.
 
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whoa!!! great picture, bad situation!
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Can anyone upload some videos that the Incredible took?
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Can anyone upload some videos that the Incredible took?

Here's a little vid..

It looks a little better on my phone than on youtube.

and before anybody says it.. he should not have been putting all his weight on his back leg through the swing.


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Just something I came across after a stom last night on Long Island. Default settings.
Another Long Islander eh? Here's my obligatory storm picture, also default settings.

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shouldve taken a pic of my tree that fell another long islander here..
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The sensor is tiny, so it can't compare to a good compact camera in image quality, but it's great to have in a phone. One issue is that the flash drains the battery immensely. If anyone would like to pixel peep, I have a set of photos from today taken with my Incredible here. Just click on "All sizes" and "Original" to see a full res version.
The picture of the two dogs looked really good. I am not looking for super amazing pictures, I am just looking to get better quality out of this camera than the one on my Voyager. So far, that really hasn't been the case.
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Really reall enjoying taking pictures with this thing! Here's a few more:

Low light:




And just for fun:

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I took another round of shots with the camera. I left the default settings on. Some of them look good, others not so much.

Take a look.

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The sensor is tiny, so it can't compare to a good compact camera in image quality, but it's great to have in a phone. One issue is that the flash drains the battery immensely. If anyone would like to pixel peep, I have a set of photos from today taken with my Incredible here. Just click on "All sizes" and "Original" to see a full res version.
umm.... have you seen the size of the sensor on compact cameras? they're about the same size.. honestly my incredible has about the same picture quality as my 10mp point and shoot.. then again the sensor on my camera is about the size of roach turd... which any $100 camera will have... i miss my old 4mp camera that had one massive sensor on it...
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I took a few more pictures and I'm still doing something wrong, it seems. I see so many great looking pictures, but mine seem so blurry by comparison. =(

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Yes, I am underwhelmed with the quality of pictures of this 8MP camera too. The 1.3 MP camera on my LG VX-8300 produced more pleasing pictures out of the box.

I don't know why, but this lack of quality in the DInc is a bit disappointing - otherwise I am pretty happy with the camera (well, battery life could always be better
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Here is another vid shot with the DI

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Setting adjustments or just stock settings?

Also, what a good dog. Is that a retriever?
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Some pics I took with default setting

Some pics from yesterday:








And some from the DZ:





My dog:



And to keep with the 8th Gen theme.. Not taken from my Incredible:

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Just a tip for those taking pics.

I switched my settings to standard 4:3 aspect ratio. I noticed that the widescreen settings was cutting off the top and bottom of my photos, since it is not really a wider angle. So unless you have the perfect widescreen image in mind, it's usually best to capture as much as you can and crop it later. Standard photography tip.

But the widescreen setting does fill up the DI's screen better obviously.
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Setting adjustments or just stock settings?

Also, what a good dog. Is that a retriever?
Just standard settings. It was a really sunny day, probably 6pm or so. Yes he is a Golden Retriever, year and half old, 90 lbs. I will try to get some more videos under different light.
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Just snapped one of the car as I pulled it into the garage after washing it. =)

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Just snapped one of the car as I pulled it into the garage after washing it. =)
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umm.... have you seen the size of the sensor on compact cameras? they're about the same size.. honestly my incredible has about the same picture quality as my 10mp point and shoot.. then again the sensor on my camera is about the size of roach turd... which any $100 camera will have... i miss my old 4mp camera that had one massive sensor on it...

When I said "good compact", I was referring to compacts with 1/1.6 - 1/1.8" sensors (eg Panasonic LX3, Canon S90), which have much larger sensors and much better image quality than the Incredible. I agree that the Incredible camera is good enough to replace a low-end dedicated compact camera.
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