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  1. m2007

    m2007 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    when i take a picture with something moving it blurs. did that make sense?;p just annoying that even the slightest movement will cause the moving part to blur.. ( nodding head, waving hand, etc)no stabiliser or something?
     

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  2. mcnob

    mcnob Well-Known Member

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    Personally, I swear by Camera 360 app cos it almost erradicates problems like this. Your principal problem is not enough light. You can go some way to cutting down on the problem by changing the ISO setting in the standard camera app. A higher ISO means faster shutter speed (less blur) but will result in more grainy pictures.

    The more light you can get on the subject, the better. If you're using a higher ISO in a low-light situation, put the flash on permanent and hope for the best.

    The camera aperture used ISN'T of the highest quality but it does the job as long as you know what you're doing.
     
  3. wastedagen

    wastedagen Well-Known Member

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    Forgive me if i'm hijacking this thread but can I ask if you are able to select maximum resolution (3264 x 1952 widescreen) in the settings. Whenever I do I get the Camera Initialization Error. I have the DHD.:confused:
     
  4. eddiewawa

    eddiewawa Well-Known Member

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    hang on, ISO is the settings that configures how much light is picked up right? so surely for blur-iness we should be trying to configure something like shutter speed? does this camera 360 do that?
     
  5. ares

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    By increasing the ISO number you increase the sensitivity of the camera sensor to light, i.e. more light is picked up.
    Picking a higher ISO compensates for shutter speed in a way that it shortens the shutter speed.

    For example,
    a blurry photo: ISO 200 - Shutter speed 1/40 th of a second
    a normal photo with ISO doubled: ISO 400 - SHutter speed 1/80th of a second
     
  6. eddiewawa

    eddiewawa Well-Known Member

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    Oooo i seeeee! ty for the quick explanation to this...but still, is the DHD capable of faster shutter speeds without adjusting the ISO then? :confused:
     

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