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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    have been a nokia man for years now,but saw the desire once in a vodafone store,and loved it!!only issues just now are the battery life,and the video camera.took a video of our pup,and it was"jerky".was'nt in low light or anything.so tried another video in an even lighter area,but was the same.is this a software issue or are there settings to cancel this out??many thanks.
     

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    EmperorKabir Well-Known Member

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    minor issues tend to be rectified with updates, particularly camera issues. Wait for Froyo and then the camera should be squeaky clean.
     
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    marcjohnson Well-Known Member

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    Hold your hand still.
     
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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    funny
     
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    I took some good video yesterday whilst moving, after fiddling with thr settings it wad spot on
     
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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    will have a look at the settings just now.tx for that.:)
     
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    Hah, it's not shakey for me either, maybe hold your hand still was best advice :p I have it on all the top settings btw
     
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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    not shaky,the image is"jerky".not shaking the camera whilst videoing.
     
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    ahh ok, do you have it set as the max quality in settings and widescreen?
     
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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    yeah.it's marginally better after adjusting the settings,but as the other guy said,it may be fixed after the next update.tx.
     
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    Could be down to card speed as mentioned in another thread.
     
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    SurfXombie Well-Known Member

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    Try Camera Zoom Fx I get much better shots than the standard camera.
    It could be the stability check or the fact you can set jpeg to 100% or something else.

    EDIT: Tried some shots with each. One thing I note is that Widescreen actually zooms in to achieve this and looses some detail.
     
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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    ok.tx mate.
     
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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    will try that,and let you know.tx for your help.:)
     
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    I've tested 4x different handsets and I agree bobby, the video has a slight 'ripple' type movement to it (this happened on all 4x phones) so I'm of the opinion it's just the way it is.

    I'm not unhappy with the video, it's not awesome but it's good enough :)
     
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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    yeah,tx tef.not a major issue,but was'nt sure if i could do something to help,or if there was an update that would help.tx for replying.:)
     
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    I have one question, sorry for off topic, so is there any camera app that provides a quality panorama capture?
     
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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    mot sure on that one,im currently looking on the market to find one.when i do i'll let you know,and you can let me know if you find one too?cheers.
     
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    Movie 'wobble' is a well know issue with most types of CMOS imaging sensor, popularly used in very small and inexpensive cameras, from Webcams to cameraphones, but also some big and expensive DSLR cameras.

    The problem is caused by the pixels being read-out in series from the top of the frame to the bottom. This is called a rolling shutter. If there is any motion during the frame read-out, there will be motion distortion. So if you shake your camera from left to right you will see a wobbling effect that can be very unpleasant. The only remedy is to avoid fast camera movements and to keep the camera as steady as possible.

    Ian
     
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    tx for that ian. the light sensor from the camera goes darker for a few moments,then goes lighter.noticed this whilst taking a video of our pup in the livingroom which allows plenty light.almost impossible to get a decent video of the pup without the"jerky"or"strobing"effect,as he runs around a lot.like I said earlier,not a MAJOR issue,but an issue none the less.can only hope the next update(whenever that'll be)will be the cure.tx again.
    bob.
     
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    Have you ensured the flicker compensation (50/60Hz) option in the camera tools menu has been selected for your part of the world (50Hz in Europe and 60Hz in the US, for example)?

    Ian
     
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    bobbyd68 Member This Topic's Starter

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    hi ian.no,as I did'nt even know what they were for!! many tx again for the info.will give it a try and let you know the outcome.
    bob.
     

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