Couple of almost macro shots using my EVO


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  1. shappy

    shappy Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Took these last night in a dim room. The illumination was from the phone's flash. It took a few attempts to get them in focus, but the results are pretty good for a camera on a phone.

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    Here are direct links for better views 1 2

    Given a choice, I would still prefer my regular shooter, but I am quite satisfied with what the EVO camera can do in a pinch.

    Video is still a bit disappointing, but again, good for a phone.
     

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  2. slow4g63

    slow4g63 Member

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    look good!!
    if you have enough light when you're shooting a video it's not too bad!
    but when it's dark it's awful, we can't really complain though when it's a phone!!
     
  3. ArtGuy

    ArtGuy Well-Known Member

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    Those are pretty nice for a cell phone cam.

    I am still waiting for my EVO to come in, but I was wondering how much control, if any, you have over things like shutter speed, aperture, and iso. Are those settings adjustable, or is the camera full-auto?
     
  4. IXIShogunR1

    IXIShogunR1 Well-Known Member

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    the ISO can be auto, or user set
    i have not seen a shutter speed setting so i don't think you can adjust that.
    the rest is brightness, contras, sharpness, saturation
    it also has fliters to change what it looks like
    blue tint, orange tint, negative, ect...
     
  5. twospirits

    twospirits AF's janitor Moderator

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    are those shots taken with the EVO only or with the macro attachment.

    TS
     
  6. ragebot

    ragebot Well-Known Member

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    RANT ALERT

    While I am happy with the camera in my EVO it is no replacement for even my worst DSLR or digicam.

    That being said macro by definition means what photographers call 1:1. What that means is that something 1cm long in real life will produce an image 1cm long on the sensor.

    While there is nothing wrong with the pix posted by the OP they are far from macro.

    END RANT ALERT
     

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