Insanely Great Nexus Camera - "Just you wait and see"


  1. SiempreTuna

    SiempreTuna Well-Known Member


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  2. SalasarYumi

    SalasarYumi Well-Known Member

    If that is true then the new Nexus would be great but I hope the price is not also insane.
  3. SiempreTuna

    SiempreTuna Well-Known Member

    Definitely - the BEST feature of my N4 is the price. Everything else about it is great, but the price is simply OUTSTANDING!
  4. Digital Controller

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    Couldn't agree more.

    I would love to see the 13MP cameras they are talking about. Certainly would be a bump up from the 5MP on my GNex :(
  5. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    Or he might mean something other than more megapix - hopefully :)
  6. Davdi

    Davdi Well-Known Member Contributor

    Sensor size matters more than Pixel count. my 9MP bridge camera gives better results than a 14MP compact because the sensor is larger, so the individual pixels are also larger. this is most noticeable in more extreme conditions (Night and bright sunlight).
    I've just started playing with HDR and the resulsts vary from natural to almost airbrushed bright colours. The Android PRO HDR Camera gives good (and in-App tweaking od images). oddly it works better on my HTC WFS than on my Xperia U where the results look a bit 'Over Processed for dramatic effect'
  7. Demache

    Demache Well-Known Member

    I would rather see an increase in the sensor size and the lens. You get more quality out of every pixel.

    Now obviously, your never going to get DSLR quality. With those you can get very clear and decent shots WITHOUT flash indoors and nothing more than a modest overhead lamp. But improved indoor light sensitivity, and sharper images without post processing would more welcome then 14355433 MegaPixels.

    If you need more megapixels, buy an actual camera.
  8. SiempreTuna

    SiempreTuna Well-Known Member

    I agree with the sensor-size guys. The most exciting thing about the new HTC One for me was the switch from 1.4 nanometer (?) to 2 nanometer pixels.

    You have to wonder about the low-light noise on a 13MP sensor - that's a heckuvalota pixels to cram into a tiny sensor.

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