Pics Taken with Evo with Camera Lense Protection

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by NvrEnough, Jun 17, 2010.

  1. NvrEnough

    NvrEnough Well-Known Member
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    I have the Evo Naked and I wanted to somehow protect the Camera. I cut a small circle of Screen Protector for the Back Camera for protection. I cant tell a difference on pics that I have taken with the protection on or off. I used a standard screen protector from sprint.

    Sorry resizing pics

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  2. stevieo526

    stevieo526 Active Member
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    good to know, thanks
     
  3. NvrEnough

    NvrEnough Well-Known Member
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    No problem, I tried to re size the pics for the forum but couldn't figure it out.

    I will shoot a pic of the back of the phone. I cant even tell there is a screen protector on the camera.
     
  4. kellte2

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    I put on some excess Zagg on the back of the camera and it caused autofocus problems. Made my decision simple: go naked.
     
  5. NvrEnough

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    Pics are better with auto focus off :)
     
  6. NiCK Crush

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    really?
     
  7. NvrEnough

    NvrEnough Well-Known Member
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    I have had better luck with it off,
     
  8. Droidone

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    How did you cut the film and was it a perfect fit?
     
  9. NvrEnough

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    Sorry for the horrible pics but I cant notice that there is any protection on the cam,

    I used scissors and a steady hand. Not perfect but close.

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    Hopefully some of these screen protector manufactures will make one that is cut already for our phones. Ahh damm I just gave my business Idea away.
     
  10. XxMerlinxX

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    Zagg is crap, I don't know why BB carries the stuff.

    It's spelled "lens" by the way, no e on the end of it.
     
  11. RoboMonkey

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    Zagg is crap. I took it off and returned it to BB.
     
  12. tx_brandon

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    Its likely anything that would scratch your lens will also scratch the screen protector and also your lens. I understand why you did it though, better to have something on there rather than nothing at all.
     
  13. NvrEnough

    NvrEnough Well-Known Member
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    Dammm my Spelling, :mad:

    I agree Zagg is crap.
     
  14. kellte2

    kellte2 Well-Known Member
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    I've had no problems with my invisible shield. Add in the fact that I got it online with a 50% off coupon, I won't complain...

    Any film on a camera lens will degrade the quality of the photos produced with that lens.
     
  15. NvrEnough

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    So can you see a difference in the quality of the pics above?
     
  16. mattcnz

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    i also cut a small piece of screen protector but the pics i took were washed out compared to no protector. i photographed the same outdoor scene three times without a protector and three with, and there was definitely a noticeable difference. so i chose to go naked.
     
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