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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by AZ_Traveler, Aug 12, 2011.

  1. AZ_Traveler

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    Is anti-shake a feature of the T-Bolt's camera/camera app? I can't locate an option to enable/disable it.

    If it doesn't, is there a camera app that does have anti-shake? The 3 mp camera on my iPhone 3GS takes better pics that the 8 mp on the T-Bolt.
     

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    Wow my T bolt takes great photos for a phone.
     
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    It does need an anti-shake badly. It was a semi large oversight. I wish someone had an answer. The still pics are great though if your careful but the camcorder is almost unusable.
     
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    Never had any issues with either on mine, video or still pictures. It's not perfect, but taking simple steps to ensure a decent environment will do wonders. Hold still to take the picture, or brace it against something if possible, make sure there's enough light, play with the adjustment settings to see that. Also remember that the pictures will look different on the phone screen, than on a computer, or even another phone with a different screen. If you have brightness turned down on your screen, it will affect how the picture looks when viewed back on the phone. Simple as it sounds, I've had someone complain about dark pictures, when all it was, was the brightness down on the phone. Turned it up, they went "oh.... well that's better".
     
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    Are you rooted? You could replace the HTC camera with the MIUI camera, which does have an anti-shake option.

    If not, there probably is an app, but unfortunately I can't help you there..
     

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