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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Sassy_Lina, Jun 7, 2010.

  1. Sassy_Lina

    Sassy_Lina Well-Known Member
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    I have went through every option I can possibly think of and the quality looks bad. There is no difference upon selecting 720P than any other option. I have seen others test videos and mine is nowhere close.:thinking:

    Update: It seems it was a fluke. All is well with my Evo once again. You may tune back in to your regularly scheduled program.LOL
     

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  2. mcbtrain929

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    Is the lighting poor in these scenarios?
     
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    I've noticed recording in low light is horrible, but that is to be expected with a small lens like this. The big problem for me is the quality outside is good light. It seems like the video is being overly compressed, and looks horrible when connected to my big screen tv. i'm wondering if it has to do with the slow speed of the stock sd card, but i dont have enough cash right now to get a new one. hopefully there will be a software update soon that will reduce the compression.
     
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    I agree, i think it has to do with the card also. I need to save some cash and get a faster one.
     
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