Hi, Android fans! I love my Incredible (HTC), but there must be something wrong with my camera, which I hope is caused by a defect which can be remedied. I have searched this forum, but found no solutions for my camera's disappointing performance, only that there are known issues. If anyone has solutions now, I'd be very happy to see them. 1. With 8 mp, and the widest camera lense which I've seen on any phone, the view and the pictures taken through it should not be grainy. 2. The camera viewfinder often shows a creepy sort of reddish, and often flickering tint. Actual pictures (viewed on Incredible) when taken back-to-back of the same view with no variances in light have shown differences in color saturation. My Incredible screen does not show such flickering, shifting of color saturation, or grainy image rendering, therefore I know that this issue is limited to my camera or the software which drives it. While the screen does lean more to the reddish side of white in general, I have seen a really good phone camera where white always tends to be bluish. 3. There is often brief blurring while I'm not moving (or barely twitching) the camera, almost as if the autofocus is having difficulty making up it's mind. 4. With the flash off in low indoor light, this daddy of all phone cameras produces pictures which are twice as dark as life. I sort of expect that some may say "well, just use the flash, stupid", or "what do you expect, it's still just a phone camera", but I happened to be comparing this phone camera to one which has only 5 mp, a narrower lense, and no flash, and if it didn't come with AT&T's horrible call quality, I would not be sending that one back. This Galaxy S camera has less of a phone on paper, but it was tested side-by-side with the Incredible camera. It showed the very same scene, under the very same light settings (quite dark), perfectly clean and absolutely true to life with the light. This is why, when I look through my Incredible camera, that I'm sure there must be something wrong with the camera on my phone. The alternative presumption would be that most Incredible users have the same issues, but still never saw a better cell-phone camera - this I doubt. Has anyone else experienced the above issues, been equally unhappy about it, and found a way to fix them?