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Support Camera settings - is 'High' better than 'Fine'?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dustymonkey83, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. dustymonkey83

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    For the life of me can't tell which one is better! Have taken shots in both and can't tell...and I can't remember what I had it set for before the 2.2 upgrade.

    Which has the best picture?
     

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    I would put my money on HIGH is the best picture setting.
     
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    High is the best setting. If you are trying to compare images whilst viewing them on your phone, you will be hard pressed to find a difference.
     
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    Actually Fine is usually the best in most cameras. The only way to know, is take a picture of the SAME thing on both settings, and compare the file size.

    I just did this, Fine produces a 800kb file, while High produces a 1.25mb file. So for the Evo, HIGH is the best.
     
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