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

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

  1. dustymonkey83

    dustymonkey83 Newbie
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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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  2. htcevolee

    htcevolee Android Enthusiast

    I would put my money on HIGH is the best picture setting.
  3. 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.
  4. 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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