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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dmiller2007, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. dmiller2007

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    Just wondering what everyone is using for camera settings. I'm getting great pictures outdoors but my pictures taken inside have a lot of noise (don't know if that's the term I want but they look fuzzy). I literally know nothing about cameras so I'm pretty hopeless figuring out this problem. And maybe some other camera noobs can get some good ideas from this thread too
     

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    Same here. I think blurry shots are just the result of shake combined with slow shutter speeds, made worse by the physical shutter button.

    What kind of bothers me more than the blur is the graininess. Unless there's plenty of lighting, my indoor shots look extremely grainy, particularly in the darker areas of the photo. I notice the graininess on the screen even before the shot is taken.
     
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    noticed that as well. I've changed my scene to steady shot, which seems to help a little on the blur
     
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    Yeah the blurring isn't too much of a problem for me. I was referring to the graininess as well.
     
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    We could use some help on this too, my father in law's Droid X has been taking some pretty bad quality photos(and Video) and there has to be a way to improve them somehow..?? Help?
     
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    Anyone have any suggestions yet?
     

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