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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by scubadown, May 10, 2010.

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    Cool pic I took this morning of the Shuttle External Tank coming off the barge heading to the VAB to be stacked.[​IMG]
     

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    what settings are u using .... i took about 40 pics on mothers day and they turned out like shit .... very grainy, blurry, and lots of digital noise .... all the pics totally lacked fine detail.

    i am very dissapointed with the photo quality so far
     
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    +1 to OP. I have gotten good pics outside in direct sunlight, not so much indoors.
     
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    try turning down the sharpness setting. stock is 50/100 and i changed to 25/100. You may also try to turn down the size.
     
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    I've gotten great pictures indoor and out and also under dim light indoors with the flash. The flash is actually pretty darn impressive to me.
     
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    Me too! The camera on this thing rocks. Better than my P&S but obviously not as good as my Canon dSLR's.

    http://androidforums.com/681160-post107.html

    Straight factory settings. I didn't change a thing.
     
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    Change iso settings to 100 or 200...default is "auto" (100-1250 iso)
    Usually stays on the high end.
     
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    Thanks for the tip, plan on trying it next time in low light.
    I've had the xv6800 2mp and OmniaII 5mp and both take better low light photos than Incredible. My mDroid was a joke, horrrrrrrible photos.
    I think they can improve the camera app in the future and we will get as good results indoor as outdoor someday. Fingers crossed

    ps. Shot and uploaded 100 full res photos to Facebook(HTC app) and got 7 hours on my battery with GPS&DATANET off. OK, but would have been hurting if didn't have charger available when it died.
     

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