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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by gnowak2, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. gnowak2

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    My son just got the Droid X and his indoor pictures are perfect. My Droid pictures ar washed out looking. Is there a better setting to get indoor pictures.
     

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    I would like to know the same. I changed the setting to the 'indoor' but it doesn't help. The pictures aren't good. However, outdoor pictures are great.
     
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    Does no one else have this problem?
     
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    I turn off the flash inside unless it's dimmly lit.
     
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    My indoor and outdoor video's look like the old 8mm home movies where the lighting and colors fade in and out. Kinda a neat look, but doesn't do much for when I'm looking for clear shots. The still pic's with the camera work great. Granted I'm a newbie with my X, but they look great on the screen when I'm recording, but when I play them back, or convert them and put them on a dvd, they take on a whole different look.
     

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