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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SprintFun, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. SprintFun

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    I figured it'd be interesting to showcase some of that 8MP power.

    I just took this yesterday of some flowers. It was a spur of the moment thing - I'll have to pick out the dead parts and leafs next time lol.
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    Nice picture
     
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    Very nice color saturation. For a cell phone pic, this is outstanding
     
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    I was impressed with the video quality. Day after the EVO was released, we got a ton of rain & flooding... took a video in the car of flooded streets...

    YouTube - 2010.06.05 Flooding
     
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    Very pleased with the camera. Even the front pics are not bad for 1.5.
     
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    Uhhh yea...we'll go with that and pretend that I had a clue about WTF I was doing lol.


    Somebody in the Tips forum suggested to set the ISO to 400 instead of auto (to reduce graininess) and raise the saturation a little bit, so that's what I did. I really have no clue how to maximize the settings and get the best out of the camera I can though.
     
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