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Support HD video really??? realllly?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by spikeithard, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. spikeithard

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    recorded a short clip and watched it on my laptop. what a crock. its really grainy. SOOO not 780P. Am i supposed to download anything to get the HD video? or does just upgrading to 2.1 do it?
     

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    I'm on the fence about this as well, but I think the camera's ability takes a drastic turn for the worse between outdoor beautiful natural sunlight vs any other condition (inside, low light, etc..)
     
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    True, it depends on the lighting conditions. Don't expect HD video for indoor/low light filming. And even the outdoor HD (720p) has issues.
    But overall it's a step forward.
     
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    This and that.
    Here
    Here's one of my vids shot in HD...



    ...I was pleasantly surprised with the quality.
     
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    Thats cool enough for me :)
    Think we have come on miles with mobiles in a very short time its not that long ago that pictures where unviewable if you tried to get any size outta them.

    Liking the fireworks :)
     
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    ya i have an old cell phone from like 5 years ago kicking around that i turned on. its pretty much the first phone with a camera on it..screen is the size of maybe a matchbook lol.. the video is terrrriibbble. its all squared and blurry haha. so ya... a longggggg way
     
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    I think my x10 takes damn good video quality from most of the competitors out there... I'm sure going from a 4" to a 50" screen there will be a difference for sure because the upscale is insane but if you watch it back on your phone high def quality should be achieved easily!
     

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