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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by andonakis, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. andonakis

    andonakis Well-Known Member
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    Love my rezound. Best phone I owned so far. But my pictures indoors are reddish and orange and very saturated. Horrible looking. Outdoor pictures are wonderful. Even my fascinate and X took way better indoor pictures. Am I missing something here or is it just my phone? I haven't heard of any one experiencing this.
     

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  2. pragmatous

    pragmatous Android Enthusiast
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    I know! My 1976 Polaroid is way better than this POS! :rolleyes:

     
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    Just found the solution. Very simple.

    In the Camera go into Settings
    Flick to the bottom and Uncheck Auto Enhance

    It then captures it in the true natural light.

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    ps. I love this phone. Every time I thought I had a problem there was a solution :)
     
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    You can also adjust a whole lot of other options under Settings as well, such as Exposure, Saturation and White Balance. Have taken some great indoor and outdoor shots with it.
     
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    I tried this and still got a sub par pic... what I have been doing is setting the white balance to incandecent for an indoor pic. Works great!
     
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    Just change the white balance to incandescent. Works for me.
    The stock software over compensates when on auto.
     
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    Coming from a numerous phones and most recently the Nexus. Plus in constant battle with a iphone 4s User (my wife).
    The rezound takes amazing pics that destroy the nexus And rival the iphone.
    Only thing it lacks is a stock red eye removal tool.
     
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    works for me as well. it definitely over compensates when taking pics indoors on auto
     
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