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iphone 4 & EVO's Camera

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Slick1020, Aug 13, 2010.

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    My friend sent me a photo taken with his iPhone 4. I told him the picture looks like crap on my EVO and I told him his call quality matches his photos. A retina display makes the photo look good on the iPhone but photos taken with a 5mp camera do not look as sharp on other devices. That's Apples smoke and mirrors technique. 8mp photos look good anyway you slice it.
     

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    Just remember that Megapixels shouldn't be used to judge the quality of a photo. Megapixels just means that you have a bigger photo. The only real advantage of more MP is that when you shoot at dark places with high ISO, and you shrink the photos for internet sites, there will be less noise. That's it. I've taken some good pictures with the Evo, and I've taken crappy ones as well. It's all in the lighting and settings.
     
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