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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mumsawitch, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. mumsawitch

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    I noticed that when I take photos using my phone and transfer it to my laptop, they look like low/poor quality photos. My resolution is set to 8mp. They come out as "blurry" (can't find a better term) without flash and with natural light. But when I take photos with flash, it comes out okay.

    I take ordinary photos not the artistic/photography type but this bothers me whenever I look at my photos.
     

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    you may have your iso on iso800 witch in turn causes noises destorshion, the term you you are looking for.

    turn it to auto or iso100 see if it helps.
     
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    yeah but my iso is on auto. i dont play with it
     
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    I presume this is in dull light. It's only a tiny lens so it's normal that the shutter speed is slowed down in order to let more light in thus resulting in a blurry image if any movement is made of the phone or subject. The only remedy is more light or use the flash.
     

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