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General red camera blur ala droid green blur

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by tokyoglow, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. tokyoglow

    tokyoglow Active Member
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    So i just noticed this with my camera a few days ago. I like to use my Eris's camera a LOT (its a decent camera!) but am now disappointed that there is a reddish blur in the center of all photos. It is very noticeable on white backgrounds in medium to low light conditions.

    does anyone have any info?
    i rooted my phone and am still in the 30 day period, i have insurance too.
     

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  2. Kevkelsar

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    This has not occurred with my phone. In fact, I used it today to take pictures while doing a site visit for work. Everything is perfectly clear.
     
  3. xandman96

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    return it b4 it gets worse
     
  4. meanm50

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    Clean your lenses. (The one on the batt cover, and the one inside it.)
     
  5. tokyoglow

    tokyoglow Active Member
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    nope that didnt work. I even used a microfiber cloth and made sure there were no fingerprints on the lens, the cover on the inside, and the outside.

    its still there.
     
  6. x531x

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    Dam that sucks.
     
  7. meanm50

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    After looking, this may be 'normal'...I put my Eris cam on a white paper, and it looks a tiny bit orange/red in the middle, but not as pronounced as yours. Dunno?
     

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