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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by shawnw1127, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. shawnw1127

    shawnw1127 Lurker
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    I was at a Something Corporate concert last night and took a few video's and pics to see how this handles the situation. Pictures were pretty bad no matter what setting I tried to use, but I have yet to find a phone that does that well. I posted a video I took on youtube for whoever wants to see.

    YouTube - ‪Something Corporate - Hurricane‬‎

    The picture is pretty crappy for being 720p but the concert setting actually worked very well for the sound imho.

    Sorry if you don't like the band. Deal with it. =)

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  2. Charlie81

    Charlie81 Member

    Yeah not bad considering its from a phone
  3. mickeyd1488

    mickeyd1488 Lurker

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  4. bigbadwulff

    bigbadwulff Android Expert

    Not bad really but the band sucks ;)
  5. bgish3

    bgish3 Member

    I'd actually never heard of the band until now and I just looked them up and I like there stuff a lot so thanks for that lol
  6. Paycer

    Paycer Android Enthusiast

    It isn't a Sony HD pocket camcorder. The video may be 720p, but it's still a cellphone. High definition video doesn't always mean the same quality you see on an HDTV. There are other things to take into account, other than just the resolution. I think that considering it's size and everything else that's been squeezed into the design, it does extremely well when it comes to capturing picture and video. Finally, when you take into account the poor lighting conditions at those concerts, it doesn't surprise me in the slightest that they turn out blotchy or pixelated.

    I remember Something Corporate quite well. I've listened to them on and off a couple times before. They're far from being my favorite, but I do like them.

    I also greatly appreciate the Goo Goo Dolls. :p
  7. SonicBoom

    SonicBoom Well-Known Member

    atually those videos look great considering the only light you are getting is from the stage area.
  8. _Aardvark

    _Aardvark Android Enthusiast

    We accept your apology! ;)

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