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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by onlyneedincredibleNgun, May 11, 2010.

  1. onlyneedincredibleNgun

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    i have the default settings on as auto focus and high quality. the pics are either very bland and crappy or come out VERY blurry.

    any ideas or an camera app recommendation?
     

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    auto focus doesn't work perfectly all the time. you can tell the camera what object to focus on by simply touching it on the screen.

    also, if you don't mind having big photo files, you can improve the quality of the pictures to 8mp:

    -slide out bar on left.
    -choose settings icon on bottom left
    -then choose resolution and select "8 m 3264 x 1952"
     
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    Mine are on the default settings and come out great...

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    he was tired
     
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    i don't so much have a hard time with blur as i do with wash out. those leds are just too damn bright. i find i get better pics with the flash off. even if they come out slightly dark. most of the time though they are just fine.
     
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    this may come out a little insulting but i dont' mean it that way.... you did whipe the camera lense right? i noticed real fast that i tend to put a finger over it when i talk on the phone and general hand guber gets on the lense. i took a picture the other day and it was blurry, whiped the lense off and the next one came out awsome as normal.
     
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    is there no way to adjust the flash settings? those damn things are too bright for up close shots
     
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    how many mp has nothing to do with image quality.
     
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    That's a problem for all cameras and flashes. They are just too overpowering up close. Nicer cameras can adjust the flash power, but I haven't seen one on a camera phone yet.


    Tripod+camera = good photos.

    That's the problem with camera phones right there, bad ergonomics and hand held shots require flash to get short shutter speeds and non-blurry shots.
     

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