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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mitchell600, Nov 8, 2010.

  1. Mitchell600

    Mitchell600 New Member
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    I experience very very very bad photo creations with my x10.
    They are all blurry or to overlighted.

    How to fix this?
    And wich settings do you guys have?

    I do not like this, also because im going away 29th with my navy ship.
    And sure wanna shoot some NON blurry pictures!

    And i got Vodafone netherlands, when can i expect my 2.1 update?

    Thanks in advance.

    Mitch ;)
     

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  2. Smoked

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    Do you clean your lense? I wipe mine constantly with a dry cloth, like inside of my shirt...don't use chemicals(or at least non-specialized). It might just be dirty?
     
  3. cwepruk

    cwepruk Well-Known Member
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    I find the camera often focuses perfectly sharp, then when you click the picture, it's out of focus. Happens all the time and it's very annoying. Seems to work better to tap the screen instead of using the camera button. When the pics are in focus, their great, but so many of them lose their focus in the split second when you actually hit the button.
     
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  4. Mitchell600

    Mitchell600 New Member
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    Indeed, this works! (Thanks)
    And no my camera wasnt dirty.
    I quess it indeed comes when you try to push (it needs quite some force, for a long time aswell) that you unfocus the camera.
    While one simple magic touch (no force needed) does not ;)

    Mitch ;)
     
  5. gunny5821

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    I agree, I found by touching the screen it is quicker and much more reliable for that one picture that must be right on the first shot...
     

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