- 12-15-12, 04:05 AM #27
Hey sith, peter, really appreciate the uploads, but would either of you mind uploading the 100% resolution images?
I'm interested in the jpg compression, noise stuff like that. That to me would be a great place to start comparing to the best on other platforms. Colour and WB look great though!
- 12-15-12, 01:21 PM #28
http://nanonet.ca/downloads/sunset.jpg temporarily. No guarantees how long it stays there, though I'm more likely to forget it's there for 3 months than to remove it any time soon...
Please note that was actually taken through a window with some lights not far behind me in the kitchen. There are likely some minor reflections or some reflected light coming off the window, even though I had my hands cupped around the camera to try to block it. Also my hands were warm and the window cold, so some condensation was forming near the edges, and that might have an effect too. Just to say I wouldn't draw strong conclusions about this image being representative of much, except as a minimum of what is going to be possible with the final release.
(Edit: that said, I see no sign of the negative effects I mentioned when I look at the full view, so I probably did a decent job keeping them out.)
- 12-16-12, 02:29 AM #29
Ahh, thanks for and explanation too, though yeah its just a ballpark. Its pretty nice tho, lens seems pretty sharp. Wonder
Hoping the L will have a fast lens and retain good detail and range.
And ahaha cool some facts are in the metadata:
Orientation of image: 1
File change date and time: 2012:12:13 16:54:14
Image input equipment manufacturer: Research In Motion
Image input equipment model: Blackberry BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha
Software used: Blackberry 10.0.9.1675
Exposure time: 0.04999
F number: 2.65
Exposure program: 0
ISO speed rating: 0
Shutter speed: 5
Exposure bias: 0
Maximum lens aperture: 3
Subject distance: 0
Metering mode: 2
Light source: 1
Lens focal length: 4.34
Flash energy: 0
Custom rendered: 1
Exposure mode: 0
White balance: 0
Digital zoom ratio: 1.00002
Focal length in 35 mm film: 34
Scene capture type: 3
Gain control: 256
Subject distance range: 0
- 12-16-12, 06:03 PM #31
Does the camera app in the beta OS10 offer any sort of HDR capture options? That picture of the tree in the second post, as well as the sunset could really use some HDR magic.
- 12-18-12, 12:16 PM #33
- 12-18-12, 01:41 PM #35
- 12-18-12, 02:47 PM #37
A few pictures from the Dev Alpha
Since BB10 already has a pseudo burst feature with the face correct thing, hopefully they'll be able to implement HDR down the road.
- 12-18-12, 03:42 PM #38Camera Image Buffer Access
The camera service provides read access to image data from different stages in the imaging datapath (image buffers). Applications access buffers by binding callback functions or events to a particular stage of the imaging datapath.
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Re: A few pictures from the Dev Alpha
Guys can u take photos on the gold update cause after I updated my dev alpha A to gold,it crashes on camera.Is anyone facing the same issue maybe my download got corupted
- 12-27-12, 12:46 PM #42
- 01-02-13, 02:20 AM #43
Quick question. I know the devices have timeshift feature where multishots are taken. But in the normal camera how fast can u snap a pic? Can i hold on the capture button for rapid shots like the Sgs3? Also will it feature the ability to take a Picture in video mode?
These pictures are very nice. Shouldn't be disappointed.
And another picture is here: http://forums.crackberry.com/crackbe...ml#post7818870
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