I just got my bold not long ago and haven't had much to take a picture of lately. I'm curious how nice pictures turn out with the 3.2 pix cam. Want to share pictures??? I'll try to come up with one soon too!!
Wow us BB users have some cute pets!!! Yeah I'm wondering if the outdoor pics are clearer based on these examples!!
I've run a few test with both indoor and outdoor pictures. Indoor pictures seem to be more "grainy." The auto white balance is pretty bad. I have'nt experimented yet with manually adjusting it for a given environment. I've also notice that anytime the flash kicks in the pictures are more grainy as well...all in all though it beats the heck out of the 8330
From the Ford Dealership where I bought the truck. Actually that's my third one. I was hesitant to put it back on after getting two deer this year and never taking the rifle out of it's case...both of them took out my vanity plate. I was begining to think they were cursed or something.
Still playing around and figuring things out on my new 9650. Here is a photo of my dog Kayla that I took this afternoon.
I have the picture size set at 640x480 and picture quality set at normal. It's night here now....but I will take another photo of Kayla outdoors on Sunday and then post it here.
Well......I just took a good look at the camera lens on the back of my phone. It was dirty. I just cleaned it. Will test again on Sunday with photos indoors and outdoors. Will post results on Sunday afternoon.
Ok......Sunday morning here. Took some more photos of Kayla inside and outdoors. In my camera options picture size is 640x480 and this time I changed the picture quality to "fine". The "white balance" is set to "automatic". Personally I think this camera takes much better pics outdoors. I'll keep playing with the settings and try some more indoor photos later.
I'm no expert but I think it just means that somehow it compensates for the blurring that might occur if my hand shakes when I go to take the picture. Somehow the camera or something in the program (or lens?) stabilizes and the picture won't look blurry. That's what I think it means.
Seems kinda improbable that would work in such a tiny lens, huh? Science! Wow!
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