slideaway - Thanks... I tested it and you might be right... It was much better with "Image Stabilization" OFF...
Also, I had a problem with Auto-Focus on - basically it would lose focus and not re-focus... So, for now, I will reluctantly keep Auto-Focus OFF... Too bad because it looked really good when it worked... If anybody knows a trick to force a re-auto-focus let Me know please...
- CrackBerry Addict
04-28-2012, 03:37 PM #5
- 688 Posts
Did you try to record through a window? I had the focus/refocus issue when the phone would cycle between focusing on the window,then the shuttle, then the window, etc... Pretty much ruined the shot. And I was 17 floors up, right on the river so it should have been a decent vid. I think the coatings on the window affected the sensor. On the downtown run, I got closer to the window and that seemed to be better.
The Shuttle was cool huh? Here's an example of the "wavy shimmer" and the best video of the Shuttle I could get from the ground... (Takes a while to load...) Click for Shuttle Video
- CrackBerry Abuser
04-30-2012, 11:04 PM #7
- 120 Posts
My video quality looks very good. HOWEVER - audio on very loud sounds is extremely distorted, crackly. By that I mean, normal sounds are fine, such as talking or normal background sounds, music, etc. But if someone talks very loudly, or there is loud ambient noise, like a bus engine running a few meters away, then the sound is horribly distorted with crackles.
Anyone else notice this?
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