1. fondoo's Avatar



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    i dont know why 9000 flash is so green and the 8900 is very white. i guess they use different flash bulbs.
    03-01-09 07:44 PM
  2. cantstoptherobots's Avatar
    ha i know i took a self pic today with my new 8900 and i think i blinded myself for 5 minutes i was not expecting it! lol.
    03-01-09 08:28 PM
  3. sabt's Avatar
    Because of the way LEDs are manufactured, you're going to find differences in the color unless RIM pays for a high-quality bin.
    03-01-09 11:39 PM
  4. HeavyComponent's Avatar
    Hey as long as the 8900 is better.

    --HeavyC.

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    03-01-09 11:41 PM
  5. uberspeed's Avatar
    Of the two pics I'd prefer the 9000's flash.
    In my own experience the 8900 is very white and centralized so it washes out pics, it has happened to me on quite a few pics I was attempting to take. Still, it does have a good camera for a phone.
    03-02-09 12:14 AM
  6. sabt's Avatar
    Of the two pics I'd prefer the 9000's flash.
    In my own experience the 8900 is very white and centralized so it washes out pics, it has happened to me on quite a few pics I was attempting to take. Still, it does have a good camera for a phone.
    I have to agree that the 8900's flash is too focused only because people tend to place the phone camera too close to the object due to a missing optical zoom. But then if you step back a bit, you're too far from the object being photographed and no one likes to use the digital zoom because, well you know, it's not really a zoom; it's more like cropping.
    03-02-09 12:36 AM
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