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    Hi.
    Now that smartphone cameras start replacing regular ones, there are still major holes in this system, one being the overly bright flash. I have a sony xperia Z3 compact but have had this issue on many phones. When taking a photo of something bright (godforbid a piece of paper) the full flash of the LED overbrightens the whole image and ends up in a white blur.
    So far the only way I have managed to take such pictures is without falsh, but I'm wondering- is there any way to use half-flash?
    When the photo is focusing the phone always uses only some of the LED and the image looks superb so would it be possible to use the same amount of light while actually taking the picture somehow?
    Thanks
    09-03-2016 07:08 PM

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