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  1. mclarryjr's Avatar
    Let's see them
    07-12-2011 02:12 PM
  2. blz2's Avatar
    Pics of my R1 with "High Contrast"
    07-12-2011 10:22 PM
  3. NickAVV's Avatar
    Here's my cat, haha

    http://i.imgur.com/D6D1d.jpg
    07-13-2011 02:38 PM
  4. joshua.worth's Avatar
    Clouds in the eastern sky at dusk Naples, FL 7/15/2011
    07-16-2011 12:44 AM
  5. joshua.worth's Avatar
    Turned around facing west
    07-16-2011 12:50 AM
  6. joshua.worth's Avatar
    North Collier Regional Park
    07-16-2011 12:51 AM
  7. joshua.worth's Avatar
    Wal-Mart Supercenter
    07-16-2011 12:53 AM
  8. TimG#AC's Avatar
    Pics of my R1 with "High Contrast"
    Wow, nice shots. You say with "High Contrast"...is that done on the phone or in PS? Using stock camera app?
    07-16-2011 02:54 PM
  9. Giant Bubble Guy's Avatar
    Montana and Vegas.
    07-17-2011 08:05 PM
  10. blz2's Avatar
    Wow, nice shots. You say with "High Contrast"...is that done on the phone or in PS? Using stock camera app?
    Yep, stock camera app. Then I used the stock edit effect High Contrast.
    07-18-2011 10:53 PM
  11. Blauman's Avatar
    Here are a few images, the Santa Ana one was actually taken through a window on the train.
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    07-19-2011 12:14 PM
  12. RTNDO128's Avatar
    Here's a couple that I took from a concert the other weekend. Mine look like they came out horrible compared to everyone else on here. At first I thought it was because it was dark, but Giant Bubble Guy has a dark shot from Vegas that looks really clean. What could the issue be? I have the resolution set to 8mp.
    07-19-2011 06:11 PM
  13. joshua.worth's Avatar
    Hold still when your taking pics? Maybe just an idea..
    07-19-2011 06:56 PM
  14. RTNDO128's Avatar
    I was perfectly still. The pictures don't look blurry, they look more grainy than anything.
    07-19-2011 07:13 PM
  15. Blauman's Avatar
    Low light level is still a very weak point on phones
    07-19-2011 08:14 PM
  16. Giant Bubble Guy's Avatar
    Here's a couple that I took from a concert the other weekend. Mine look like they came out horrible compared to everyone else on here. At first I thought it was because it was dark, but Giant Bubble Guy has a dark shot from Vegas that looks really clean. What could the issue be? I have the resolution set to 8mp.
    I took a couple of shots of the Eiffel tower. The first was underexposed. I used the touch to focus (which seems to also set the exposure point) to get a shot I liked. I think your concert photos are so noisy simply because of the low available light levels.
    07-19-2011 08:33 PM
  17. jrcoffey's Avatar
    A few images from a day trip to the Natural Bridge in Virginia.
    07-19-2011 11:49 PM
  18. RTNDO128's Avatar
    I took a couple of shots of the Eiffel tower. The first was underexposed. I used the touch to focus (which seems to also set the exposure point) to get a shot I liked. I think your concert photos are so noisy simply because of the low available light levels.
    Thanks for the info.
    07-20-2011 04:05 PM
  19. 98koukile's Avatar
    When I was in Vegas I played with touch to focus a lot because I had just gotten my phone and it really makes a difference
    07-22-2011 10:44 AM
  20. fillossofer's Avatar
    Here's a few from around Pensacola (and one from downtown Richmond, VA)
    07-22-2011 02:22 PM
  21. DMAC55's Avatar
    Was in DC last week. Here are a couple shots from the DInc2.
    07-25-2011 01:28 PM
  22. bjn714's Avatar
    I was perfectly still. The pictures don't look blurry, they look more grainy than anything.
    The graininess comes from the high iso level that the camera selects by default for dark situations. Concerts can often be photographed at lower iso levels because there is a lot of light up front. Point your cam at your TV from across the room in the dark (tv works great because it is bright and colorful in the dark, so you get a good contrast) and then press menu on the phone and try the different iso levels to see the difference. The higher it goes the grainier it will be. In low light situations the cam will usually use a higher iso to allow for more detail, but at the cost of some grain to the pics. I have found the dinc2 not to be the best at judging the correct iso speed at night, but I still find the camera to be very good. Better than my Droid X camera by far.
    08-05-2011 04:17 PM
  23. pger555's Avatar
    heres a few:

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    08-08-2011 05:32 PM
  24. SpringRyan's Avatar
    Video at the beginning taken with the front facing camera, all other video and pictures taken from the back camera at full power
    08-21-2011 03:40 AM
  25. kirksucks's Avatar
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    09-11-2011 09:29 AM
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