1. r4robert's Avatar
    Just got the phone yesterday. First outing to really use the camera, and many of the photos and videos have a foggy appearance on the top half of the frame (gradually gets foggier as you go higher up the photo) .

    So the fogginess is more at the top of the frame, and is not visible at the bottom. Never seen anything like this before.

    Seems to happen only when zooming in. Sorry, don't know which lens I was on

    Thought it might be an exposure problem, but why the difference top to bottom of the frame? Camera lenses clean.

    Camera set to 4:3 13MP with Tracking Focus ON. HDR AUTO, Video FHD 16:9, Steady Recording ON, Storage: 32GB Samsung micro SD card.

    Obviously, I'm disappointed. Is it 'pilot error' or is it the phone?

    Any thoughts on what might be the problem would be appreciated?
    Thanks,
    Rob
    04-08-2018 05:55 AM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! Is the flash firing on these photos?
    04-08-2018 09:46 AM
  3. r4robert's Avatar
    Good question!

    No, I do not believe the flash is firing.
    Also, the fogginess is on videos as well.
    04-08-2018 12:58 PM
  4. evanborkow's Avatar
    If you turn the phone so the picture is in landscape mode, is it foggy on the top or side of the picture?
    04-08-2018 03:33 PM
  5. r4robert's Avatar
    I had not thought of that!
    I will try it and post again.
    Thanks
    04-09-2018 09:16 PM

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