12-21-2014 12:16 PM
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  1. Masheen's Avatar
    A fellow on another forum suggested, and I think rightly, that when light is low, a camera can either extend the shutter time or alter the ISO to expose the image. These are film terms of course but still. Extending the shutter time gives a better quality image but induces blur with movement, using the ISO change avoids that but introduces garbage into the image. I believe on a firmware level the manufacturer has to decide how that curve is setup, at x light use x iso and y shutter speed, and there is some room for variation in there. On a big camera one can adjust it, and with better hardware there is more room as well. I think they choose image quality over ability to have a fast shutter at low light levels, if that makes sense...
    You know alot about cameras wolf. I think Moto should let you tune their camera software as you put their entire team to shame.
    12-12-2014 05:58 PM
  2. wolf_walker's Avatar
    I thank you but I don't think I'd go that far. I'm just an obsessive geek with a shutterbug for a wife.
    12-12-2014 06:07 PM
  3. quantum tao's Avatar
    something i noticed is that the turbo does a poor job of deciding when to use flash.
    12-21-2014 12:16 PM
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