Photo hint: low light, turn HDR off.

sswitzer

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There's a brutal delay if you use HDR in low light. I had my HDR set to On (as opposed to auto or off), and took son Christmas morning photos... nasty delay. Turned HDR off, no problem.
 

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I've noticed that when HDR is on the stock camera app can be a little clunky. Actually I've had a few times where even with HDR set to auto it's been a little clunky. In its defense, I didn't notice if it was pushing HDR on for the shot.
 

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I've noticed that when HDR is on the stock camera app can be a little clunky. Actually I've had a few times where even with HDR set to auto it's been a little clunky. In its defense, I didn't notice if it was pushing HDR on for the shot.
If can definitely be clunky in low light, even with HDR off.
 

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I've noticed that when HDR is on the stock camera app can be a little clunky. Actually I've had a few times where even with HDR set to auto it's been a little clunky. In its defense, I didn't notice if it was pushing HDR on for the shot.

I noticed that HDR Auto does not always trigger. So I turn it On all the time until I turn it Off
 

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Yea I've had some 3 full second delays with hdr set to auto in indoor lighting conditions. I just downloaded the Dec security update via LG bridge which was quite large, so I'm hoping maybe there were some camera improvements baked in.
 
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