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Post pictures from your Galaxy Nexus!

15th December 2011, 11:26 AM |#11  
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Post your pictures, stop complaining.
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15th December 2011, 11:50 AM |#12  
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haven't taken any pics outside yet but here is one indoors.

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15th December 2011, 01:07 PM |#13  
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Just a quick shot

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15th December 2011, 01:40 PM |#14  
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I haven't used the camera app on gnex much yet, but I took a quick look yesterday. I couldn't find anything in the menu to adjust the resolution or picture detail (e.g. fine, super fine) like there was on my Captivate. Is there any way to adjust that in the settings?
15th December 2011, 01:55 PM |#15  
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I haven't really had a chance to take many pictures yet.

This didn't really come out very well because of the lighting, the whole bottom half is just black

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15th December 2011, 02:50 PM |#16  
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This didn't really come out very well because of the lighting, the whole bottom half is just black

well unless they've made a NDGrad for the Nexus, you're always going to get black unless you HDR a couple of different exposure shots together..
15th December 2011, 02:54 PM |#17  
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Pano shot from my Nexus

15th December 2011, 03:05 PM |#18  
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i've been meaning to go out and test the pano feature! did you take this with arms out stretched or in close to your body, and how did swivel around?

its not a bad little camera, it gives better results than my 3Gs did
15th December 2011, 03:11 PM |#19  
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i've been meaning to go out and test the pano feature! did you take this with arms out stretched or in close to your body, and how did swivel around?

its not a bad little camera, it gives better results than my 3Gs did

arms stretched out and just swivelled round

to be brutally honest, the nexus camera doesn't cut it. The SGS2 and iPhone 4 camera is much much better. I remember when I first got the SGS2 the camera was very poor, and it improved drastically with firmware updates, so I am hoping for the same with the Nexus.
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to be brutally honest, the nexus camera doesn't cut it. The SGS2 and iPhone 4 camera is much much better. I remember when I first got the SGS2 the camera was very poor, and it improved drastically with firmware updates, so I am hoping for the same with the Nexus.

interesting, i hardly ever take photographs with my phone, but im quite happy with the results from the Nexus for a camera phone, and if they can improve it with updates over time, all the better..
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