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concert photos are fuzzy

10th August 2014, 08:52 PM   |  #1  
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I'm on Jedi 8/9 using built in camera I keep trying to take some photos during concert with my phone. But they come out fuzzy. I look over at Iphones and their photos/vidoes are pretty good. What might I be doing wrong?
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Not using an actual camera for such a thing.
17th August 2014, 11:36 AM   |  #3  
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Are you taking photos in dark surrounding? Low light photos on this phone are not that great and gives off a lot of "noise".
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I notice that my phone requires a lot of time to focus in dim light if I have the flash off.

As mentioned above, an actual camera would provide much better results.
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I tried to Video a dance recital that my 4 year old girl was in... On my Moto X. And it kept going out of focus in the low light. I was pretty upset.

Now I have an inexpensive camcorder. As well as 99 dollar Kodak camera. And I can capture things like this confidently now.

Never again will I rely on a cheap phone camera for these special moments. Never.

My phone is for those "cool, look at that" spur of the moment pics and videos. When I know ahead of time I want good pics or videos... The real deals come with me.
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