Yesterday I started having problems with video recording on my SGS2. The camera has begun to "slutter" during video recording. EDIT: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkQE_62Ee6Y
I notice it doesn't happen outdoors in broad daylight, but even so you can see the room I am in is well lit, and the problem still occurs.
I don't know what to make of it. I tried doing a factory reset, removing and re-inserting the battery, but no dice. The problem persists. Could this be a hardware defect with the camera?
When I was using it last night to record there was suddenly a huge white "flash" on the screen, and it was definitely an image anomaly, not a stray light source.
Has anybody else experienced this problem? :\
EDIT: I remembered something important when going through yesterday's videos. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZlv_XVK2Pw
I was doing some night testing. Notice how the video keeps getting really bright at random moments? It almost looks like I am turning the flash on and off, but I am not. The camera was doing this by itself! Like it was reducing speed to take in more light or something.. The problem is that since it did that last night, it has been doing it ever since in better lighting conditions. I have taken a close look at the other sluttering videos and noticed that the videos also get a tiny bit brighter when the sluttering occurs. It is just far more obvious in the video I just posted.
Does anybody have any idea at all on what this could be? I'm starting to suspect something went wrong with the camera.. Hardware-wise :\
EDIT: Added video links now that I'm allowed to post them