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Nexus 5 camera problem

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By santoshrane, Member on 7th March 2014, 06:34 PM
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Go to nexus 5 camera>settings and change picture mode to 2meg 16:9 and then click a macro or a closeup with forced flash. Tell me what you get.

I get a white over exposed image.

Why does this happen?

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7th March 2014, 06:51 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by santoshrane

Go to nexus 5 camera>settings and change picture mode to 2meg 16:9 and then click a macro or a closeup with forced flash. Tell me what you get.

I get a white over exposed image.

Why does this happen?

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macro and a flash.. the flash lighting will over expose the photo from the light being too close. set the exposure to -1 or -2. generally for macro shots, i use a small led keychain flashlight instead of the flash. but -1 or -2 exposure should help.
7th March 2014, 06:53 PM |#3  
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Try it! And let me know what u get.. Don't do a macro. Just point n shoot in the dark. Its not only about macro shots. The mode 2meg 16:9 has a problem.

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And yeah try the same macro or non macro shot in other modes with same flash setting

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7th March 2014, 06:59 PM |#5  
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Try it! And let me know what u get.. Don't do a macro. Just point n shoot in the dark. Its not only about macro shots. The mode 2meg 16:9 has a problem.

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And yeah try the same macro or non macro shot in other modes with same flash setting

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you are right, looks like a bug. ive never noticed it, ive always kept picture size to 8mp.
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I wasted lot of time doing a hard reset and other stuff.. Just to find out that the mode has an issue

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7th March 2014, 07:02 PM |#7  
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I wasted lot of time doing a hard reset and other stuff.. Just to find out that the mode has an issue

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lol(not funny), that sucks.
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