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Pictures taken with One mini 2

3rd July 2014, 06:09 AM |#1  
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Hello, I thought we should have a topic like other devices do. In general I'm not happy with quality of pictures, so much noise especially indoors, also lack of ios is visible with most shots.

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3rd July 2014, 10:24 AM |#2  
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Hello, I thought we should have a topic like other devices do. In general I'm not happy with quality of pictures, so much noise especially indoors, also lack of ios is visible with most shots.

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I actually really like the quality of pictures, I previously had a M7, and I can tell you that you really can see the difference between the ultrapixel and the 13MPX of the mini 2. Maybe indoors pictures with low light are a little bit noisy (that's where the ultrapixel goes better, of course), but I wouldn't say it's a problem.
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4th July 2014, 04:21 PM |#3  
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Yeah,the pictures are quite alright,the camera app tends to go crazy for a moment then you get a all white out picture,maybe the problem lies in the fact that I was moving the phone around and it didn't have time to automatically focus and the other stuff it does before I took the pic.
12th July 2014, 05:23 PM |#4  
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Alright after couple days spent with the phone and ota updated recently I still reckon that pictures quality are far from good. I can't take a still picture all the time, every single picture is moved.
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When anti shake mode used there is a lot strange artifacts that looks awful.
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Maybe my hands are shaking a bit more than others but consider that pictures are of still object, when shooting moving object pictures are much worse. Maybe some of you guys have an idea how to set manual mode to get pictures at least off acceptable quality? Many thanks

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13th July 2014, 01:28 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by skwieradee

Alright after couple days spent with the phone and ota updated recently I still reckon that pictures quality are far from good. I can't take a still picture all the time, every single picture is moved.
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It is slightly better when 2 seconds countdown used.
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When anti shake mode used there is a lot strange artifacts that looks awful.
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Maybe my hands are shaking a bit more than others but consider that pictures are of still object, when shooting moving object pictures are much worse. Maybe some of you guys have an idea how to set manual mode to get pictures at least off acceptable quality? Many thanks

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I am not getting moved photos in my case, i don't understand very well. But I have noticed that you have to leave it on the object 2 seconds before taking the picture, so that it can focus, otherwise sometimes the picture is moved
28th July 2014, 09:41 PM |#6  
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Can someone post more pictures taken with One mini 2, I would like to compare amount of noise, many thanks

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