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By rossio, Member on 19th March 2014, 06:54 AM
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Hi guys. Was wondering if u guys notice, experienced or this is normal about the camera led on the Note 3. I notice the led flash was abit yellowish, tinted, not completely white. I've compared it with other phone brands from my bro n there's a noticeable difference between them. Just want to know opinions before going down to service centre. Thanks.
 
 
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Yes it is yellowish compared to my old i9100.. but works much better in the dark i find.

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Don't worry it's normal
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19th March 2014, 11:32 AM |#4  
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Yes it is yellowish compared to my old i9100.. but works much better in the dark i find.

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Agreed with u that it works better in the dark. Thought it's a hardware problem. Thanks! ☺




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Don't worry it's normal

Ok. Much relieved. Thanks!

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Yellowish tint for natural colors when shooting pictures in the dark.
(yellowish color imitates sunlight better than cold blue, probably thats why)
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Yellowish tint for natural colors when shooting pictures in the dark.
(yellowish color imitates sunlight better than cold blue, probably thats why)

That makes some sense.
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