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Flash Bleeding: is Sony going to something about it?

21st March 2014, 12:29 AM |#31  
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If you take photos in manual mode, with night mode on, the results are good (first photo is without flash). You can even see the dust on my tv stand..
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21st March 2014, 01:49 AM |#32  
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.. and for the rest of the day.. superior auto is enough for excellent photos..
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21st March 2014, 01:56 AM |#33  
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Well i'm not an expert but 4.4.2 had improved the camera quality a little bit, at least the flashbleed i had i don't see it anymore...

I hope it helped.. The modes were the same, Auto+Flash.

can more people confirm this? i really doubt they fixed the bleed with a updated firmware.
21st March 2014, 09:38 AM |#34  
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Yeahi would also like to know that

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21st March 2014, 09:52 AM |#35  
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can more people confirm this? i really doubt they fixed the bleed with a updated firmware.

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Yeahi would also like to know that

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Flash bleed is NOT and will be NOT fixed by fw upgrade! Though it can be somewhat alleviated by lowering ISO, the original issue will still remain the same.

Once again, it IS a hardware issue made more apparent by bad camera settings!

So, unless Sony is gonna replace the back panel, the flash bleed will stay by our side forever -_-

PS: It's easily fixed by a permanent marker though: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2671795
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I am using Japanese model Z1 f, No such issue up to now.
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I am using Japanese model Z1 f, No such issue up to now.

Z1f has different back panel made from different material. It was confirmed that z1f is free from flash bleed issue (as well as from scratches) =)
21st March 2014, 05:33 PM |#38  
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Well, now, how is that even possible?! As far as we know, it is a hardware issue. Anyway, I (and more than certainly we) would be VERY happy if this is solved!

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Could you possibly post more test-photos with the flash on in a dark environment (as for example about the dark void sky at night - but nothing else close)?

I will try to do that when i got a chance.
22nd March 2014, 09:41 AM |#39  
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Z1f has different back panel made from different material. It was confirmed that z1f is free from flash bleed issue (as well as from scratches) =)

No, it still gets a lot of scratches. Sony has put the same film on the back panel just like the one on the front.
22nd March 2014, 10:38 AM |#40  
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No, it still gets a lot of scratches. Sony has put the same film on the back panel just like the one on the front.

Never had Z1f in my hands.
Z1 Compact have plastic back cover without film.
And just when you look at him on a rough way.. scratch
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