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[Q] Xperia sp Camera

OP Fawazayad

30th April 2014, 12:49 PM   |  #1  
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Hi

When i take photos with my phone in superior mode there is a small yellow discoloration occurring...is there a way to sort this problem, i don't understand to use the manual mode its complicating....if anyone knows a link to help me to understand the manual mode i will be grateful...
30th April 2014, 01:58 PM   |  #2  
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Manual mode is the mode of the camera where you can change all the settings. You can set the following:
- SCN > Scene
- (looks like an Equalizer) > Light condition
- The bold > Flashlight toggle
- Rotation > Changing front and back camera
- Three dots > Other settings

These Other settings are:
Resolution of the camera (Stock 5MP.. You can change this if you want)
Selftimer > Take picture after a small amount of time without pressing any button
Smile shutter > Will take picture when a smile or laugh is detected
Focus mode > How and when will the camera focus
HDR > High Dynamic Range
ISO > Light sensitivity (Stock is auto but this can changed)
Metering > (got no idea)
Image stabilizer > Name says it all
Preview > Name tells function

Above settings are applied on camera and thus on the pictures

Some other settings:
Quick Launch > Change the way the app launches
Geotagging > Adding location to picture info
Touch Capture > Will take picture when screen is touched
Use volume keys as > Change function of volume keys (zoom or none or take picture)
Shutter sound > On or off
Data Storage > Where will the pictures be stored

You need to play with the settings to see what is the best way to take pictures.
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