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Anyone know how to make the camera better

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11th May 2014, 07:29 PM   |  #1  
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It seems I'm in a rather compromising situation when it comes to the gs5's camera. If I turn on picture stabilization, the camera has an agonizingly slow picture rate. However, if I turn it off the pictures look no better than my old blackberry (grainy). Does anyone know any modes that gave a measure of both quickness ad photo quality?

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11th May 2014, 09:07 PM   |  #2  
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It seems I'm in a rather compromising situation when it comes to the gs5's camera. If I turn on picture stabilization, the camera has an agonizingly slow picture rate. However, if I turn it off the pictures look no better than my old blackberry (grainy). Does anyone know any modes that gave a measure of both quickness ad photo quality?

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Me neither...

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probably just a bad photographer wanting the camera to do all the work
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That is my good example on this topic, this picture is taken with the front facing s5 camera in very low light

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