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26th May 2014, 05:22 PM   |  #1  
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I've been having problems with my camera pictures being very fuzzy. I see the thread with all the best Z ultra pictures and I can never get a picture as crisp as any picture in that thread. I can't ever get a picture a picture that isn't fuzzy. I had this problem since I got the phone and it was still on stock firmware and the bootloader was locked, I'm currently on carbonrom so it doesn't matter the rom. Both the front and rear cameras are like this.
26th May 2014, 05:29 PM   |  #2  
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Can we get a photo sample of the issue? Be sure to take the photo outside, and not in the dark. Also be sure to wipe your lens before using it.

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Can we get a photo sample of the issue? Be sure to take the photo outside, and not in the dark. Also be sure to wipe your lens before using it.

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Well I guess the outside pictures are a bit better but the inside pictures suck here's examples of both.
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two things to improve the photos:
1. Install a 3rd party camera app that allows you to set things manually (i use "a better camera" and FV-5, the latter is a paid app)
2. Set the ISO as low as you can 50 or 100 if you can

Inside macro, still some compression artifacts/processing by no means the best inside but just a quick sample of what it can do
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two things to improve the photos:
1. Install a 3rd party camera app that allows you to set things manually (i use "a better camera" and FV-5, the latter is a paid app)
2. Set the ISO as low as you can 50 or 100 if you can

Inside macro, still some compression artifacts/processing by no means the best inside but just a quick sample of what it can do


FV-5 is awesome, thank you for your help! Inside pictures are a lot better!
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