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Default [Q] Camera's problem in dark

I have a problem with my camera if I'm using it in dark situation
It always catches somethings with unusual color - attached (example 2 photos taken with something stick at the camera which means without light)
and I attach 1 more photo taken with some range to the object(the same object), as you can see there's still not very clear picture

I've seen the thread about the problem like this :
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2317507

But I realize that it's not a noise problem (ISO controlling), so is there anyone know how to fix it?
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Originally Posted by fgwitera View Post
I have a problem with my camera if I'm using it in dark situation
It always catches somethings with unusual color - attached (example 2 photos taken with something stick at the camera which means without light)
and I attach 1 more photo taken with some range to the object(the same object), as you can see there's still not very clear picture

I've seen the thread about the problem like this :
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2317507

But I realize that it's not a noise problem (ISO controlling), so is there anyone know how to fix it?
nothing different from that thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2317507

send your phone to repair.

you have a bad st electronic camera sensor and they will change it for an omnivision sensor or any other brand, not sure which one they use now.
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nothing different from that thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2317507

send your phone to repair.

you have a bad st electronic camera sensor and they will change it for an omnivision sensor or any other brand, not sure which one they use now.
ehm, okkk
I'll try to bring it to repair
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