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hi, i just saw that when i take pictures of pains tvs tables, they look curved in the middle is this a hardware or software problem, please a ltl help here the pictures... is the lens defective ?
 
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hi, i just saw that when i take pictures of pains tvs tables, they look curved in the middle is this a hardware or software problem, please a ltl help here the pictures... is the lens defective ?
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Did you clean the lens? Do you have back cover protector? To me they are dirty or have a plastic on lens. Same pictures I did when a had a original protector from the box.

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This is "Pincushion Distortion" and it is most often associated with telephoto lenses, and in particular, zoom telephotos.

It is something related to small sensor size and wide angle of the camera ?!
 
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This is "Pincushion Distortion" and it is most often associated with telephoto lenses, and in particular, zoom telephotos.

It is something related to small sensor size and wide angle of the camera ?!
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Is it normal ?
 
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Did you clean the lens? Do you have back cover protector? To me they are dirty or have a plastic on lens. Same pictures I did when a had a original protector from the box.

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The phone is naked and ye i removed the plastic just so hard to get good pics in indoors
 
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Can u make a test with yours please? Im really worried. Tvm
 
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The phone is naked and ye i removed the plastic just so hard to get good pics in indoors
So if you still have bad pictures this is some kind of issue with you phone. Do you see any improvements if you switch from Automatic to Manual?

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