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Front Facing camera

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By epetersson, Junior Member on 30th March 2014, 03:55 PM
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Hey!

I can't seem to find any samples or anyone even showing or mentioning the results of the front facing camera in any review.. From what I have seen on the z1 is that the pictures of the front facing camera are grainy like crazy if the light isn't perfect. Anyone knows if the slightly better hardware of the z2 camera gives out a better end result? Maybe anyone of you can link to some pictures on the web.

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30th March 2014, 06:11 PM |#2  
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The front camera is just a 2mp ish camera which really all you want it for is 'selfies' which it will do the job.

From the samples I have seen Im pretty pleased with the results of the rear camera and low light pictures definately look acceptable.

Im on the LG G2 now and the camera is awesome, the pictures I take are amazing, until the light starts to fade, then it takes about 3 seconds to focus, if the object is moving its blurry and looks like a cartoon. Im just hoping the Z2 gives me the awesome pictures in daylight and ok pictures in low light which are not blured, that will do me. But as always I wont know until I test under my own uniqe conditions.

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