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By Originalas, Senior Member on 12th March 2011, 04:38 PM
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Stumbled on this video today.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7K0p-73vL1Q
Tried removing lens protection myself, really improved image quality A LOT!

Maybe there are some similar tricks to make HTC Desires camera even better?
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12th March 2011, 09:13 PM |#2  
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nice find, it certainly improves quality, depending on how abused your camera cover is :P
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It has protection for a reason.
13th March 2011, 11:50 AM |#4  
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It has protection for a reason.

A "protection" that needs another protection to work...

Removed and it doesn't seem that this "protection" did anything at all besides f*cking up photos and videos..
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It wasn't even scratched, abused...



Protection removed

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Tried myself, and you are totally right, quality is much better.

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Would this not cause a problem by bits and things going inside thru the hole?

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Would this not cause a problem by bits and things going inside thru the hole?

Nope, it's even better because it's hard to touch camera lenses or dirt to come through tiny hole lite that.
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Nope, it's even better because it's hard to touch camera lenses or dirt to come through tiny hole lite that.

Still, I prefer to leave it on and just remove the battery cover when i want to take a good picture.

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The htc hero doesn't have this stupid cover, I removed mine a couple of months after a bought my phone. It does nothing but good!

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