Originally Posted by igor.bezkrovny
I think for many of us it will be very interesting to see images you made with different cameras with shot conditions in image description to compare. Can you post them? Thx
Igor, yes I can but I do not believe the images themselves would be of any significant value. There would be no way to standardize what each person would see on their display due to individual display adapter and monitor hardware variances, brightness, contrast settings, color curves, dot pitch, etc. What would be of greater value would be the histograms. I would have to assemble them to post and it would take me some time to do this. If people (you) are interested I will do it, please leave some feedback and on the basis of requests I will try to make as much data available as possible.
Thanks for the point in the right direction, I have taken the time to thoroughly familiarize myself with the settings within the Amaze camera app and can now access all of the available functionality.
The one thing that I believe absolutely would make this port STELLAR would be to enable metering settings. The ability to adjust the metering mode is paramount in as much as real world usability is concerned. If there is a way to enable metering parameter selection spot, center area and average
as are enabled in the evo 4G it would give the evo 3D the ability to essentially replace a dedicated point and shoot digital camera. As far as functionality and real world usability are concerned this would be the ONE feature set of greatest import. Forget about enabeling Sweep Mode, Burst Mode, etc. Focus on getting metering parameters enabled. To give an idea of how important the ability to select these functions is Canon removed spot metering from their entry level DSLRs firmware for two hardware iterations in order to make photographers who wanted this functionality buy up to the higher price class of xxD series DSLR camera bodies.
Bottom line get metering selection working and you have a HOMERUN! If I can be of anty assistance in this regard please feel free to PM me. Thanks again for the excellent work, please keep it up!