How is it improved? can u compare before and after the update?After the recent update, the HD option in the camera (or HQ as it is now!) is amazing! Seriously, in lighting scenarios that aren't ideal, it real makes the world of difference. It was useful feature before, but it's certainly been improved, well so it seems.
Fails for me as well, even though it works when taking pictures and videos fine.So I opened the hidden service menu *#808# and went through al the test and when I came at the "optical image stabilizer" it says failed...anyone else has this? Could it be software disabled or is my camera faulty?
here is a picture for comparison
Well, it depends on your photography skills. With a high shutter speed you can freeze motion. But even in auto mode you can take nice pictures of moving objects.Most of the photos look quite fine, but I'm missing one very typical scenario. How about some pictures of moving, living things? Kids or pets? This is a must have in a good phone camera for me. As many of you probably know, taking snaps of these subjects is quite challenging, since they constantly move and you basically have to have a camera that will take a good picture the first time, every time. That's the most important aspect of a phone camera for me. Any experiences/photos OP3 owners can share?
Pics or it didn't happen!on full auto mode, the nexus 6P takes far better photos in low light, but I messed around with manual mode (just extended exposure time) and got better photos than nexus 6P in solid darkness!
my photo did come out a bit grainy, but the Nexus 6P will be just as grainy in low light as well - i mean these are both still phone cameras.Pics or it didn't happen!
if I try to shoot in dark environment with manually extended exposure time, of course I get a bright photo where everything is visible; but it is unbearably grainy.