HTC One X Camera Thoughts
This is a discussion on HTC One X Camera Thoughts within the HTC One X forums, part of the HTC One X Forum category; Originally Posted by vinay.karnad
My first android phone, fantastic in almost all respects. Very unhappy with camera photos though. Produces blurry photos are the slightest ...
Hi, the One X has a shutter speed of 0.7 secs, thats why its blurry when you move a teeny bit. ( It's apparently because it takes us 0.7 secs before we realize we want to take the photo.) -Its on the HTC site.
Originally Posted by vinay.karnad
In the same pea pod, the quick shutter time allows for some very action stopping photos. (I used the burst mode feature while shooting a mate go over a jump on his bike, in mid air, the spokes in the rims looked stationary, and every spoke was clear.)
I have also a photojojo macro lens, (takes close up photos). This greatly amplifies the shaky-blur most cameras produce. But I still manage to get great pics, even with a bit of move.
I will post some pics here of what my One-X captures. Maybe you have a dud?
This is macro, There is no blur, exept where there's meant to be.
This is the motion shot, as I described in the post.***I heavily edited this pic, for saturation purposes.***
I assure you the camera in this phone is decent.
Here's a linke to a topic in this forum- Its the one x pics section.
Photos Taken with Your HTC One X Thread
EDIT: Being smaller resolution for the forum, these look 100% better in full resolution.
Last edited by ODNSEV7N; 08-10-2012 at 06:41 AM.
i have a problem with my camera. every time i click the camera icon it takes about 30 seconds to actually load up the camera and when this happens i get a black screen and my front camera doesn't work either. when i get the black screen the icons at the top of the screen are still there like the battery level, signal and time. anyone know what i should do???
Re: HTC One X Camera Thoughts
The only thing I miss on the camera is that there is no option for a visual date/time stamp.
While the phone is powered-up and the screen is illuminated, press the upper-right corner power button and hold until you get the Phone Options. Press the restart option and press "Restart" when prompted.
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