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    Post Pictures Taken With Your Droid Razr M

    The M appears to be inconsistent with its camera - but has the potential to take some great pics. Shutter speed is fast, but focus, exposure, etc. is somewhat inconsistent - especially when using that blasted flash. Anyway, post up what you've got, and keep it clean! I've seen a mixed bag of great pics and not-so-great pics so far across the interwebz. These are two of the best pictures I've taken with it - don't expect that every time...

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    Here is one I took yesterday

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    Definitely does well in good outdoor lighting - that's a nice pic!
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    My attempted macro..

    *note the motor(coil of wire near the top) is spinning @ idk? 200 rpm, motor blurs completely in 'hdr' mode.
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    Nice... guess the shutter is pretty quick.

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    These were all in "Single Shot" mode, no other settings changed.
    Taken in the PM, indoors, overhead lighting, no flash:
    Post Pictures Taken With Your Droid Razr M-img_20120921_202450_419.jpg

    Taken in afternoon, blinds open, overcast outside, both with flash:
    Post Pictures Taken With Your Droid Razr M-img_20120927_120206_870.jpgPost Pictures Taken With Your Droid Razr M-img_20120927_120226_454.jpg

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    I gotta admit this camera is growing on me somewhat. It's not perfect, but it seems to be workable once you get used to it. Yes, it still has some issues with exposure and light balance and all that, but the fast shutter seems to help avoid blurry shots in some scenarios where a lot of previous phones (even my wife's 4S ) have blurred occasionally. Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't put it above the 4S or other new HTC cameras, but I'm seeing more and more how Moto has at least put some effort into improving it.

    These shots were taking while I was standing still and my kids were riding across in front of me - they were moving at a decent pace:



    This was taking while on my bike following my daughter - so multiple potential sources of blurring:



    This was taken while walking next to him, while he was moving (there's another that is a little blurry):



    All of those were overcast skies. Late yesterday, I took these (almost sunset) - a great example of how the color/exposure can change for no reason:



    And then this morning I grabbed this (in the shade) with practically no effort:



    I think as long as you make sure you're holding your hand as steady as possible when that shutter snaps, which in some cases is instantaneous unless it refocuses itself, you'll typically get pretty clear shots... the exposure might be another issue, but at least it won't be as blurry!

    Edit: The portrait to landscape thing is more and more a PITA... if you don't know what I'm talking about, it's been mentioned in another thread. Basically, if you take a shot in portrait, it'll end up landscape if you send it via MMS, let dropbox automatically upload it, etc.
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    I took one of this little guy today

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    Re: Post Pictures Taken With Your Droid Razr M

    Took these today...Post Pictures Taken With Your Droid Razr M-uploadfromtaptalk1350193636427.jpgPost Pictures Taken With Your Droid Razr M-uploadfromtaptalk1350193658359.jpg

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    Re: Post Pictures Taken With Your Droid Razr M

    Gorgeous pics Tis how've you been?
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