So, if you guys can pull your eyes off of the ICS threads for a second (believe me, it's a hard thing to do LOL)...
I was at a store today. I took a picture of one of the product tags just to see if I could order it online and when I got home and loaded the image onto my computer, it looked VERY blurry. My old 5 MP phone would have done much better.
I will admit, I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to taking pictures. I really don't understand much of the terminology at all. I did at the very least, figure out how to change the quality of the picture taken, which is now set at HD+ 1080p.
The picture quality I get with my MAXX on this particular image basically looks like what you see when you get your eyes dilated. It is very blurry.
When I launch the Camera, this message will quickly flash: Cannot capture a picture. Internal phone storage and SD card not accessible. Is this related? I can't make sense of this message anyway, since I'll plug my MAXX into my computer and am able to access the image under the folder G:\dcim\Camera.
Would an app like Camera FX (I think that's the name) make any difference? Is there a setting I'm missing? Those of you that have been priviledged enough to receive the ICS update on your SmartPhones, is there a difference in picture quality or are some settings more automated?
I'm still waiting patiently for ICS, so I don't really want to install anything new on my phone (especially not a paid app) which might end up being incompatible.