Anyone else notice how grainy the pics are?
The pics on the Omnia were crystal clear, the pics with the Droid 2 are pitiful.
I am only going to say one thing: The camera on the Omnia *sucked* compared to the Droid's. You are imagining this, or you are changing the settings unknown to yourself. Lighting is also completely dependent on photo outcome. But as an owner of the Omnia, and the Droid, whose camera hardware is identical, you are mistaken.
If you didn't want to debate it, then don't come on here with this crap.
I challenged you out right. As I CURRENTLY own BOTH devices, dudeman. I can say with out a doubt that the Droid/Droid 2 camera is *magnitudes* better. You. Are. Doing. Something. Wrong. And unless you are taking the *same* photos, at the same time, in the same light, you will have *no* basis for thinking the Omnia's camera would have performed better.
EDIT: Hell, the omnia's sensor *is the same hardware* for christs sake.
Last edited by robyr; 08-15-2010 at 06:12 PM.
Yea. Motorola kinda drop the ball with the camera on the original Droid and now the Droid 2.
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If I thought the Droid's pics were better why on earth would I be considering returning it based on the horrible camera when I've had the Omnia for the past 2 years?
Did it ever occur to you that maybe the camera on my Droid 2 is just bad, since according to you it's so great?
Please, just go away.
Last edited by pool_shark; 08-15-2010 at 06:17 PM.
Anecdote is not evidence for one thing, and I don't personally care what you do with your device, but don't misinform others about things you don't even comprehend. Go take *IDENTICAL* shots, RIGHT NOW, and upload them with no processing and PROVE it. Or don't, and be a hack.