Since the note 2 has a high quality camera, does camera zoom fx add any quality?
I have a Maxx not a Note II but I really like ICS+. It's not any sharper but faster. Decide for your self by taking the same pic in the same light with each app and compare. Good luck.
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Last edited by JohnnytheK; 03-03-2013 at 12:03 AM.
I bought Camera Zoom FX about a year ago and used it on my DX2. I have it installed on my Note II mainly because of the option to tap anywhere on the screen to take the pic- I don't have to worry about missing a shot because I missed the shutter button.
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Ok, I did my test. First let me say that I went from an O D, to a droid X, then bionic, now to the note 2. With the moto phones, I always used camera zoom fx and it did improve pics dramatically because of motos poor cameras. But on my note 2, pics are near perfect without and no notice of improvement with fx. So I'm staying stock. After so many years of stubbornly sticking with Motorola, I'll never go back. Samsung really listens to what it's customers want. The note 2 is my first samsung phone. It's unbelievable. Great build quality, incredible battery life(I'm averaging 17 hours+ a day with moderate to heavy use), excellent shooter of stills and video, and, of course incredible speed. It just does everything right.
I use Camera FV-5 because it has lots of cool features like long exposure times and things. If I want to get creative I'll use it but I have the stock camera ser to run as default and it's on my shortcut bar because it's faster and easier and it will switch to the video camera where FV-5 won't.
So you won't take better pictures in Auto but the apps like FV-5 give you more options and features so you have more potential for better pics.