Camera flash timing problem

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  1. VidProQuo

    VidProQuo New Member

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    Since installing Gingerbread, the camera app, Vignette, has had a problem with the timing of the flash on my stock DroidX. I press the button, the flash comes on, goes off and THEN it takes a picture. This is also true of the standard camera application. The latest 4.5.602 update from a couple of days ago hasn't fixed the behavior. Has anyone else noticed this?
     
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    Yeah man I think that's why my camera takes bad pics lately especially at nite

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    I don't seem to have that problem with the stock camera app.

    If i use the camera button on the screen the flash comes up, it takes the picture and the it comes out nice and bright, a little grainy but lit up. I tried that on auto, night portrait and on regular portrait.

    I don't have that problem either with Camera360 Ultimate. I turned on AF along with Flash and it comes out just as nice as the stock camera, lit up.

    I'm on the rooted version of .602 that was recently released by TBH.
     
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