Camera quality is great

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  1. dx1968

    dx1968 New Member

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    But...
    As I'm taking a picture it looks great but the actual photo is a lot darker than while I was taking the picture.
    Is there an adjustment that would fix this?
    You'd think that all adjustments would be seen as you're taking the picture and not change after picture has been taken.
    Anyone else notice this?
    Is there a fix?

    It does take GREAT photos though!

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    Sometimes changing the ISO or scene will help. You ISO might be on auto. You can try between 100-200 ISO.
     
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    also in settings there is a brightness adjustment... and I agree 100%, amazing camera for a phone!
     
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    Check if you have your phone's brightness set down, if it's set to auto brightness or lower, that's probably what you're noticing. When you use the camera it temporarily brings up your screen brightness to 100%.
     
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    There's should be a way to adjust the exposure. If you increase it, it will brighten the picture. On the Incredible 2, it is in the Settings menu under Image Adjustments. I'm sure where it is on the Rezound though...

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    I took this picture visiting NYC tonight. I was stunned at the quality it took in a night shot. This is UNTOUCHED, straight off the phone.
     

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    Yeah HTC has the best cameras on Android, and in some instances probably as good or better than the iPhone 4 or 4S.
     
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    That's a real nice pic. Its nice to be able to snap pics like that on the go. Swip and then touch. Done. All in about 2 or 3 seconds.

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    compared to like say 10-30 seconds of some unmentionable moto phones? lol. one of those I never used the camera on.. this one it's on my lockscreen buttons lol.
     
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    Having the camera available on the lock screen is an excellent feature.
     
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    I tested this out today just to make sure I wasn't eating my own words. Yeah took me about 3 seconds to unlock focus and snap. I'd say thats hot. I can get those random events that rarely happen for a few seconds at a time with this phone. I remember when I had an iphone 4 I missed so many opportunities at eventful still shots because I had to unlock, click camera app, wait for it to open, focus, and then snap.
     
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    if you were wrong I would've been all over it haha. I've caught many snaps of my 2 year old and dogs, that even with my SLR in hand I would've missed.
     
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