DI pictures?

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  1. adrynalyne

    adrynalyne Premium Member Premium Member Developer

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    this phone takes great pictures. slightly better than my droid imo.
     
  3. adrynalyne

    adrynalyne Premium Member Premium Member Developer

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    The Moto Droid camera was increditerrible.


    See what I did there? :D

    Best camera phone I've ever had was a Samsung Omnia i910. Rivals the DI, imo.

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    i personally dont think there will be that much difference between a 5mp camera and an 8mp camera on a phone because the size of it is still do small to have real quality pictures. just as a packet sized digital camera and a slr with same mp. the slr will obviously look better becuase of the lense size. my .02
     
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    its not the mega pixels its the shutter lag and graininess of the MOT
     
  6. adrynalyne

    adrynalyne Premium Member Premium Member Developer

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    Heya,

    We are not comparing camera phones to SLRs in this thread.

    Thanks :)
     
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    Hate to put it this way... but based on how eleaborate the software alone is on the moto "not", makes you think the camera was a forced afterthought.

    At least the Inc has a respectable sized lens and much "much" better software.
     
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    this. if you put the inc and the droid side by side you'll see the lens opening on the inc is noticeably larger than on the droid. toss in the better sw and a few more megapixels and it all adds up.
     
  9. adrynalyne

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    I don't think its the software really considering that the N1 uses the same camera software.
     
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    I had the i910 omnia also and it took some pretty good pics, much better than my droid did.
     
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    If you put the droid in nightmode for all shots it actually takes pretty good photos most of the time, you just really need something to keep it stable.
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    Hey, camera phones are adequate for taking some decent pics but there's no substitute for a "REAL" camera with some good lenses for taking great pictures.
     
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    The problem with the MOT is it cannot capture any moving subjects / objects.
    its a garbage camera.
     
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    I also have an Omnia, I miss the panoramic mode. To bad we can't port over the Omnia camera software.:wink:

    Other things I miss from the WinMo world:
    Slingbox
    Skyfire version that runs HULU
    Good boating nav software (NOAA Charts - GPS)

    I know some of this is on the way, but I have a hard time waiting.
     
  15. adrynalyne

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    Nobody asked if it was.
     
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