Droid camera review - WIN

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  1. ThermalGuy

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    thats a great review!!
     
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    Nice! Go Droid!!
     
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    I agree, I think the photos from my Droid are fine for a cell phone camera. I don't expect the same exposure as I would get from one of my Canons. But they are prefectly fine.
     
  5. Johnly

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    For a camera of 5 freaking mega pixels compared to the other 3.** mega pixel cameras, the droid should stand out a bit more. I think the droid takes OK cell phone pictures, but I hope they actually give us some better camera software. It's OK though. It is just a cell phone camera, but ours has a moving lens! WTF!!!!!
     
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    Moto Droid for the win!!!
     
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    Mega pixels have nothing to do with picture quality, only resolution.
     
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    i dont even know if its the best on some of those shots... :(
     
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    Agreed. However, many of the complaints about the camera can be fixed with better software as evidenced by people using some of the 3rd party camera apps. That's part of what I like about Android, if you don't like the stock app, there's a good possibility someone else has written something better.
     
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    mine are fine unless there is any movemet at all then they suck...but again, it is a camera phone so...
     
  11. Johnly

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    Brilliant Sherlock, but that DOES tie into picture resolution, which has a DIRECT effect on quality. Are you real? J/K
     
  12. Johnly

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    Good honest eye, the droid advantage is that it can post larger pictures because of the 5.0 mega pixels "2560 by 1920" or "8 by 10". The droid wins on that alone, something that article doesn't explain. A 3.0 mega pixel camera is capable of "2048 by 1536" or a "5 by 7" picture. If all the pictures were blown up to the native resolution of the droid, the winner would be the droid by a mile. But people sometimes forget we consumers are more aware than they give us credit.
     
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