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Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by just4747, Nov 14, 2011.
I do not purchase a phone because of its camera. I prefer my Nikon DSLR. I have much better results.
No, I think it wasn't focused before the shutter was snapped. I saw a video a few days ago showing somebody focusing on different parts of the screen, to show the depth of field. You touch the part of the screen where you want it to focus. The auto-focus on this phone is not as fast as the shutter snap, but it's still very fast.
The zero shutter lag means just that, zero shutter lag. It's not referring to the auto-focus, as that still takes a second or two. If you snap the shutter before it has had the chance to auto focus, then it will be blurry, no matter how fast the shutter is.
that is why I prefer my DSLR with AV/AF lenses. They remove my errors. And that is why they cost a ton more than a smartphone.
Here's the video. You can see as he messes with the focus point. Once it focus, the shutter is instant.
Wow, I'm amazed there's 62 pages worth of replies to this thread lol. Ah well...I can understand that people want it to come out. I do too.
Yes of course. But like they say, the best camera is the one you have on you at that point in time. I myself don't carry my 6lb Nikon DSLR setup everywhere I go. When I want real pictures, I grab my real camera. But that's not to say I also dont want, and expect a smart phone these days to have an excellent camera.
No, if you read my post I said she probably wasn't holding the phone steady. She's attempting to test the zero shutter lag, not take actual pictures. So she's hitting the button as fast as possible and most likely is shaking the phone while she does it. As I said, zero shutter lag is so when you take a picture, you end up getting what you saw on the screen, not so you can take 5 pictures in 2 seconds.
If I'm not mistaking, I think eagle was jokingly referencing the statement made by Jobs and Apple when they had the whole fiasco of signal drops with the iPhone 4.
+1. I don't own a super expensive DSLR camera, let alone carry one with me everywhere I go like my phone. If a photo op arises spontaneously, its nice to have a quality camera with me without me saying, "wait! I have to run to the store and buy a super expensive high quality DSLR camera and bring it back here before I can take this picture. Don't move just hold that pose..."
I'd rather just have a quality smartphone camera with me for those times, which actually happen quite frequently.
Ah missed it =P
yeah cant take me to seriously unless im working on a rom other than that well
What's the galaxy Nexus, is it coming to VZW........
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