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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 4' started by debdroid1a, Feb 11, 2012.
I"m a newbee with a Droid 4 + 32GB memory card. Is there a way to store photos taken by the Droid 4 on the memory card? Can't figure it out ...
Heres a picture of my car I took with my D4.. I think the camera is pretty good!
Nice ride: did you store the image on a memory card? If so, how dod you do it?
Only reason i considered going to ultra. However, my year is always set around DEMF in Detroit.
Any advice on taking good pictures? Most of mine end up terribly grainy, but sometimes it takes a crystal-clear shot like you'd expect with an 8mp camera. Any tricks for how be good with auto-focus + lighting? Last camera I used regularly was film you develop, non-digital.
word. i second that.
Here's mine, shot in panorama mode.
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1. Make sure your lens is clean. Most camera phone shots turn out terrible because people don't realize that they smudge all over it, constantly.
2. Use the focus square (touch the screen). You can take clear pictures with decent aperture by focusing on a subject. Use the square and drag or click on the subject you wish to focus, then take the picture.
3. Make sure you have as much light as possible. Try using your flash during the day and no flash at night. You'd be surprised at the quality differences.
4. Try a third party app. I like CameraZOOM FX because I can click the screen to focus first and shoot second. Which helps with the speed of the shot. FastBurst Camera is a great novelty app for taking pics of things like kids and pets (since they're always on the go).
Here's a couple pics I've taken:
Here is a sweet panoramic picture I took today
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Pretty good indoors
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