Photos taken with your Galaxy Nexus Thread

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    Post pictures in here taken with your Galaxy Nexus! :cool-b:

    I'll be posting some a little later...
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    I thought this was approriate Camera Zoom FX is $0.10 today in the market for the last day of google apps sale.

    I couldnt get the flash working on FX but here is a pic with the stock camera.

    View attachment 43913 View attachment 43914
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2011
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    pretty nice. On a side note, how do you like the app? Was considering getting it
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    The camera is decent. It's nowhere near as good as the Rezound though, that camera is fantastic. For everyday use, this will work just fine for me. I have noticed though, you need avery steady hand to get a sharp pic. Any amount of movement will cause motion blur. I think it has to do with the instant shutter. Because it captures/processes the pic the moment you touch the button, any movement is magnified a lot more. Here's a few pics:

    NOTE: I have noticed that pics look much nicer and the phone, and sort of blah on a computer screen. That AMOLED really makes that colors pop!

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    And the same pic after playing with a few of the built-in edits

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    Hehe, all good. Didn't see that one when I started this one. Since that one is for "first pictures" we can keep this one open for all pics taken with our Nexuses. :biggrin:
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    I like the camera. It takes pictures that are really good for the every day user. A majority of people will upload them to facebook anyway and this camera is more than plenty for that. Anyone with a DSLR is a photo guy anyway an should not be concerned with the camera on their cell phone as their primary anyways. I love the camera on the phone but true that you have to be still... might be hard if i am out late and there is a beer in my hand. :wacko: lol
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    Nice! Do you own all those? :blink:
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    Thanks. Yeah, that's one wall.:icon_ lala:
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    Looks like heaven to me.
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    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using DroidForums
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    Oh OK... a couple more (to show off the digital zoom capabilities of the nexus of course...);) I also have some 1080p VIDEO if someone wants to start a "
    Videos taken with your Galaxy Nexus" Thread :biggrin:

    View attachment 44055 View attachment 44056 View attachment 44057
    edit: added video. Enjoy
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2011
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    Some comparison photos...
    Droid Incredible
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    Thunderbolt
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    Galaxy Nexus
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    Seems like a delay would be awesome. Use the speed for burst shots, but I am willing to bet that a simple 1 or 2 second delay would produce a very good pic. Sad to see a lot of these are out of focus...but it makes sense as you move your hand to hit the button, and that button is a doosy....which makes any movement almost crippling to the end result.
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