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Topic # 87583 2-Aug-2011 04:09
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I'm wondering if anyone has noticed this bug on the HTC Desire HD camera.
For a long time when I took a photo at night, the quality was absolutely horrible. Even with the flash, the photos would often have a lot of movement blur in them and be generally unusable. I then saw the results on the iPhone 4 which were absolutely amazing compared to the Desire and I started to investigate.

It turns out that the ISO auto setting doesn't work correctly. For night shots, even with flash, ISO should be manually set to 800. You will get good results then. Of course, this should happen automatically and because it doesn't you may experience grainy photos during daytime if you forget to set it back to auto.

I wish there was some central place to report these bugs so they can be fixed.

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  Reply # 500667 2-Aug-2011 09:19
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Is Android open source? Go fix it yourself! ;)

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  Reply # 508939 19-Aug-2011 12:20
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or wait new upgrade

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