Thank you very much, feels great to get appreciated for the bug hunting.
congratulations to all the fellow contributors. said:
Low light outdoor conditions, image tend to have more grains and a bit over exposed. One out 3 image had this effect.
Trees at far are kind of washed out and lack sharpness, they were green, now they look light green.
Images from main lens normal mode, beauty mode off.
Subject is having a bright aura around him.
Tried 3 shots, all had the same issue
Images from potrait and normal mode are over exposed and had haze when taken indoor with bright light behind the subject.
Fails to recognise subjects in medium to long distances.
Will DM the original pictures.
2X, main lens and wide angle tend to show different colors in viewfinder as well as end results.
This happens mainly in outdoor conditions
when camera cutout is set to hidden, in settings app. icons on top are overlapping with view finder.
Have provided all the details requested, it is a bit annoying, hopefully the delay gets better.
On my previous OnePlus devices, there used to be a button to edit slow-motion videos, but it is not present in 8 Pro
We were doing some photoshoot by the lake, and we noticed some weird spots in one of the image.
When the picture is taken closer from the object, results tend to be over exposed.
There's a teeny tiny delay in capturing images from front camera compared to main lens.
Even the slightest shake results in blurry images.
Images from front camera tends to have dusty mak overlay thingy,
It lacks sharpness and contrast at most situations.
Will provide original images...
The shots from front camera look too blurry, pretty sure the lens is clean.
Viewfinder and processed images tend to be warm and cool respective of how close we are to an object.
In this case plants.
Will share screen...
Macro mode producing washed out colours
Images tend to be warm and flat in 48MP mode, wide lens.
It's normal in main lens.
Tilt indicator in the auto mode.
If users could switch on the tilt indicator in the auto mode as well, it would be very useful while clicking...
option to turn off Auto macro mode.
Sometimes I try to take pictures have a object out of focus but near to lens.
It keeps on turning the macro mode...