while driving unable to take perfect shot. it's all blurry.. Any help ?
buy Mercedes S class with Air Suspension.... Problem solved ;-)
it's doesn't have OIS so it came out blurry.
Moreover if the vehicle moving fast no mobile camera is able to click steady photos.
don't use a phone whilst driving
why are you taking picks will driving it's risky ...
any how it's up to you .. tap to focus the subject and hold it study as ois is missing and click on capture..
OP5T does not support optical Image stabilization. So even if you shake your hands while taking pics, they will eventually be haphazard.
firstly don't drive and take pictures.
secondly you're taking pictures of moving things, even more advanced dedicated cameras would struggle.
try using both hands to take the shots... You can drive using yout knees... Another hint: Maintain your car above 140 KM per hour and the shots will be perfect... Come on...
Putting other people's lives at risk by doing that!!!
In what mindless capacity are you taking photos while driving?!
You'll be able to take a perfect shot once the police pull you over for dangerous driving.
Ya .. stop using your device while driving and pay attention to the road.
detected a mechanical engineer
get a rolls Royce phantom like me
If you tried to make photos while driving shame on you for putting people lives at risk. If you meant making photos while seating in the car as passenger than I have an advice for you.
It is possible to make clear photo with camera without optical stabilization even if you're moving fast. Unfortunately it mostly depends on things you cannot change. It have to be really bright outside and you have to set up your shutter speed (in PRO mode) as fast as possible (1/1000 would be probably absolute minimum and I'd rather say you'll need it closer to 1/5000) which will instantly make your photo bit darker. In this case ISO needs to be set pretty high (you need to compensate amount of light processed by sensor) but not too high as you'll get noisy picture. It's way easier when you have another variable available as in SLR and DSLR cameras - lens aperture - unfortunately in case of smartphone camera you have no more no less but 'shutter speed' and ISO to try and play with.
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