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OnePlus 6 camera is worst

  1. apisarenco Gingerbread Jun 8, 2018

    apisarenco, Jun 8, 2018 :


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    G7 for image 3, it can't handle the signed very well. I want to say the one plus is image 1 as again that siv is crisp​


    missed it for the g7, but you got the OnePlus right.
    it's the sharpest if the 3, with the least bokeh. should've closed the aperture a bit, to make it fair.


    wait, your right. i got confused already
     

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  2. P1528478907325 Cupcake Jun 8, 2018


  3. Fluffy7076 Eclair Jun 8, 2018

    Fluffy7076, Jun 8, 2018 :
    I love the camera but I'm not coming from the one 5t so I wouldn't know the comparison but I'm sure one plus has come along way from previous models. Again no problems over here [e]1f609[/e]
     

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  4. W1528135980957 Eclair Jun 8, 2018

    W1528135980957, Jun 8, 2018 :
    yay haha :3
     

  5. Rudi Laue Honeycomb Jun 8, 2018


  6. vwite Honeycomb Jun 8, 2018

    vwite, Jun 8, 2018 :
    try again with non ideal conditions when:

    *you want to snap a pic really fast in the moment
    *you are moving and want the camera to focus really quick
    *on low light outdoors and indoors
    *with 2x optical zoom

    Compare then in a monitor or TV
     

  7. humannature Honeycomb Jun 8, 2018

    humannature, Jun 8, 2018 :
    you are alone....
    mine woking very very well
     

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  8. Montydas91 Eclair Jun 8, 2018

    Montydas91, Jun 8, 2018 :
    The camera is not bad in op6 it's actually about the skill to handle a phone camera. Auto mode camera will always try to give you the best result as possible but pro mode is where your skill is required. Try to play with the pro mode and see the best result. You can even set the settings you have done. software updates will make more progress clicks .
     

  9. ralxtew Gingerbread Jun 8, 2018

    ralxtew, Jun 8, 2018 :
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  10. W1528135980957 Eclair Jun 8, 2018

    W1528135980957, Jun 8, 2018 :

    Then it'd be exactly the same as any camera?

    I'm not sure the point you're trying to make here so please do clarify if I've just missed something, but every camera will perform badly in not ideal situations, and there's all kinds of hardware limitations, phonomena that occur.

    also the camera only has digital zoom not optical, unless you're thinking of adding phone lens.

    My 70D or 5D mk iii doesn't allow me to just pull the camera out in non ideal situation, press a button in AV mode and boom I've got a stock photo I can make a few 100 on a year.

    regarding low light situations, everything does underperform with auto scenarios, it's up to you as the photographer to understand and work with the tools you have, the locations, lighting and subject.

    I'm hoping this doesn't come across as rude but it just sounds like people are just expecting unrealistic miracles from just pointing and tapping
     

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  12. W1528135980957 Eclair Jun 8, 2018

    W1528135980957, Jun 8, 2018 :
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    in auto photo mode if you tap and hold your focus area you'll activate AE/AF lock mode.

    it does exactly what it says, locks the focus and locks the exposure

    the cog to the right you can then dial in your exposure.

    bare in mind this is still auto mode so it'll affect the exposure triangle over all to try and best suit (shutter speed, aperture, iso)

    if you don't know what the exposure triangle is consider some research on photography in general :).
     

  13. Terryruiz Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 8, 2018

  14. W1528135980957 Eclair Jun 8, 2018

    W1528135980957, Jun 8, 2018 :
    if you're recording in 4k for this Terry, it's quite possibly a software issues.

    if you can regularly remake this happen, I highly advise making your own thread on it so that Devs would be able to see it better.

    otherwise I recommend closing all apps and maybe restarting phone to see whether that fixes it.

    I've had issues with this in the past with phones and mostly it was software codecs not being optimised or ram issues

    try shooting in different resolutions too to see if it does it with everything or just 4k

    hope that helps
     

  15. Udaykiran014 Cupcake Jun 8, 2018


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  17. apisarenco Gingerbread Jun 8, 2018


  18. Baidya99 Froyo Jun 8, 2018

    Baidya99, Jun 8, 2018 :
    OK thanks for the reply
     

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  19. apisarenco Gingerbread Jun 8, 2018

    apisarenco, Jun 8, 2018 :
    ok, sorry for my last reply. not everybody knows how photos are done and I shouldn't expect that.

    Your photo needs light. how much light is determined by the sensor quality and image processor. the sensor in phones is crap, but the processor is among the best. You have ISO which is basically light sensitivity. best keep it low to avoid noise, or we say it's I.

    so you must get X amount of light. How do you get that?
    well you need to open up the shutter for T time, to allow light to pass through an opening the size of A. When all you have is the ambient light L

    X = T * A * I * L

    when L is low (low light), the camera tries to obtain X by other means. A is fixed on phones, and you are left just with T and I.

    so you either increase exposure time from 1/17 to, say, 10 seconds, or the phone will automatically increase ISO to that horror, or you get a really dark photo.
     

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  20. Baidya99 Froyo Jun 8, 2018

    Baidya99, Jun 8, 2018 :
    Thanks for the explanation. I will try to do some more research.
     

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