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Answered Photo pixelated

  1. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 24, 2019

    G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU , Aug 24, 2019 :
    1566645423200.jpg On zooming the photo

    I click the attached photo and this is how it came.
    1566645328453.jpg

    1566645328585.jpg
    I dont know why did this happened
    I clicked it in 2x in normal mode
    and everytime i get the same. Please solve the issue
     
    Last edited: Aug 24, 2019

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  2. stark2991_PL
    KitKat Aug 24, 2019

    stark2991_PL , Aug 24, 2019 :
    There is no issue here. Digital zoom is not a lossless zoom. The more you zoom in, the worse quality you get. Simple as that.
     

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  3. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 24, 2019

    G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU , Aug 24, 2019 :
    But it didnt happen in pro mode it only happens when I am using 2x in normal mode
     

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  4. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 24, 2019


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  5. Baymax
    Marshmallow Aug 24, 2019

    Baymax , Aug 24, 2019 :
    Which device?
     

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  6. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 25, 2019


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  7. Baymax
    Marshmallow Aug 25, 2019

    Baymax , Aug 25, 2019 :
    As @stark2991_PL already said:
    Being that the 2x zoom is digital rather than telephoto, there will absolutely be a loss of quality.
     

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  8. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 25, 2019

    G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU , Aug 25, 2019 :
    But while using the 2x in pro mode it does'nt shows pixels
     

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  9. Baymax
    Marshmallow Aug 25, 2019

    Baymax , Aug 25, 2019 :
    Only in the viewfinder or when the photo is taken as well?
     

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  10. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 25, 2019


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  11. Baymax
    Marshmallow Aug 25, 2019

    Baymax , Aug 25, 2019 :
    Pro mode should have different settings unless you left everything on auto...
     

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  12. Baymax
    Marshmallow Aug 25, 2019

    Baymax , Aug 25, 2019 :
    Also words of the wise: shooting directly at the sun like that like that will always come out pixelated. It is hard for any phone camera to capture details with the sun being the main focus of the image. Not to mention it could also harm your camera sensor.

    Try taking a photo that isn't in direct sun and you will see that the pixelated photo no longer exists.
     

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  13. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 25, 2019

    G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU , Aug 25, 2019 :
    I have taken many photos like that before but never have I ever got a click like this, the pro mode settings were on auto when I clicked.
     

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  14. Baymax
    Marshmallow Aug 25, 2019

    Baymax , Aug 25, 2019 :
    Then that confirms it is happening because you were shooting directly into the sun.
     

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  15. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 25, 2019

    G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU , Aug 25, 2019 :
    Thanx for the advice bro.
     

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  16. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 25, 2019


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  17. Baymax
    Marshmallow Aug 25, 2019


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  18. stark2991_PL
    KitKat Aug 25, 2019

    stark2991_PL , Aug 25, 2019 :
    Probably because of HDR. AFAIK there is no HDR in the Pro mode, and using it in normal mode leads to the digital artifacts, like on your image.
     

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  19. G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU
    Eclair Aug 25, 2019

    G_Vishal_Panjwani_ddPU , Aug 25, 2019 :
    yupp that can be the reason i guess.
     

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