Why does my opo camera socks?

  1. ChaitanyaR
    Froyo Dec 10, 2014

    ChaitanyaR , Dec 10, 2014 :
    Got my opo 3 days ago. These are by far the worst low light camera shots I have ever seen.....
    Please help!!!

    And I meant sucks!!!

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  2. Mr kryptonite
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 10, 2014

  3. Paarkhi
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 10, 2014

  4. Rhitish
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 10, 2014

  5. ChaitanyaR
    Froyo Dec 10, 2014

  6. neugal
    Honeycomb Dec 10, 2014

    neugal , Dec 10, 2014 :
    I know...its not that good for low light interior..trying changing to night mode...see if that helps.

  7. The_Rahman
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 10, 2014

    The_Rahman , Dec 10, 2014 :
    Still a good bargain for 22k don't you think.

    And yes the camera has poor low light image capturing capabilities.

  8. iwant1p1
    Cupcake Dec 10, 2014

    iwant1p1 , Dec 10, 2014 :
    In the low light it is not iPhone grade. But in good light, it is really good. Even in backlit scenes. image.jpg

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  9. kartik666
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 10, 2014

    kartik666 , Dec 10, 2014 :
    Don't really think anyone bought the phone for camera. Anyway try focussing and refocussing.

  10. dhiraj16
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 10, 2014

  11. Mohd Sultan
    Honeycomb Dec 10, 2014

  12. igeekyayush
    KitKat Dec 10, 2014

    igeekyayush , Dec 10, 2014 :
    Camera Socks! Ab socks photo kheech raha hai toh aur kya chaiye :3


    Jokes apart. Did you check Camera settings?

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  13. prasathvishnu
    Honeycomb Dec 10, 2014

    prasathvishnu , Dec 10, 2014 :
    I don't own OP yet. So, I don't have a personal experience of the OP's camera quality yet.

    Coming to the point of Camera Quality:
    Now a days, people really don't take their Point and Shoot Camera or DSLR to all the places. It is taken only for planned occasions. So, phone camera plays an important role.

    Just think about you are attending a office dinner party where lights are not so great. So, your phone should be able to take a decent usable picture. (many phones these days could do it well)

    Remember OP is a flagship phone. We are not expecting the picture quality to close to DSLR. The expectation is somewhere close to Point and Shoot camera. There are many phones including HTC One S, HTC One X, Xperia P which were sold at 20-23k 1-2 year back, which could take pretty good pictures.

    So, our expectation of OP to meet 2 year old phone's camera quality is very reasonable. :)

  14. levronstyle212
    Gingerbread Dec 10, 2014

    levronstyle212 , Dec 10, 2014 :
    If you depend on "Auto" settings that's what you get out of Tiny sensor on Smartphones. Try to fiddle with ISO setting in low light. Still wanted to go advance? Get Camera FV-5 and you could tweak Aperture/ISO etc and you'd get far more quality pictures in day/low-light conditions.