UMI MAX crappy camera problem

andrew82 Post time 2016-12-27 05:23:08 | Show all posts [Copy link]
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Post time 2016-11-5 23:07:52 | Show all posts
I am fine with the camera, outside pictures are good enough, inside you need a steady hand.
It's ok for the price.
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 Author| Post time 2016-11-7 16:56:37 | Show all posts
Ford_Prefect replied at 2016-11-5 23:07
I am fine with the camera, outside pictures are good enough, inside you need a steady hand.
It's ok  ...

All photos you sent are with still objects. Try to make photo of old person who's trying to walk very slowly...

...and please, do not use video recorder.

This is an expample photo of my kid who's just slowly moved her head.


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Post time 2016-11-18 17:36:34 | Show all posts
I second that. Pictures of my kids running around are all blurry, even in day-light conditions. Not sure what the maximum shutter is, but it's definitely not high.  I'm a pro photographer so I don't really use my phone for that purpose, but if you bought it for photos, you are out of luck, it's really really bad. Even for video, it lags a lot.

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Post time 2016-11-23 15:28:39 | Show all posts
There are some camera options in the (secret) engineer menu you get to from dialling *#*#3646633#*#*

have used this to change some spreaker settings but have not messed with the camera options as i basically have no clue what i'm doing. If someone with a bit more knowledge could have a tinker and report back then maybe we could fix this steaming pile.

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Post time 2016-12-27 05:23:08 | Show all posts
I tried to set the shutter speed to a minimum, which is "1" but it doesnt really help. Can somebody tell me what kind of camera is used in the UmiMax. So if I get detailed camera specifications, we can calculate the shutter speed depending on the ISO.
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