MAX V7.01_20170329 Android 7.0 ROM - SPFT + OTA release

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Post time 2017-4-3 15:18:55 | Show all posts
Can you please look at the Super V7.01_20170308 Android 7.0 ROM - SPFT + OTA release

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Post time 2017-4-3 19:25:50 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-4-3 03:26
It's definitely manual focus as it can work on touch screen. The ZSD function does nothing that ma ...

It's definitely NOT. Manual means that I have control over it. It's software focus != manual focus. Check on google graphics - search for "manual focus android" and you will see what manual focus means. And this software focus is bad. It's not focusing properly. I often have to touch the point I want to be focused 4 or 5 times. And it's not problem of my device, it's problem of all Umi Max. Check reviews. That's why I want manual focus so pictures can look sharp. ZSD made pictures blurried with Marshmallow, now it's fine indeed.
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The focus is always software controlled in smartphones since you don't have a focus ring or a direct motor control to adjust it.
You probably need the full manual controls provided by the Camera2 API but that does not available in any MediaTek based smartphones. You cannot enable it lately since it's not installed. For better manual focus control (sorry but even the camera app makers call any kind of manually adjusted focus 'manual focus') I suggest you to use Camera FV-5.

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Post time 2017-4-4 14:09:13 | Show all posts
Meizu M2 Note. That's all I want to say. Mediatek with manual focus. And it can be enabled in Xiaomi devices. And yes, I was talking about Camera2 API
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CzornyProrok replied at 2017-4-4 14:09
Meizu M2 Note. That's all I want to say. Mediatek with manual focus. And it can be enabled in Xiaomi ...

No, Meizu M2 Note does not support the Camera2 API (I'd be wondering where did you see that), and you can make it enabled (by editing the build.prop file) only in Snapdragon based Xiaomi phones. If you know something, please share the link of your source or I won't reply anymore, sorry.
Please try to understand that, you're requesting something, that is currently non-existent.

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Post time 2017-4-5 13:33:44 | Show all posts
I'm writing that Meizu have because I know that it is available to focus manually with Meizu devices because I had Meizu before Umi. And I asked some time ago for ClearMotion that is surely supported so I am wondering if it is possible to add this feature
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CzornyProrok replied at 2017-4-5 13:33
I'm writing that Meizu have because I know that it is available to focus manually with Meizu devices ...

Not with the MediaTek based Meizu devices. The ClearMotion is a different story. That's still present in Android 7.0, you just cannot turn it off, so it has no settings.

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Post time 2017-4-6 01:26:44 | Show all posts
bencebacsi replied at 2017-4-5 15:05
Not with the MediaTek based Meizu devices. The ClearMotion is a different story. That's still pres ...

Also with MediaTek based devices. Meizu M2 Note is powered by MediaTek and had manual focus. I was using it for a year so I'm pretty sure that I know what I'm saying

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Post time 2017-4-6 05:41:52 | Show all posts
Hello!
Is this Android 7 is AutoFocus in Video recording? In Android 6 there is no AutoFocus in recording :-(
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CzornyProrok replied at 2017-4-6 01:26
Also with MediaTek based devices. Meizu M2 Note is powered by MediaTek and had manual focus. I was ...

It's hard to believe that, a such important feature, that would be a technological miracle has never been mentioned over the internet but I don't think myself to be smarter than anybody, the lack of that information can be my mistake. So please show me the link of an evidence.
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