I've been using this phone for about 2 weeks and love everything about it except the camera. Is this a case where it has good optics and crappy software like the Nexus 4? Or is is just crappy hardware? I tried using Camera Zoom FX and the pictures are not much better. Is there anyway to make this thing take a decent picture? Any other apps or settings I can check to get decent pictures?
Hey guys, right now I'm running CM10(stable) i like the camera but not as much as i liked the stock GS3 camera, so if anyone could link me to a note 2 or GS3 camera and explain how to install it and everything, that would be great. Or a link to another thread with a download and instructions
Pretty simple... Post up ONLY photos taken in photosphere and ONLY if they were taken with either a Nexus S or Nexus S 4G... If possible, include links to them on G+ so we can see them in full 360... You can also post up any "tiny planet" photos if they came out good!!
I'll start first with one i took outside my apartment when i was first learning the 4.2 camera...
I have the values P1,P2,P3,P4 with Screen-Points (x,y) and Longitude,Latitude. In addition to that, I have a camera (lat,long), the height of the camera (1.6m (constant)) and the orientation of the camera (bearing, pitch, roll)
Now i want to calculate for PX(lat,long) the estimated position on my display (if its visible).
Guy, this weekend I have to flash a custom ROM onto an i717. There is so much info on here that I can't seem to find a decent guide on how to install a custom recovery without tripping the flash counter. I've rooted and custom recovery on a Skyrocket, SIII, Nexus 7, Kindle Fire, Motorola Atrix 4G. I'm not a noob when it comes to this so please help me out.
my girlfriend got a LG Optimus L3 (40) from me to WhatsApp with me.
Now her parents want to buy her a new (real) phone around 250. Her sister choosed the Galaxy S3 Mini (250).
Of course I said, choose the Nexus 4 (310), choose it, it's awesome, Nexus 4!!!
But she thinks about getting an S3 Mini, too.
We’ve written numerous posts about the Lytro camera and have done gift guide reviews on it, so we thought — why not give one away? Thanks to Lytro, we have one free 8GB camera to give away.
The Lytro is one of the most sought after cameras out there right now because it’s so different.