So I had my frist real test for my GS3 this weekend. I went out on a very sunny day to a park and took some shot and TBH.. I was very disappointed.. Like 7 out of 10 shot would be shaky even with anti shake on. I had ISO in auto and all the quality on the highest. it will only take a good photo under bright sunlight.
Samsung condensed a few of the camera modes into “Shot & More” with the Galaxy S 5. This makes it a lot easier as all you have to do is press the shutter button, and it will take a series of burst shots. Soon after, the device will tell you what editing modes are available based on what happened in the shot.
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … Bumping.22Just to say: most of what's said about Arch in this thread is no longer true; the problem with which the thread is concerned is (probably) not the real problem and what is (probably) the real problem is now covered in the wiki (although the solution described here also works).Moreover, this thread was concerned with a fairly specific firmwar
I want to process images captured from Android camera in real-time.
I want to process all the 29-30 frames(per sec) which I can capture from CAM (processing need not be real time).
However when I process the frames one by one in a single thread, my effective frame rate becomes 3-5 as the algorithm involves some looping and I miss out lot of frames.