First camera samples from the HTC Amaze 4G
posted by John V. / Oct 07, 2011, 10:56 PM
Packing along an 8-megapixel auto-focus camera in the rear, it’s sure to impress with its F2.2 wide-angle lens, backside illuminated sensor, and dual-LED flash to make the experience undeniably gratifying. Of course, you won’t be able to miss a beat with its nearly instant zero shutter lag – thus, enabling you to perfectly time those candid moments.
Right away, our first order of business after getting the HTC Amaze 4G, is to take it to town and snap up some shots to better see what it’s all about. So yeah, check out the samples we’ve been able to snap up in the short time holding onto the phone, and judge for yourself whether it has the right balance to seriously put that point and shooter to rest for good.
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The camera on this device is simply fantastic!
posted on Oct 07, 2011, 11:00 PM 4
Posts: 292; Member since: May 03, 2011
It's too bad all of the new HTC's with bluetooth 3.0 have a crappy broken blueZ stack that isn't backwards compatible with 2009 and older cars that have bluetooth 2.x!
posted on Oct 08, 2011, 12:16 AM 1
Posts: 1048; Member since: Dec 10, 2010
Because if that's the case, and if I upgrade to a new HTC (Vigor perhaps) and if it has 3.0 that wont work with my 07 and 08 vehicles which I flawlessly use Bluetooth in right now with my TB, I'd be pissed too.
posted on Oct 08, 2011, 12:18 PM 1
oh man!!! iphone 4s camer is only F2.8 appreture,this is F2.2 ...wow!!!maybe i need to switch to htc amaze
posted on Oct 08, 2011, 6:48 AM 2
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4s has F2.4
posted on Oct 08, 2011, 10:04 AM 4
At last...Htc made a phone with good camera...congrats!!!
posted on Oct 08, 2011, 8:22 AM 1
Posts: 90; Member since: Aug 02, 2011
I'm a loyal HTC fan. I have an EVO right now and really don't find my camera all that lacking. But being human, we always want improvements and I've been waiting to see HTC focus on better cameras. (sorry for the pun). That said, can someone explain why the shot of the church is out of skew? The trees lean in. And the shot of Best Buy, the columns lean in. + low light photos please.
posted on Oct 08, 2011, 2:26 PM 0
Posts: 320; Member since: Jun 23, 2011
"The net result is a much brighter flash for camera use. So, you might ask, why don't all phone cameras come with Xenon flash? Cost. Putting in a Xenon flash unit is much more expensive. Power. Physics dictates (even after allowing for power efficiency variation) that if more light energy is created then more power will ultimately be drawn from the phone's battery. In my experience, the extra power drain per flash can be as much as ten times that of a LED flash. No continuous mode. Most LED flash units can operate 'on' all the time, if needed, for recording a video sequence, for example. Extra LED needed anyway. Even though the main flash is Xenon, a LED light is needed anyway in order that the camera can focus in dark conditions, ahead of the Xenon flash triggering and the photo being taken. Close-ups can be spoiled. When shooting something very close-up, the sheer amount of light can be a problem, washing out the subject. On the other hand, the advantages of using a Xenon flash in a phone camera are: Better illumination. Obviously. Typically around ten times the amount of light output as an LED flash but enough to make a dramatic difference to a scene. Faster illumination. With its far, far faster illumination time, a Xenon flash-lit shot will capture anything moving beautifully crisply. You can effectively say goodbye to blurry, grainy indoor photos once and for all. With disadvantages outweighing advantages by 5 to 2, you can see why manufacturers opt for LED flashes most of the time."
posted on Oct 09, 2011, 1:00 PM 0
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