OnePlus One gets 'Clear image' camera feature in latest CyanogenMod 11S update
By Luis D.
Aug 12, 2014, 2:15 AM
With the latest CyanogenMod 11S update, OnePlus introduced a new camera mode. Called "Clear image", it stitches together 10 individual photos of the same scene into one higher-quality photo.
Sound familiar? The "HD Camera" mode found in the Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a has similar idea, but it pulls out 50MP interpolated photos. In contrast, the OnePlus' "Clear image" keeps the original 13MP resolution and file size, but improves the details by greatly reducing the noise level.
Check out the official samples in the gallery below. The first three photos depict 100% zoomed-in crops of photos taken with the OnePlus One in 'Auto' and 'Clear Image' mode, while the next three photos are full-sized images in both modes.
OnePlus One owners shall be bestowed with the 'Clear image' functionality in the ongoing CyanogenMod 11S over-the-air update (30O).
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