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Simon Desser

Pictures taken with QTek 8010! - Look pretty crap to me!

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Check out these pictures taken with the QTek 8010, they look pretty crap to me :P

Let's hope the production models are better :?:

http://www.mysmartphone.no/modules.php?op=...order=0&thold=0

And before anyone says that's all you can expect from a VGA phone camera - IT'S NOT, my P900's pictures would blow these away, especially taken outdoors in bright conditions like these were :?

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they dont look that bad to me, but i dont own a p900 or a e200 for that matter lol

how do the pics compare to the e200?

(btw seems its not just the mpx220 thats got camera problems then!)

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Have you noticed that explicity choosing 'Daylight' gives you a better picture? Also, go in to options and set JPEG compression to 'SuperFine'...

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"]Have you noticed that explicity choosing 'Daylight' gives you a better picture? Also, go in to options and set JPEG compression to 'SuperFine'...

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Yeah, I USUALLY change the setting to Daylight etc. (time permitting, if you've got time to let the egg timer spin for a while :roll: ) and I ALWAYS have it set to "Superfine".

Here's a daylight and daylight setting comparison :P

Daylight E200.jpg

Daylight P900.jpg

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The 8010 pics aren't so bad but I can see where you're coming from Simon. Seems the Typhoon doesn't deal with the colour blue very well! Strange as some of the other colours are vivid enough...

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The E200 has terrible purple fringing. The P900 seems to be better at removing it.

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it seems that e200 have a badword compression, same picture P900 : 81.7KB, and E200 : 29.7KB ... ? are you sure u re in super fin with the E200 ?

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