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Hi,

I just created a video example using my new HTC Kaiser (see attachment).

But, why it is so bad?

Those people were just walking normally, not running.

The movements were recorded very blurry.

Did I do wrong?

There is no fancy setting, just use video mode ...

Is it because of indoor situation?

Or my device is faulty?

Please help me ...

VIDEO_001.mp4

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Guest LaSepultura

Mine is very blurry too. Nowhere near the awesome quality of Paul's sample video where he was walking around outside near his car.

I dunno.

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Hi,

I just created a video example using my new HTC Kaiser (see attachment).

But, why it is so bad?

Those people were just walking normally, not running.

The movements were recorded very blurry.

Did I do wrong?

There is no fancy setting, just use video mode ...

Is it because of indoor situation?

Or my device is faulty?

Please help me ...

i cant even open this video. ive tried WMP, TCMP, Quicktime, and they all say the video is corrupted.

EDIT: i was able to convert it to AVI and watch, yes, it's too fast. with my sda it was like that using the default camera program recording in the MP4 format. im sure if coolcamera worked it would be fine. some people ive talked to on youtube they say their camera worked fine. do you think there has been some faulty kaisers out there?

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Lads, I tried to view all your clips - but not one of them opened! Any ideas why? I'm using a Mac, and I clicked on the links and that didnt work. So I then downloaded the files and that also did not work?!?!?!?!

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Aye, I can't open in Quicktime either. I'll repost some videos in the other format that does play in Quicktime as soon as I get a chance. In the meantime let me describe my issue in detail and please input your experiences.

Testing it this morning outside 9:45am the camera worked perfectly. As soon as I walked indoors and the inside came into focus while the sun outside went out of focus the camera dropped in frames per second dramatically. Moving the camera or just walking would cause blurryness.

So the main problem is indoor shooting. Could my fellow Kaiser owners test out their camera indoors and post back their results. I'd like to get at least one person to say "i have no problem" so I can call HTC.

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Guest LaSepultura

I called HTC support today. The operator said he had never heard of this issue and put me on hold. After talking to a senior engineer he told me that this is normal and that I could change the AutoFocus to Regular instead of Auto and that would make the blurryness go away but make the picture grainy.

I cannot find any AutoFocus setting other than the "White Balance". So I have no idea.

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