Optional, 07 Mar 2013Industry experts, and that's camera industry not mobile, have been saying for a long time that... moresorry! What i mean to say is.. it can't replace my nokia 808 pureview for camera use.. :D
Optional, 07 Mar 2013Industry experts, and that's camera industry not mobile, have been saying for a long time that... moreseriously? Did you bother to read this?? And did you understand everything that's in it??!
Yeah instagram doesn't make you a photographer cause it's only for amateurs or maybe a good alternative for those who are into photography!- It's only an app found in ios or in android!! Compact cameras, dslr, slr don't have it; and symbian does not support instagram!!! We mainly rely on its sensor and its pixel size & number plus some other stuffs!
Now thanks for the link you provided but here is a thing let's be more specific since we're talking about smartphones and their cameras.. I will provide you a link which i agree with the content and which i think would be far more understandable for you guys...
Mind you i dont hate the phone (htc one) in fact i like the industrial design and everything about it except for the camera.. i'm looking forward to it and see if it's worth the purchase.. But definitely i can't reply my nokia 808 pureview for camera use..! :)
pasi, 08 Mar 2013wtf
4mp???bro its ultrapixels.....
really grt one
asaly, 08 Mar 2013Does it support arabic language and does it contain an arabic keyboard ????. Please some answer me yes for sure
pasi, 08 Mar 2013wtf 4mp???4MP ULTRA PIXEL ...not Mega Pixel ( old version, Sony Z, Samsung 3 )
Some camera reviews. (4 different phones).
From what i have been reading:
The problem most people have when trying to dismiss a brand is they simply hate the brand and will not attempt to look at facts or even what's in front of them.
This is a very fair report based on what was found at the time:
su, 08 Mar 20134 ultra pixel is insanity in a phone..u get the clarity of a dslr camera...the phone is a genu... moreyou have 4 statements - maybe you like no. 4:) and for all of them you get from me a big ONE...No. There's no innovation, slashing the resolution was done before just to have bigger pixels. And all these comments about the camera having a resolution of 4 ultrapixels, which equal in fact 12 or 13MP are the most hilarious I've seen...they go neck in neck with these praising that big pixels are everything, but that crappy tiny sensor with that crappy lens(same as in One X/+) won't make miracles and I almost forgot these posts about being in the possession of One:)))))))))))...
4 ultra pixel is insanity in a phone..u get the clarity of a dslr camera...the phone is a genuine innovation in terms of technology..htc is truely quietly brilliant.
zzzzzzz, 07 Mar 2013please anyone tell me about 4 ultra pixelsThe Ultra pixels are larger pixels than normal pixels and as such are able to receive more light making the photos better quality in low light conditions, similar to the Nokia lumia 920 from what I've been told. According to htc it is equivalent to 13mp of normal pixels!
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AnonD-58388, 08 Mar 2013Your thinking about samsung makes you more of an anti-technology guy. How can you say somethin... moreTo me the eyescroll and eyepause seem utterly inconvenient . Like smart stay and a bunch of other features I deactivated asap on my Note2.
BlinkFeed and Zoe look like much, much better features to me.
Anonymous, 06 Mar 2013Dear clueless, MP does equal image quality and all the ultrapixel does is bring in more light ... moreDear arrogant clueless, I HAVE done my homework. Megapixels do NOT directly equate to image quality. You can smash 40 MP together, but they won't help you at all without an appropriate sensor. "A small sensor (like we have in phones) means that pixels themselves have to be smaller if there are going to be a lot of them, and small pixels suck. Like a crowded fraternity basement, a small, high-megapixel phone sensor creates images mired by discoloration and noise. They may be large images, in terms of the JPEG you view on your screen, but they're not precise, beautiful images." You are correct that the ultrapixels are designed to bring in more light, but you make yourself "look like an idiot" if you believe that light, in photography, is only important for dark situations. With ALL other technology being equal, sure more MP would be better given the sensor is capable, however that isn't, and never will be, the case. It's Sensor > image stabilization > photographic experience (matters less since we are dealing with phones.) > MP. Case in point, if MP mattered the most then I guess the 12-13 mp cameras on the lg and Sony phones outperform them 8mp setup on the Nokia 920? Oh wait, they don't. MP junkies are almost as bad as people that think processor clock speed matters most, while ignoring the architecture behind it.
Does it support arabic language and does it contain an arabic keyboard ????. Please some answer me
Your thinking about samsung makes you more of an anti-technology guy. How can you say something about a product which didn't even launch yet. Try being fair when you start judging our else just write before you comment something - "i think that...".
& fyi am not using a Samsung device. Wait for the S4. & do search for 'eye scrolling','eye tracking' and 'eye pause' features. They are really innovating.
dude712, 07 Mar 2013Hello guys... I owned htc butterfly for about 2month now..the only downside of butterfly is t... moreGo with the One. Or if you want to wait for GS4 take them both side by side in your hands and compare them. You'll never look back at Samsung again.
bigbite87, 07 Mar 2013you're pathetic for believeing in this so called "ultrapixel".. And you question me ... moreIndustry experts, and that's camera industry not mobile, have been saying for a long time that picture quality is governed by a lot more than just the number of pixels. The size of those pixels is massively important, otherwise why would an SLR use 6.4µm (Canon 5D m2) pixels if 1.1µm (xperia Z) does the same job?
Bigger pixels = more light = better pictures
Here's an interesting paper on the subject
P.S. A few pics on Instagram does not make you a photographer.
AnonD-121122, 07 Mar 2013I am surprised about rear camera .. as on the HTC site they didn't mentioned about 4mp CAMERA.... moreIt's an Ultrapixel sensor made up of 4 million pixels. The pixels though are larger and therefore gather more light making a better image, especially in low light. The ONLY compromise if you can call it that, is that it's native print size is 8"x10" (about an A4 sheet) but nobody prints off their phone, and if they do, they're not printing posters. The picture quality is really good, better than 12megapixel compacts