Megha Maity, 04 May 2016Mi5 keep vibrating without any reason. Why it's happen? Does any one the problem and solution?... moreEven my phone is vibrating continuously.. Without any reason...plz help me
Mi5 keep vibrating without any reason. Why it's happen? Does any one the problem and solution? Please help.
@nightyknight, I have the redmi note3 ...and the camera is better than Iphone 6S... so... i won't believe you :)
moderate commenter, 27 Feb 2016very trustworthy, much WOW,totally reliable #fanboyism@itsfinestI don't know what you're trying to say. But I really did some testing at the showroom.
Just discover that Mi5 OIS perform when I was taking video, quality wise(video doesn't shake much) on par with Samsung S6 edge +
However, when I tried to shake the phone while capturing pictures, OIS doesn't help much to stop the blurry. Samsung top range and Iphone 6S plus doesn't have this kind of issue.
May I get any advise if OIS wasn't relevant on this matter? Or was it because of the software issue?
Guys, I was in the Mi showroom and briefly did some test use.
The OIS doesn't really perform in reality. When I swinging both iPhones 6S and Mi5 side by side and snapping photo at same time, the results show that iPhones 6S still a better camera. Mostly Mi5's photos just blur and the OIS doesn't really help much.
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2016Z5p
Doesn't have oisyes you are right, my mistake.
z5p do not have ois (optical image stabilization)
instead... it have dis (digital image stabilization
but what ever the system they use, my point is,
z5p have the best stabilization when it comes to video recording in 2015.
And I'm waiting the latest flagships of 2016 to challenge it
AnonD-246723, 25 Feb 2016As a real engineer i would say that you are wrong . There is no need to use more than 3 axis ... moreJust remind me in which engineering projects you've been involved so that I can avoid them like the plague...
bm, 25 Feb 2016In the shake test videos, it is clear that different levels of zoom are being used on each pho... moreplease thats a lie ..dont you know all cameras are different in the way they view things.. FOV
Eske Rahn, 25 Feb 2016I think you are confusing movements along a dimension with rotation along an axis. If you l... moreRefer to the 1st post . I never comment on the correctness of the definition . I comment on the marketing ad and some people opinion who think its a new technology and a whole new level when compared with lg g4 ois .
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2016I am sorry, but I'm not wrong. It's used everywhere in the industry. How else would you descri... moreYou are correct but you are not right .
Read the post from beginning before lecturing .
@win vs droid ... apple does not invent shit! it only markets new technology better to sell their phones more...
its just an IT ad , dont argue . AD is always make thing look attractive.
i only know world is follow what Apple done , although im hate apple product but i have to admit we benefit from Apple invention.
In the shake test videos, it is clear that different levels of zoom are being used on each phone, with the mi 5 being the least zoomed in (especially for the flower pot). This leads to the image stabilisation looking more effective as the image of the flower pot seems to move less. A VERY POORLY DESIGNED TEST, AND DISHONEST.
AnonD-413889, 25 Feb 2016That would only matter if the device was rolling the phones, it appeared to just be a diagonal... morebut they placed the phones in such a way that the subject being viewed is in focus.
AnonD-246723, 25 Feb 2016As a real engineer i would say that you are wrong .
There is no need to use more than 3 axis ... moreI think you are confusing movements along a dimension with rotation along an axis.
If you look at three axis through the centre of a dice you can flip it as you please, but yo can not move it.
This OIS-system can do rotation on two axis, plus moves in two directions. The last two is commonly (though a bit mathematically) seen as rotations around two axis at infinity. This is why it is called four axis.
Think a straight movements of a boat on the ocean, it is strictly not moves along a straight line but rotation around an axis through the centre of the earth.