Anonymous, 14 Jan 2018You need to have a device with Android 8 Oreo and Raw support whether Samsung or not.You do not.. Running on my Exynos S8+ with Nougat 7.0.
ithehappy, 14 Jan 2018That port is for Samsung devices only?You need to have a device with Android 8 Oreo and Raw support whether Samsung or not.
Those who want portrait effect on old phones just capture a normal picture and edit it its quite simple and not take more than 3mins but so far the best portrait mode is on huawei via wide aperture IMO its just great you can adjust blur and refocus even after picture has been saved
The app does not even open on my phone which is using SD820
That app is very bad.
I tried it wid my exynos s8 plus and it doesnt take good pictures at all....
I am talking about the post processing
Tried it on Mi5 but the app doesn't open. Any solution?
Small advice for users who got cheap ( :) ) not 999€$ priced device, but also for those who bought it and its mode is useless or those who want new phone just for "Portrait Mode". Try taking selfie while you move/rotate yourself holding phone tightly. Everyone got Portrait mode... and it blurs nicely, the older the better.
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2018I don't see why Pixel lovers keep saying "Oh, we don't need stupid dual camera setups as the 2... moreI'm Pixel 2 owner and I tell you this the best camera. If the quality can be achieved with one camera, then I don't see any use in second camera... It will just increase the cost and ruin design of a phone, especially if it's a small phone.
I haven't even once bothered using the bokeh effect on my Note 8. I use the telephoto lens for lossless zooming while recording videos or taking photos of a distant subject, and that's the main advantage of having two cameras. Much wider angles can easily be imitated with panorama software, so, not missing out on anything compared to having an even wider angle lens as the secondary lens...
I don't see why Pixel lovers keep saying "Oh, we don't need stupid dual camera setups as the 2017 Pixel phones have proved!"....there's NO advantage of having only one sensor over two, however the same can't be said for the opposite argument (optical zoom, dedicated wide-angle, proper b/w shots, etc.)
AnonD-664474, 14 Jan 2018Nobody really needs two cameras to give off awesome bokeh effects. I think the best solution ... moreThe Nexus 6P has the LAF. So the port works just great on it. I can confirm so.
Nobody really needs two cameras to give off awesome bokeh effects.
I think the best solution for artificial bokeh is by using Laser AF because it literally calculates the right distance from the subject.
With secondary lens, you're basically stuck on its limit distance (56mm or whatever) but with Laser AF, you can accurately determine the distance to the subject.
Someone Else, 14 Jan 2018Since the upcoming Snapdragon 845 can support background blur without a secondary lense, I thi... moreSadly there is no user benefit to the pixel 2 only having one. Not in a better sensor, lower cost, or more things packed in.
Just google making the pixel 2...especially tge xl the most over priced android....or basically the iphone of android
Someone Else, 14 Jan 2018Since the upcoming Snapdragon 845 can support background blur without a secondary lense, I thi... moreAny cpu can do without 2nd camera.
It can be done by software.
Sony has cam app Background Defocus, even L1 and E5 can use.
But it has only 8MP option.
Samples of s8 are ridiculous
Guys i install say not installed im samsung?
Since the upcoming Snapdragon 845 can support background blur without a secondary lense, I think it's safe to assume that the next Pixel will have 'only' one lense, just like the Galaxy S9. Although it's not perfect as having a secondary lense, it would definitely free up some space for some critical component.
That port is for Samsung devices only?
I guess my Nexus does a better job there.