Tann Hauser, 07 Jun 2019Unreputable?!
https://m.facebook.com/pg/flipnfillcreation/about/?ref=m_notif&... moreYup i dig the guy FB profile.
Bunch of photography goodness. He's a pro for sure.
Livid, 05 Jun 2019It's not true 10 bit, but 8+2, even Sony's own website clarifies that... please research more.... moreEither 8+2 or 10 bit your beloved brand can only produce 8 bit display just a 2 bit less and less smooth picture.
Livid, 07 Jun 2019Because 99% of people want full auto mode. Point & shoot shots. Most other brands do this ... moreMine does not have OIS ...... I have two options at night.
1) I can set lower ISO
2) I can use auto and let ISO goes up
If I choose option 2, the results will be my fault not cellphone's ....
If I choose option 1 results will be much better, from the same phone.
So it is not processing, it is settings chosen. Always been since Z.
Except Apple and Google all other have manual mode.
If they offer, it is because they expect people to use otherwise only auto would be available.
Using Night modes it is same of going to manual and setting the right settings. It is not auto.
[deleted post] Can't wait for some real honest reviews to show up here..
Zhao min, 07 Jun 2019Your links are always from highly unreputable sources.
Try again dude
Cant get more reputable than a proffesional photographer with this bio...
Try again fella.
Anonymous, 06 Jun 2019Night is a situation that wont trigger the Backlit Scene. HDR uses slower shutter compared to... moreBecause 99% of people want full auto mode. Point & shoot shots. Most other brands do this and provide great quality. Only Sony is too stupid to realize this. Majority of my shots are done on the spot, so I want full auto and good quality. Not interested in messing about in settings. Leave all those settings for pro camera.
Shui8, 06 Jun 2019Yes dynamic range is indeed improving, & Sony has to include their Auto HDR in low lights ... moreNight is a situation that wont trigger the Backlit Scene.
HDR uses slower shutter compared to non-HDR shots.
There is a risk of blur.
People complain, why they still use just auto mode?
Once you go to manual, choose settings you want they will remain.
Shui8, 06 Jun 2019Yes dynamic range is indeed improving, & Sony has to include their Auto HDR in low lights ... moreWell this poped out on my fb feed recently:
This one too:
Tann Hauser, 06 Jun 2019Here you go...
HDR Xperia 1 lowlight shots:
Excellent res... moreYes dynamic range is indeed improving, & Sony has to include their Auto HDR in low lights environment, as i believe its more to 'what our eyes see'.
However i cant say its better than P30 or Mate 20 low lights capabilities. At least to my eyes. Will wait for more reliable deep reviews.
Xperia1 lowlight HDR photography sample (source with full res photos from the link I provided earlier) :
Tann Hauser, 06 Jun 2019I think only you and your pals have issues. I m just a Sony fan searching for some actual ... moreSorry, but you are obsessed with Sony. That's the only polite way to tell you. Although you quietened down now compared to previous years, only due to Moderators control.
Anonymous, 06 Jun 2019Can you show us a link to prove your comments about the volume ? As, Sony has a history of ... morenot bad..quite an improvement from previous sony devices. i still see it struggles with high contrast scenes. they need to work more on their auto HDR feature and a dedicated nighmode would be prefered. what firmare version did you have when you took the photos?
Anonymous, 06 Jun 2019Set lower ISO and end up with blurred images because of slow shutter speed? Your logic is weird.1/8 and 1/16s wont have blur.
And once person for example set iso400 + shutter 1/8s that remains saved until you change again. P20 Pro and Mi9 dont use OIS too. No problem being handheld.
My point is that this is all about settings, not processing.
If I set iso800 on a s10, photos will be trash. Not even Photoshop can save it.
But it will be usable at iso250.
Except few devices like P20 Pro, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20X, XZ2 Premium and OnePlus 6T/7 Pro can give you usable photos if ISO pass 800.
Some 1, 06 Jun 2019Yes, the loudspeaker is loud. It is one of the loudest and most detailed loudspeaker out there.Can you show us a link to prove your comments about the volume ?
As, Sony has a history of below average volume.
Shui8, 05 Jun 2019Now thats what i'm talking about. At least it looks excellent in daylight. And as i numerously... moreHere you go...
HDR Xperia 1 lowlight shots:
Excellent results, with much better dynamic range.
Some 1, 06 Jun 2019LDAC is made by sony and not used by other phones.All phones support ldac since oreo