2012-03-09 10:51 AM
so do you think higher iso's because of the exomr..??
whats the default value of iso in the neo v..??
and if we want to take crisp images iso should be set at lower values..right..??
2012-03-09 08:47 PM
I pointed out the difference in ISO because the ExmorR CMOS sensor on the RAY is supposed to be 'more light sensitive'. Thus ... it should be able to take a picture at a lower ISO value.
So it really surprised me that it was using almost ISO 400 which in any moderate priced digital camera will start to show noise.
Really though the Ray does take a more appealing picture. Look at this full size and then zoomed 2x crop and the edge enhancement the C905 has: (you might need to click on the image to open it to size)
2012-03-09 08:53 PM
Here for comparison is from the Xperia Ray. Note the better definition in the blacks of the barcode and no edge enhancement.
If Sony would just allow selection of picture quality compression level I think this could be resolved.
2012-03-09 08:57 PM
If its coz of ISO then we might get custom settings to choose ISO settings ourselves ... chck this out
This is a Xperia S screen shot .. i hope 2011 line up will also get this settings in ICS
2012-03-09 09:12 PM
2012-03-09 10:20 PM
hmm maybe its a hardware limitation?
anyways uli try this App
some member suggested it and i noticed it gives Low ISO values at night as it is night here so i cant take outdoors pics right now .. try it ..its not tht good but i can see slight improvement for sure
2012-03-09 10:25 PM
2012-03-09 10:27 PM
lol keep the cam stable as this app does not have image stabilizer
omg also try the Video .. the auto focus changes soo fast though it a lot dark using the flash also .. but i guess in day light the video recorder will rock .. it less thn a second to shift focus unline stock gingerbread which takes 2-3 sec
waiting for ur review