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Long exposure photography issue

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Long exposure photography issue

When I take a long exposure photography with a Tripod (or something like that to fastened the phone), I found that the photo is a little blurry. I think OIS is the reason for this(The phone is not Shaking, but for some reason the OIS still Compensation) .

Have anyone considered this?   Slightly smiling Face      (I think just adding a buttom to enable/disable the OSI can solved this...or just disable the OIS when the phone is stable.

Thanks!

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Re: Long exposure photography issue

I noticed it but I just thought that OIS didin't improve much to sony camera when it comes to long exposure pics, especially at night. 

 

I am slowly giving up with this phone, especially still no 21:9 mode which is just a config change and button Slightly frowning Face

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Re: Long exposure photography issue


@zhangchaosd wrote:

When I take a long exposure photography with a Tripod (or something like that to fastened the phone), I found that the photo is a little blurry. I think OIS is the reason for this(The phone is not Shaking, but for some reason the OIS still Compensation) .

Have anyone considered this?   Slightly smiling Face      (I think just adding a buttom to enable/disable the OSI can solved this...or just disable the OIS when the phone is stable.

Thanks!


Set a 3 second timer for after pressing the shutter.

This gets rid of that initial wobble



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Re: Long exposure photography issue

 

Or even get a black piece of card, put it over the lenses, THEN press the shutter release and quicly snatch the card away.

 

Learned that on astrophotograpy with the old Zenith SLR cameras Grinning Face