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2017-09-19 11:20 AM
If steadyshot cuts out the sides and "fixes" the distortion then apply it to photos aswell as we wouldn´t mind that feature for stabiliation as XZ/XZS/XZP and now XZ1 aswell as the older devices don´t have OIS.
Because the Steadyshot stabiliation lens profile correction actually works for video then it should work for imaging aswell...
recording a video in 1080p uses only a small part of a sensor - a 1920x1080 area out of available 5056x3792. that's probably why the distortion isn't as pronounced in videos.
2017-09-21 10:21 PM
2017-09-22 12:53 AM - edited 2017-09-22 01:01 AM
@Lukas333 I'm not saying that the distortion doesn't exist, and I'll tell you I already tried to replicate those pictures to get the same level of distortion and I simply can't. By taking the exif I can reproduce the same exact conditions on several architectural subjects to check if I can take pictures like those.
Lack of exif or original photos then can lead me to think that the device used to take those pictures is really damaged or that the photos are not original but modified with photoshop or similar apps hence that some users here are just trying to troll and/or start dramas.
2017-09-22 03:30 AM
I think yogem comment is right.
I'm sure distortion is really there but I also want to see the original photo with exif.
2017-09-22 09:14 AM - edited 2017-09-22 09:18 AM
This is one bad distortion. I have distortion, but not like this. This is realy bad. What is your Rev. number?
2017-09-22 11:54 AM
wow!! Thats some sh!tty fotos you got there!! I would never acept something like this. try to take your money back, may be this is hardware failure because its just ridiculous even for the XZP...