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Mobile World Congress 2019

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Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

Rookie
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Message 11 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

I have same problem, photos taken with stock sony camera app are noisy especialy faces. Other appslike Google camera doing fine pic without noices. Unfortunatly res is limited to 8MP.
Sony could you investigate and advice asap.
Enthusiast
Message 12 of 39
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Message 12 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

Taking pictures @8mp in auto mode and when lowering the iso it seems no noise , perfecr pictures when lowering iso . Please sony unlock the iso @23mp because z5 have perfect camera
Enthusiast
Message 13 of 39
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Message 13 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

Camera v2.0.1 on the way, many bugs fixed hope to can change iso @23 mp
Rookie
Message 14 of 39
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Message 14 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

I have i have same issues even when lowered ISO in manual Mode
Rookie
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Message 15 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

Why hardware info app is detecting only 8,3MP?
Talent
Message 16 of 39
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Message 16 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

When you refer to "do zoom", you mean, "digital zoom"? You do the zoom before take the photo?

 

Or you mean seeing the picture at real size in a computer monitor? (100%/actual/real size).

 

I have problems when I see a photo in a computer monitor, at real size, they are too noisy compared to my previous phone.

 

Enthusiast
Message 17 of 39
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Message 17 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

Faces are noisy @23mp in low light but @8mp are perfect when lowering iso
Apprentice
Message 18 of 39
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Message 18 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

Hi there,

 

I´ve changed from Z1 compact to Z5...  There is something very very wrong with low light photos. Blurry images even manual at 8 MP no definition blocky edges, colors turned to red.
I bought this cell phone because the camera. Please let us know if there is going to be an update.

Also unblock de 12k+ iso at 23 in manual mode.

Regards

One time poster
Message 19 of 39
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Message 19 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

I had a galaxy s6 and got the z5 for a better battery and the camera but must say the s6 is by far better , I made a post to show the pics and ppl agree , I had the z5 3 days and I'm selling it as apart from the batter life everything else is worse , I can't see sony being around for very long
Moderator
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Message 20 of 39

Re: Camera blure and noise issue (no iso at 20 and 23 mp)

I think you need to either get the camera looked at, or play with the controls more.
In daylight, the Z5 is far superior to the S6 for both colour reproduction and detail clarity. Manual iso would further extend that and is absolutely necessary to compete in the low light field where the S6 is better.
Low light situations is where the Z5 needs real work, everything else is brilliant.


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