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MISTER04

Jan 12, 2005, 6:50 PM
Rich,

You took some great-looking pics with the A800.

Were you able to take any pics with the Samsung P777, Motorola V635, or the LG A7110?

How did they look?

Thanks.
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Rich Brome

Jan 12, 2005, 10:14 PM
I did take and post V635 photos. Check out the Motorola pages.

None of the others had memory card slots, or active service to send the photos. You can't really jusdge camera quality from just looking at it on the phone display.
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MISTER04

Jan 13, 2005, 8:47 AM
In your message you state "You can't really judge camera quality from just looking at it on the phone display."

How do you judge photo quality?

I don't have a camera phone nor experience with one, so I usually look at how many pixels or megapixels it has.

I thought that the higher the pixel the higher the camera quality.

So if the phone display can't really show you the picture quality how do you get an accurate reading of how the pictures will turn out after being printed?
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Stevo2k4

Jan 13, 2005, 9:14 AM
MISTER04 said:
In your message you state "You can't really judge camera quality from just looking at it on the phone display."

How do you judge photo quality?

I don't have a camera phone nor experience with one, so I usually look at how many pixels or megapixels it has.

I thought that the higher the pixel the higher the camera quality.

So if the phone display can't really show you the picture quality how do you get an accurate reading of how the pictures will turn out after being printed?


Yes, the quality of the picture can be determined by the pixel rating of the camera. The reason you can't judge it based on the picture on the screen is because the display quality varies on different pho...
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jwbass1985

Jan 13, 2005, 9:34 AM
the motorola v220 is a perfect example...
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Rich Brome

Jan 13, 2005, 3:05 PM
No, camera quality is not nearly as simple as the pixel size. The are VGA cameras that produce much better-quality photos than some megapixel ones. Large size (more pixels) does not equal higher quality.

But juding camera quality by the phone screen is a different issue. The problem is that a phone display - even the largest and best - is too small to see even 1/10th of a full-resolution megapixel image at once.

Plus if you're comparing one camera phone to another, it can be hard to know if the difference you see is due to the camera or the display.

So you need to transfer the image to a PC and view it there, to be able to see the whole image and judge the quality fairly against other camera phones.
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