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HORRIBLE pictures taken with my Dare.. very dissapointed

Albie05

Jan 16, 2009, 5:06 PM
So i know, i know, you guys are probably thinking, "yeah.. thats why i never use my phone as my main source of pictures, especially on vacation." anyways, i went to Vegas and used my Dare to take many pictures... at the CES convention, at the AVN convention (look that up lol), on the strip, in the hotel, and even in the clubs. I printed out my pictures at walgreens and the pictures look like they were taken with an old school Motorola V710. they look cristal clear on my myspace and when i review them in my phone, but look horrible on 4x6 prints.

you wanna know the funny thing?

My best friend has an ENv2 and her pictures lookd waay better than mine printed out.. does that make sense? a 2.0 mp producing better pics than a 3.2?

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infinitehorizon

Jan 19, 2009, 9:12 PM
You are using the next to last resolution for your pictures, that is why they are turning out like crap! 😲

Try these resolutions: 2048x1536 or 1600x1200

Trust me, you will get much better looking pictures! 😁
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jplkeekif

Jan 23, 2009, 2:37 AM
the resolution is exactly why your pictures came out at such a low quality, while your friend was taking pics at just under 2mp, you're shooting at less than 1/3rd of a megapixel
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scorpio02150

Jan 26, 2009, 8:16 AM
Not only was the resolution a problem, your settings probably weren't set according to the lighting conditions. Next time, just play with the settings. I know I had the same complaints at first, but after playing with the phone I figured that with the correct settings the DARE take excellent pictures.
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Overmann

Jan 28, 2009, 11:54 AM
1: 640x480 is 0.3 MP, the same res as your V710. Use 2048x1536, which is 3.2 MP. It makes a HUGE difference.
2: Wipe clean the lens before using the camera for better quality pictures.
3: Don't push down halfway to auto-focus before taking the shot. You will always get a blur. Push the camera button down all the way and steady the camera during auto-focus time.
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