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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-24, 1:36 AM
Relax PocketDrummer, he probably doesn't know what he is doing.
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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-24, 8:37 AM

jobneto said:


Hello, I have Moto X 2nd



Retail Brazil.



want to join soak update,

my version is 5.0


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This is not the place for this question. You need to be in the Official Lollipop (Android 5.x) News here thread. You are off topic. Thank you.

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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-24, 9:31 AM

Espero uma melhora na câmera e na memoria interna, um cartão SD seria muito bem vindo !!!

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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-25, 1:53 AM
Oh, I almost forgot.

The camera needs OIS desperately. It's very hard to get a sharp picture on the first or even 3rd try. OIS would go a long way towards improving picture quality.
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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-25, 8:08 AM

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Oh, I almost forgot. The camera needs OIS desperately. It's very hard to get a sharp picture on the first or even 3rd try. OIS would go a long way towards improving picture quality.View original


What is OIS? I am sorry, but I no nothing about camera lingo. I don't mind learning a little though, thanks.

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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-25, 8:15 AM

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PocketDrummer said:

Oh, I almost forgot. The camera needs OIS desperately. It's very hard to get a sharp picture on the first or even 3rd try. OIS would go a long way towards improving picture quality.View original


What is OIS? I am sorry, but I no nothing about camera lingo. I don't mind learning a little though, thanks.


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I could type it all, but I think Linus would be much better suited to describe it quickly and accurately.



Optical Image Stabilization as fast as possible - Techquickie



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OvBUolFq3Y



There's also this video that shows how this works for stabilizing video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTI8wyGmKt8

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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-25, 8:18 AM

PocketDrummer said:



joelbon said:



PocketDrummer said:

Oh, I almost forgot. The camera needs OIS desperately. It's very hard to get a sharp picture on the first or even 3rd try. OIS would go a long way towards improving picture quality.View original


What is OIS? I am sorry, but I no nothing about camera lingo. I don't mind learning a little though, thanks.


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I could type it all, but I think Linus would be much better suited to describe it quickly and accurately.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OvBUolFq3Y



Optical Image Stabilization as fast as possible - Techquickie


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Well, I agree with that one. I get a lot of blurry pics that I know would come out if I would have had a steadier hand.



Would that increase the size of the camera, which in turn make the depth of the phone increase as well?

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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-25, 8:22 AM

joelbon said:



PocketDrummer said:



joelbon said:



PocketDrummer said:

Oh, I almost forgot. The camera needs OIS desperately. It's very hard to get a sharp picture on the first or even 3rd try. OIS would go a long way towards improving picture quality.View original


What is OIS? I am sorry, but I no nothing about camera lingo. I don't mind learning a little though, thanks.


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I could type it all, but I think Linus would be much better suited to describe it quickly and accurately.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OvBUolFq3Y



Optical Image Stabilization as fast as possible - Techquickie


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Well, I agree with that one. I get a lot of blurry pics that I know would come out if I would have had a steadier hand.



Would that increase the size of the camera, which in turn make the depth of the phone increase as well?


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Honestly, I'm not sure how much extra space, if any, is needed over what's already in the phone. Personally, I wouldn't mind a slight bump in the back so long as the camera glass isn't the widest point (a slightly raised bezel around it does wonders to prevent scratches).

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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-25, 8:44 AM

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Honestly, I'm not sure how much extra space, if any, is needed over what's already in the phone. Personally, I wouldn't mind a slight bump in the back so long as the camera glass isn't the widest point (a slightly raised bezel around it does wonders to prevent scratches).


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I completely agree. I would definitely take a thicker phone or camera bump to have this feature. It would really give us a better picture most of the time. Who is steady anyway. Well, as I get older it is getting less and less steady for me. LOL

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Re: Moto X 3rd Generation

2015-03-25, 10:56 AM
Carbon fiber body! Water proof for at least 12ft.
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