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    I've gotten a ton out of my 920 and want to explore the camera more. For a 8mp it seems like the pics are fuzzy, which people have reported is true. So any camera experts have advice on camera settings? I would love to get clearer pictures.
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    i need advice also. i cant seem to take good shots in the daytime or in low light/ night pictures. when my iphone all my pictures came out great except night shots. help help help
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    same. extremely disappointing camera
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    https://skydrive.live.com/#cid=2CF33...B7409579%21166

    I took this with my 920, seems like good enough quality for me. One thing I've noticed, especially with low light shots, is that the tap to capture is a lot more effective than the dedicated camera button. The physical button shakes the phone too much, makes the pictures blurrier.
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    I'm not sure what everyone is complaining about.. Have a look at the Flickr Lumia 920 group.. Nothing but awesomness ..

    Flickr: The Nokia Lumia 920 : Gallery Pool
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    I'm not complaining, I just want advice on tweaks to make the pictures more clear; mine seem to be a bit soft.

    To be honest, I have never used the camera on a phone much, but with my 920 I am as it's a pretty decent camera.
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    I run all my Lumia photos through Lightroom to sharpen them up a bit, and sometimes add a bit of contrast or saturation. The Lumia's camera hardware is great (for a phone), but the processing software is pretty sad right now. I've read in a few places that they're working on fixing this. The software is what's responsible for correcting barrel distortion, chromatic abberations and changing the sharpening/contrast before baking it into a jpeg. You can fix them up a bit in post (Picasa, Lightroom, Aperture, or a few on the phone itself), but you won't be able to do anything really spectacular with them until they allow you to save the images uncompressed. Here are a few shots I took with my Lumia 920 that I ran through Lightroom:

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruzr96 View Post
    https://skydrive.live.com/#cid=2CF33...B7409579%21166

    I took this with my 920, seems like good enough quality for me. One thing I've noticed, especially with low light shots, is that the tap to capture is a lot more effective than the dedicated camera button. The physical button shakes the phone too much, makes the pictures blurrier.
    I wouldnt agree more....camera buttons on the phones literally shakes the phone which loses the focus...

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