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    Last edited by Dave Blake; 12-17-2012 at 09:10 PM.
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    Thank god.. Glad its coming soon
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    yeah I just also read the news, sounds good!

    really looking forward
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    Nice how Nokia is really standing behind this phone.

    Looking forward to the fix!
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    Yes!!!! This is much needed.
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    The samples look more like what we see in the live preview before the shot is taken.
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    That was pretty fast. The LTE fixes might help with the battery life too.
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    +1 for Nokia to quickly address this issue. This is one of the main selling points of the Lumia. Photos on the 920 were never bad but could have been sharper and Creative Studio didn't always fix the shots.

    /no, I don't have a Lumia 920 anymore.
    //however, I'll still follow the device.
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    Glad to see this, however I got to say I see little difference in the comparison photos. (besides the cat)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shap2012 View Post
    Glad to see this, however I got to say I see little difference in the comparison photos. (besides the cat)
    ha, I was going to say the same thing.

    I hope the samples were just poor choices, but once the fix is released, we will see the difference ourselves a bit more clearly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by congusano View Post
    ha, I was going to say the same thing.

    I hope the samples were just poor choices, but once the fix is released, we will see the difference ourselves a bit more clearly.
    I went back and looked, there is a bit of difference upon second look. It does seem like some poor choices for examples, but maybe they don't want to over promise/under deliver.
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    Cool.

    My pics seemed to come out OK already, but I'm always happy to get a software update that will improve them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shap2012 View Post
    Glad to see this, however I got to say I see little difference in the comparison photos. (besides the cat)

    you need to see an optometrist. The pictures are stunningly different.
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    Judging from the samples, it looks like a minor improvement. If this doesn't make a substantial improvement in real life, I'll be selling my 920 to return to my 808 until WP8 is ready for primetime and/or Nokia delivers more than a promising name for its WP camera efforts.
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    Pics are too small and heavily compressed to spot difference in sharpness. In that shot of wooden bench difference is clearly visible though.
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    Yes! For the longest time I thought the problem was the shutter. I can breathe now, knowing that the camera will be fixed.
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    thank goodness!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wamsille View Post
    +1 for Nokia to quickly address this issue. This is one of the main selling points of the Lumia. Photos on the 920 were never bad but could have been sharper and Creative Studio didn't always fix the shots.

    /no, I don't have a Lumia 920 anymore.
    //however, I'll still follow the device.
    Me too. I returned my 920 a week ago and since the store didn't have a stock to replace my unit (it got bricked after hard reset to try improving my battery). I still check this forum everyday to see the the progress of 920. I haven't bought a new phone yet. I still consider 920 but I don't want to have another defective unit and wait again for a couple of days for a replacement.
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    I could see the difference in some shots. But quite frankly, they picked really poor examples to show the difference.
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    The cat example looked good. The softness there in the before is what I typically see.

    It's interesting to note that they are also removing discussion about this firmware fix over on the Nokia support forums.
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    this is a needed update fa sho
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    Any info of when this will take place?
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    Those look fantastic!
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    I'm sure AT&T will hang on to this update and "test" it for 3 months before we see it.
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    It's a lot easier to tell that the cat has been drinking in the post fix photo.
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