Lumia 720 vs Lumia 830 Camera

EBUK

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Don't the 720 and 730 share the same camera? I have been very impressed with the quality, especially in very low light (lighting from on 9W energy saving bulb.)
 

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I've used a Lumia 720 camera and it performs quite well in lowlight due to that f1.9 aperture. But the images are too soft in bright light, because of the low megapixel count and f1.9 aperture.

I would gladly choose an f2.4 with OIS than an f1.9 camera, but still the 720 has a nice camera sensor.
 

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But the images are too soft in bright light, because of the low megapixel count and f1.9 aperture.

If you find the images too soft, then change the aperture value. Of course, by doing so you will reduce the shutter speed so there is a risk of images being blurred, but in bight sunlight, this really shouldn't be as issue.
 

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If you find the images too soft, then change the aperture value. Of course, by doing so you will reduce the shutter speed so there is a risk of images being blurred, but in bight sunlight, this really shouldn't be as issue.

Last I checked you can't change aperture on a mobile sensor.

You can change exposure time(shutter speed), focus, white balance and focus.
 

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