- Nov 30, 2012
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This is, by far, the best shot I've ever taken on this phone. I forgot what exposure/ISO I used though.
P/S: If you zoom-in, you can see the stars.
Edit: I've no idea why the photo in forum is displayed horizontally. It's meant to be a vertical photo. If you wanna view it, click the photo, and click the pop-up image again. It should open the image in a new window vertically.
Hate to burst Your bubble, but those spots are the infamous "Lumia camera low light oversharpenning spots" Surely one can't see stars through clouds, can they? Try ProShot - fyi You don't get stars unless using at least ISO800 for 4sec exposure - nothing managable handheld..
If You still don't believe me, cover Your lens with Your finger and check the photo.
..some of the spots remain at the same place they were in the previous pic, with the same pattern (maybe some sort of constellation? I'm not sure)
try covering the lens entirely and take 4sec, ISO100 photo I freaked out my phone was defective, but only appears in Lumia Camera..
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On a side note, when I looked at the night-scape picture I posted earlier on and edited it, the spots turned into other colours (blue, red, yellow) which are often the colours of a star. So I guess most of those spots are really stars then? :/
Very interesting line of work Elky64 http://forums.windowscentral.com/images/statusicon/user-offline.png
Dark tunnels like these reminds me of scenes from Alien(s).. all we need are some xenomorph egg pods!! LOLYes it is raycpl. tis my job to fix em and a rock bolter can keep one busy when the back decides its hung on long enough LOL