Camera adjust?

Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by CharismaticNerd, Sep 23, 2013.

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    CharismaticNerd

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    You know how in iOS 6, when you held the camera button it would adjust correctly, so if it's dark, and you're using flash it would correctly adjust for before it flashed so your photo wasn't blurry? How do we do that in iOS 7, since if you hold the camera button it just burst shoots?
    If this makes sense.. Lol
     
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    Do you mean when touching and holding the screen instead of the camera button?
     
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    Yea touch the screen to focus etc, it was like this in iOS6 too tho.
     
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    No, he's talking about the fact that when you snapped a photo in iOS 6 before the auto focusing was done, it didn't take the picture until it had stopped looking for, or found, a focus point. In iOS 7, it takes the picture straight away, meaning it's easier to get blurry photos due to not realising you have to wait until it's done before you take the picture.

    It's just a matter of adapting to the new way the camera app works, don't hit the button until you see the picture you want :)
     
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    Perfect answer thanks dude!
     
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    Not sure if this was mentioned but if you press and hold the point where you want to focus, it will lock the focus.. I dont know how to fully explain but try it on your phone!
     
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    you can also burst and just pick the best one and delete the rest.
     
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    No need to hold, just press once :)
     

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