My 3G S Photo Samples...

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by map1978, Jun 19, 2009.

  1. map1978 macrumors 68020

    map1978

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    #1
    I don't know what you guys n gals think, but this "touch to focus" is simply brilliant. Naturally works best under well lit conditions. I am very happy about the camera/video quality though in general.

    The photos are 1-2mb for anyone wondering

    Here are a few quick samples for anyone still looking to purchase...cloudy day in NY and its a perfect day to sync all 29 gigs :)

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  2. iSaga macrumors regular

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    The touch focus is the feature I am most excited about, glad to hear it is well received so far. Can't wait for July!
     
  3. Dammit Cubs macrumors 68000

    Dammit Cubs

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    I can already see a difference

    Yeah....I can definitely see a difference. More vibrant too
     
  4. map1978 thread starter macrumors 68020

    map1978

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    i took all of these literally in 2 mins easy

    its fast between shots as well
     
  5. kAoTiX macrumors 6502

    kAoTiX

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    All I can say is Wow! I'm shocked at the quality of those pictures.

    I have never had a good quality camera phone as all the phones i've had seem to avoid them. My RAZR was shockingly bad, my EXEC was also the same (Both VGA) and the 3G is about the same I guess.
    Pretty useless if you ask me.

    Cannot wait to get my 3G S, won't be until August though :(

    Cudos on the pictures though, also...nice plants!
     
  6. harry20larry macrumors 6502a

    harry20larry

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  7. Sport73 macrumors member

    Sport73

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    Wow, those photos are stunning; way better than the current 3g can handle.
     

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