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Re: Forum features that you may not know about.

Post by Martin » 17 Aug 2016, 05:19

It's the phone that's creating to large file size lol
Turn down the camera settings, it'll be fine then :lol:
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Post by Andy B » 17 Aug 2016, 06:17

That just sounds like camera envy from an icloner :rofl
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Re: Forum features that you may not know about.

Post by rogerblack » 17 Aug 2016, 10:13

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My Samsung S5neo rear camera setup lets me choose six different picture sizes from 16M 4608x3456 down to 2.4M 2048x1152 so presumably the smallest size would work ok.

As the S6 is a fancier phone, does that not have similar options?

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Re: Forum features that you may not know about.

Post by Martin » 17 Aug 2016, 10:23

rogerblack wrote::wavey

My Samsung S5neo rear camera setup lets me choose six different picture sizes from 16M 4608x3456 down to 2.4M 2048x1152 so presumably the smallest size would work ok.

As the S6 is a fancier phone, does that not have similar options?

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I believe it does Roger, but it's another age old argument. Most want to shoot at max settings which fills the memory at a much larger rate. Yet the lower settings provide a more than capable photo for normal viewing.
The only time you'd need the higher settings IMO would be to increase the printed photo size, again.. IMO, if I was shooting for an A3 print etc, I'd be using a proper camera.
Each to their own and an argument that neither side will win.
My iphone shoots superb pics, I can upload them direct to any site. But should I want to edit/print.. The digital cam comes out.
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Re: Forum features that you may not know about.

Post by Andy B » 24 Mar 2018, 13:31

Martin wrote:I believe it does Roger, but it's another age old argument. Most want to shoot at max settings which fills the memory at a much larger rate. Yet the lower settings provide a more than capable photo for normal viewing.
The only time you'd need the higher settings IMO would be to increase the printed photo size, again.. IMO, if I was shooting for an A3 print etc, I'd be using a proper camera.
You mean for things like this :D
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