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  • CyanogenMod 10.1 stock camera app now sports HDR shooting

    Now you can enjoy HDR shooting from CM the latest CyanogenMod releases. This article is from Engadget.



    By Alexis Santos posted Feb 20th, 2013 at 6:46 AM



    CyanogenMod 10.1
    -toting photography fans are in for a treat: the latest version of the modified Android OS now packs an HDR mode, which was in development for three months, within its stock camera app. When a user snaps a photo with the function, a total of three pictures (one at minimal, neutral and maximum exposures) are taken and combined into a single HDR image with the help of an algorithm. Differences in shutter speed, sensors and optics means quality will vary across smartphones, but the CyanogenMod team says that mid- to high-end devices outfitted with decent imaging hardware -- especially those with zero shutter lag -- should perform admirably. Of course, the group also recommends using a stand or tripod to thwart movement and vibration from fouling up photos. Android Central points out that a few handset builds haven't received the update, so a handful of CyanogenMod-wielding photogs will still have to get their HDR fix elsewhere.



    Via: Android Central

    Source: CyanogenMod (Google+)

    Tags:
    Android, camera, CyanogenMod, CyanogenMod10.1, HDR, mobilepostcross, photography, smartphones


    This article was originally published in forum thread: CyanogenMod 10.1 stock camera app now sports HDR shooting started by chrisngrod View original post
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