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    Grainy pics in low light condition

    I have used Galaxys1 in same low light condition(indoor ) and the pics are excellent but s3 in the same low light condition(indoor ) is so grainy but looks stunning outside, grainy pics are so poor it just cannot be a 8mp camera.. anyelse here has noticed this ? Same with flash on/off all iso settings are at auto

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    I was experimenting the other night and took some pictures in total darkness (Indoors) with the flash set to auto. The pictures came out great with really good color. Not grainy that I could tell.

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    I just tried it in low light. Pics were perfect. Go to your phone icon enter *#0*# Select Mega Cam and take a photo then select front cam and do the same. Both should look perfect

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    Thanks for your replies, I will check it again and post the pics here

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    I just tried it in low light. Pics were perfect. Go to your phone icon enter *#0*# Select Mega Cam and take a photo then select front cam and do the same. Both should look perfect
    What does this do?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey View Post
    I just tried it in low light. Pics were perfect. Go to your phone icon enter *#0*# Select Mega Cam and take a photo then select front cam and do the same. Both should look perfect
    Might be a dumb question, but what does this do?

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    Might be a dumb question, but what does this do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey View Post
    I just tried it in low light. Pics were perfect. Go to your phone icon enter *#0*# Select Mega Cam and take a photo then select front cam and do the same. Both should look perfect
    I've tried this several times. Every time I press either Mega cam or Front cam, my screen goes black (with just the status bar showing) and then I get a popup that says "Unfortunately, Lcdtest has stopped."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey View Post
    I just tried it in low light. Pics were perfect. Go to your phone icon enter *#0*# Select Mega Cam and take a photo then select front cam and do the same. Both should look perfect

    Hello guys.
    I tried this and the picture is great when i chose mega cam, but then i go out of this testing sit i go to normal camera and take the same picture under same conditins and it is much worse that this one taken while doin the test.
    Any toughts on that? maybe some bad setting?
    thanks in advance for reply...
    p.s. just got s3 so am a bit too cautious...

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    Re: Grainy pics in low light condition

    I've always used a third party camera app. The camera in this phone is much nicer than the camera on the dx. I use camera zoom fx. It works great! The flash works great in low light!

    Outside at night


    Daylight


    Inside no flash


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