Android Phones Also Suffer From Purple Haze

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As is known, all users attempting to recognize the emergence of purple halo around lights in the photos iPhone 5 defect failed. After numerous agreements with the fact that this is not good, the staff support Apple issued the final conclusion that there is no sign of the problem, because these flaws are typical of mobile cameras.

Some users continue to persist, in some cases exposing credibility of advertising on the possibility of providing high-quality pictures with the built-in camera iPhone 5. Therefore, in this regard the staff decided to look Consumer Reports, the journal of the American non-profit organization «Consumers Union» (Consumers Union of U.S.).

Following a study by independent experts found that in addition to the iPhone 5, the purple haze under certain shooting conditions can be noticed in the photos taken with the camera smartphone Android. Such a feature of optics are not so rare in today’s mobile devices. According to the results of testing Consumer Reports, the defect was discovered, including the popular “guglofonov» Samsung Galaxy S III and the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx.

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Conclusions and suggestions of Shopper Experiences coincide with the respectable clarification of Apple, claiming that “lots of the miniature cameras, together with these which are utilized in all generations of smartphones iPhone, may just exhibit quite a lot of reflections on the sides of the body when taking pictures pictures and lightweight sources on hand past” .

The pink haze happens when capturing at an attitude, and is the results of reflection from the outside of the digicam module. Similar to Apple, the newsletter recommends that to attenuate the impression to offer protection to the lens when capturing hand smartphone from direct daylight.

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