The focus distance is approx 10-12cm.
And as to why you cannot use 19.5:9 aspect for native resolution is because the native resolution is 4:3. That is the sensor format.
Any changes to this are crop based for obvious reasons as the sensor aspect is a physical thing.
I guess could be done but first I think we should have a 5Z Section in ZenTalk.. perhaps we need that first (and then we need to consider all aspects of that). Right now, there's only a section for the closed beta users.
which gcam version you are using... are u on Android 10?
I have 5z and I use gcam v6.2! For zf6 u can use gcam v7
tried few... not so good so sticking to stock..
I have used this device to shoot videos and results are the eis of this device is better than ois over other devices also lcd display is not that bad but main problem is minor shocks make camera go out of its module
With HDR++, 5x optical zoom
Images are great in this phone i began to love my phone
Also with HDR++, 6x optical zoom
Was this post processed? Or straight from the gallery? Excellent pic! Is it natural blur or portrait mode?
Post-processing; Honestly I dont remember - I generally do not post-process my photos.
If I did anything.. it would be a slight sharpening using the Gallery edit function.
The blur for sure is the natural bokeh from the main sensor.
I took this a while back but felt like sharing it now, all on auto mode ?
That's a gorgeous shot. I want to live there!
Hi, NIce picture..But if you zoom into the neck of the pigeon in the first pic it give almost like an oil paint effect. Is it because of aggressive AI working on it??....can this be made more natural in the next updates??
You can see this kind of effect if you use zoom!!...Am i right?
Two of my favs. No effects or post processing.
Auto mode... No post processing.
But, night shots are really poor in quality and most pics are grainy. Wide angle pics also not good
These are gorgeous!
Thank you, sir.
First was shooted during a trekking trip in the Dolomites (Italy).
Second at the Sigurtà Park (Verona, Italy).
With night mode on
Normal with HDR++