Bless N900 gives you all you've been missing with the standard camera
non-blurry low-noise photos in low light, high quality zoom not available on any mobile device before, high dynamic range photos
Truly impressive application that has only one real down side: The results from the default cam app now look bleak... 5 stars and I would've given more.
Can we get an update that allows the front camera to be used as well?
The latest update has improved the interface and there is also a noticeable improvement in the quality of the photos captured. Processing still seems to be quite slow though.
It's amazing how different software can make use of the camera hardware with such different results. I've been using BlessN900 for a couple of months and even though I still have the default camera software available I tend to prefer using BlessN900. It takes longer, but as long as the subject doesn't move (much) the quality of the photo ends up so much better. It is even forgiving if the subject moves a little, such as a cat's ear flicking back and forth between sounds, and ends up with a nice and clear picture of where the moving object stayed mostly.
Thanks for all my great photos :)
Comparative photos with the standard app and fcam's 'lowlight' app ?
Does installing this still exclude being able to install fcamera and vice versa?
You can install fcamera and blessn900, as blessn900 uses the same fcam-drivers package that is used by fcamera.
This probably needs fcam driver before works ok. The image quality after fcam driver installation is ok. But zoom is very bad since it is fixed 2x and nothing else. Also the camera switches itself off after shooting and must be restarted before next shoot. VERY BAD bug is that uninstalling bless900 and fcam drivers, image folder corrupted totally and all images were lost. Also earlier images taken with normal camera into the same folder were lost.
Image quality quite low with horizontal lines or should some driver need to be installed? Please some instructions for those (like me) who are phone users not coders.
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