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Google Nexus 5 Gets Android 4.4.1 With Camera Update
A great imageexcept if you’re a photographer (in which case, you’d be saying ‘challenging low light, high contrastargh!!’), the Nexus team wrote in a blog entry . VIEW ALL PHOTOS IN GALLERY The added HDR+ function puts an end to those sorts of frustrating scenarios, offering sharper contrasts between bright and dark scenes, and better performance in low light situations, Google said. Just press the shutter button, and instead of snapping just one photo, the Nexus 5 will take a burst of shots in about one-third of a second, then apply magical technology to fuse the images together. The end result: a more balanced image. (See before and after photos below.) “So don’t let a dim room or a warm fire be the Grinch that stole your holiday reunion masterpiece,” the Nexus team said.
Restaurant Owner Defends Bathroom Camera
Whitley of the Hanover Sheriff’s Office. For his part, Smith seemed unconcerned about the investigation. “Well, whoopee,” he said. “It’s a misdemeanor. Are you kidding me?
Google releases KitKat 4.4.1 with big camera fixes for Nexus 5
The Nexus 5 has received glowing reviews, but the camera failed to impress, with ZDNet reviewers finding it was slow to focus and required good lighting to take decent photos, despite its HDR+ feature. As Google explains, the Nexus 5’s HDR+ feature is meant to help take better pictures in poor lighting or large contrast conditions by taking a burst of shots and melding them together. The update should improve HDR+ and other features of the camera, according to Google. The company doesn’t mention the update being available for other Nexus devices, however Android specialist site Android Central has posted links toGoogle servers hosting the update for kamera instax the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 (2013, LTE version). Though many Android OEMs are still only getting around to rolling out Android 4.3 Jelly Bean , KitKat has seen an impressive rise in its share of Android versions on devices, hitting 1.1 percent of all active Android devices within one month of its October 31 release.