By: Samir Makwana, The Mobile Indian, Mumbai -Thursday, March, 13 2014
Xolo Q1100 comes with an 8 megapixel auto focus rear camera and a 2 megapixel front camera. Here are few images that we have clicked using its rear camera.
Shooting object with basic colors results in over exposed output and oversatured colors.
Capturing images in very low luminance shows that there no great shots can be expect and effort to do that would not result in great images.
By using flash in low light, the image shows an arch in the image with over exposure at closer distance with some purple haze seeping in the image. Lot of noise and lacks details.
Anti-Banding set on 60Hz, the image is marginal improvement over the image shot in low light with Flash.
Yet again, the details go for a toss and the purple haze gets stronger.
Barely any difference but the subject is relatively clear and packs some detail.
Shooting subjects at a close distance even with adequate lighting does not result in competitive quality.
In the Option2, the Colour Effects can be used to capture some unusual images to be shared on Instagram or other social networks.
Just another normal shot which makes it decent enough to be shared over social networks or with friends over Instant Messengers
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