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[Q&A] image stabilization

2020-11-29 12:40:59

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Yasir Amin Author | from Mi Note 10 Lite

#2

klappasaki
Why, bro?

Don't you think they should?
2020-11-29 16:18:36
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Yasir Amin Author | from Mi Note 10 Lite

#4

IT'S ALI
model please ?

Mi Note 10 Lite
2020-11-29 16:58:03
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Yasir Amin Author | from Mi Note 10 Lite

#6

klappasaki
Supposed, I want OIS, I simply purchase a phone readily available?

They had OIS in there older versions, but completely removed it from new versions.
2020-11-29 18:39:58
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Yasir Amin Author | from Mi Note 10 Lite

#8

klappasaki
Mi 10 T Pro (as well as as other models) got OIS. Hence, if someone wants OIS, why not buy these devices, instead of a phone without this very option, bri?

Yeah well said. But if they are not providing OIS, at least they can provide EIS. If they can provide EIS in 4k video recording then why not in 60 fps. It is giving same facility in Poco f2.
2020-11-29 23:50:30
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Yasir Amin Author | from Mi Note 10 Lite

#12

3dr14n
Electronically stabilizing 60fps videos for example 4k or 1080p would be very taxing on resources. Imagine your phone overheating before it can even finish recording. If you really want EIS at 60fps, you can do that in post production. Google photos for example can stabilize videos. For instance, let's say you wanted to do EIS during recording, for this to happen you need to sacrifice bitrate just for the phone to easily stabilize at 60fps and that isn't good. Polling for gyro and applying corrections on each image at 1/60th of a second isn't the best case when you can do it in post without sacrificing the recording bitrate.

Thanks for your time. Poco X3 with almost similar specs is providing such feature. That's why I asked for it. Yeah thanks for suggestions.
2020-12-01 18:05:48
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Yasir Amin Author | from Mi Note 10 Lite

#14

maravilha00
And on front camera even more urgently. Plenty of reviews pointing out this lack on Xiaomi phones, which lose pounts due to misding EIS on front camera

It is better for both Xiaomi and users. It would be great if they listen to there users.
2020-12-04 23:15:56
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Yasir Amin Author | from Mi Note 10 Lite

#16

maravilha00
Here is a statement which might interezt you 😁.... The question is, when?

yeah,  they want us to stay tuned. lol
2020-12-17 10:33:35
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