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[Q&A] Poco F1 pro mode night photos

2019-07-27 17:18:11
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I would like to use pro mode for taking night photos what settings do You have or recommend for best performance and quallity

I see lot of people use gcam but I want to use the stock Poco camera app
2019-07-27 17:18:11
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You can use night mode instead of pro mode since night mode is easier than provide and it provide good quality of image.
2019-07-27 21:36:14
MIUI Device Team l POCOPHONE F1 & Redmi 8


happybuddhist | from app


For night mode, use the basic principles of photography. Since the camera in our device has a fixed aperture, you can't change that. But tweak with ISO, Shutter speed, and exposure, depending on your conditions to get better results. There is no single set-up in Pro mode - it requires user-tweaking as per the lighting conditions.
Cheers! :-)
2019-07-28 00:03:12

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PocoMan.exe | from app


If you're using pro mode, make sure you have a tripod stand of some kind to keep your phone still. This is because any movement while taking the picture will introduce blur.
Here are some settings that I use:
• ISO: as low as possible (around 100)
• Shutter speed: around 4 seconds (increase if you want the picture to be brighter, decrease if you want it to be darker.)
Focus: 100 for scenery/landscape pictures. Auto for anything else.
2019-07-28 00:17:02

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zvgrcman Author | from app


thank you all
2019-07-28 03:30:25
Yes, as #3 said, it is mostly same for Manual/Pro mode for night!
ISO: As low as possible (in POCO, it is 100)
Shutter speed: (allows light to enter your lens) so think and set the Speed. If you want that your photo needs more light increase the speed or else vice versa.
Focus: Let it be auto. When you are focusing accurate ( for Macro) then set the focus according to the subject placed (distance)
Rest, keep clicking,  you will become better.!
2019-07-29 11:48:45
Photography Team
i agree with PocoMan.exe - a tripod will assist greatly
2019-07-29 21:40:29
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