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[Other] help me please! Even day time same results, also any camara app .help me

2020-03-28 08:28:55
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That effect is normal. Pointing your camera optics directly at a strong light source isn't.
2020-03-28 09:20:42

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Sojol Ahmed Author | from Mi 9T

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I have taken so many pics but this is happend first time
2020-03-28 09:42:01

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Sojol Ahmed Author | from Mi 9T

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3dr14n
That effect is normal. Pointing your camera optics directly at a strong light source isn't.

but it happened first time today only after i purchase this device
2020-03-28 09:42:36

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komarac1984 | from Mi 9T Pro

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Have the same problem mi 9t pro
2020-03-28 09:46:13

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komarac1984 | from Mi 9T Pro

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They dont upgrade the camera that much by xiaomi
2020-03-28 09:47:08

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Sojol Ahmed Author | from Mi 9T

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komarac1984
Have the same problem mi 9t pro

this is my previous picture and that was good but today is totally different
2020-03-28 09:48:58
If you actually continue to make it a habit to point your optics directly at a strong light source, you'll actually burn your image sensor. What you're experiencing is "Lens flare" and it's dependent on your camera optics, current weather, the actual light source, etc.
2020-03-28 09:50:26

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Sojol Ahmed Author | from Mi 9T

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look at this pic even night mode on also picture become totally different
2020-03-28 09:52:13

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Sojol Ahmed Author | from Mi 9T

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3dr14n
If you actually continue to make it a habit to point your optics directly at a strong light source, you'll actually burn your image sensor. What you're experiencing is "Lens flare" and it's dependent on your camera optics, current weather, the actual light source, etc.

thanks! for reply
2020-03-28 09:54:52

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3dr14n
If you actually continue to make it a habit to point your optics directly at a strong light source, you'll actually burn your image sensor. What you're experiencing is "Lens flare" and it's dependent on your camera optics, current weather, the actual light source, etc.

Does it also happen if we record a timelapse of the sun set ?
2020-03-28 10:45:42
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