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I feel like my s21 should have took better quality pictures than these

(Topic created: 05-15-2022 09:25 PM)
jordan7
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Faith4Hope
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Would you happen to have any pictures of this Super Flower Blood Moon zoomed in?
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jordan7
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Here's one20220516_001639_10015_1652675249.jpg
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Faith4Hope
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That's an unfortunate lack of quality… and it's unfortunate that you're not located where it appears bigger & closer in the sky…
From the look of the pictures at the original zoom, there might not be much that can be done unfortunately…
I'm not sure if having night mode on with full zoom would've helped… although, it's hard to judge the zoom level since it's appearance varies from different parts of the world.
To be honest, I would've thought that the pictures would've come out at least a little bit better...
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Tom6068
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At what zoom level was that image taken?
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jordan7
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6.7mm
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Tom6068
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I take it you mean 6.7x zoom, not length. That is why the image is so small. The S22 ultra has 10x optical zoom and up to 100x zoom overall.

This is a shot I took of the moon a few months ago at around 35x zoom (IIRC). 20220317_213903_2269_1652729085.jpg
jordan7
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...idc if the image is small... that's not the issue lol. my s21 has 100× zoom as well and the photo was so blurry it was just a black screen with a little faint circle of the moon
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Tom6068
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So maybe you are doing it wrong. If the camera is faulty, call support instead of saying I don't care because your result isn't like example I provided. I mean, here's a shot of last night's moon on the S22 ultra.

Photo is from the S22 ultra forum here taken by @kingvirgo85Screenshot_20220516-153008_Samsung Members_2271_1652729408.jpg
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userHiJMxBLu4a
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Feel the same
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