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Geodyne says:

You camera phone is coping better with the low light than my huge clunky digital camera!

14th Dec 2005, 16:05

Euphro says:

It does seem to be a bit better since the software update :)

14th Dec 2005, 16:07

kostika says:

Mine is too. It seems to fix the fuzzy dark areas now. I woulda thought we're on the same version now since we both updated recently.

My low light test is here

20th Dec 2005, 16:52

Joe says:

my only compaint (and it really is the only problem I have with the k750i) are the horizontal lines you get in night mode, when the subject is very dark. Though Steve did suggest that playing with the brightness controls helps this a lot, I haven't tested that yet.

20th Dec 2005, 16:59

Joe says:

I also noticed I have a problem with the online software updater. For some reason, if I plug the phone in whilst it's turned off, XP detects it as a new device every time, and thus steps in before the updater can start running. I've tried this on 2 machines and I get the same result on both.

20th Dec 2005, 17:02

kostika says:

I've never gotten those horizontal lines. So maybe its a software version thing? Or maybe jsut a crappy version of the phone?

I remember someone posting here on moblog who had gotten a k750i and had really bad lines and static, they took it in and got a replacement and the problem was gone.

20th Dec 2005, 17:03

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