Nexus 6 RAW samples. All the pictures were taken handheld in automatic mode, with no particular settings, besides touch light metering and exposure compensation. You can also take a look at the Nexus 5 RAW samples. Low light samples. Forum The professional camera application for Android, that puts DSLRlike manual controls in your Thanks, I tried Manual Camera but despite saying it has Nexus 6p support (and its test app saying my phone is fully supported) when I jog the exposure adjust dial it does nothing.
This is a common complaint echoed in reviews and the threads on Google support about the lack of the feature. One of the coolest additions to the camera in the Android 7. 0 developer preview was an option to manually adjust the exposure in the camera app. new Nexus devices would seem like a natural fit Android Camera2 API manual exposure change.
Ask Question. it was disabled on the Nexus 6 only (and will be reenabled in a future update). You can check the returned capture results to see what the sensitivity setting the camera device is receiving is. share improve this answer. answered May 25 '15 at 19: 38. Eddy Talvala. Our 9page review of the Google Nexus 6 considers the device from a photographer's perspective.
There is no manual control over exposure settings or white balance and not too many parameters to play with. On the plus side the layout is intuitive and it takes very little time to memorize how things work. the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 beat Samsung Galaxy S6 does not support all features of the Android 5. 0 Camera2 API. no manual exposure parameters (only rough exposure steps control) nonfixed metering, etc.
That being said, if you are using the Nexus 6 and want full control over your camera and a great looking camera app, you should pick up Manual Camera for 2.
99 in the Play Store. Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place. Get a constantly updating feed of breaking news, fun stories, pics, memes, and videos just for you. Nexus 5x has no manual exposure control by default. Photographers beware! Just to clarify, even in third party apps such as manual camera and others, the Nov 10, 2017 Camera FV5 is a professional camera application for mobile devices, that puts DSLRlike manual controls in your fingertips.
All photographic parameters are adjustable and always at hand: exposure compensation, ISO, light metering mode, focus mode, white balance and program mode. DSLRlike viewfinder display: see exposure time Mar 28, 2015 xdadevelopers Nexus 6 Nexus 6 General Removal of Camera Exposure compensation ( ev) by schizophrenia XDA Developers was founded by developers, for developers.
It is now a valuable resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality. Settings (pullout menu): Scene modes, exposure, exposure metering modes, focus modes, flash, barcode scanner, white balance, level, histogram type, grid type, front facing camera Well, none of the exposure setting works on any Nexus phone or any of the third party camera apps (Manual& Proshot) on the 6P or the 5X. I sure do hope it and exposure makes a RAW shooting in Camera FV5 (on supported phones, and OnePlus One) RAW photos sample galleries (Nexus 5, Nexus 6, OnePlus One) First RAW samples from an Android phone (Nexus 5)