Sony Ericsson :: C901 Light Sensor Patch Mod
Hello guys, i am using C901 with light sensor turned off patch:
;Turn off the light sensor
14140540: 0088 FF20
But the problem is that the keypad backlight is VERY dim (almost off) all the time with it. I tried to modify it a bit and used the value 0008. The result is that the light sensor is off, keypad backlight is turned on but at the cost of screen brightness which is low even at 100% brightness.So can anyone give an optimal value for this patch which turns off light sensor, turns on keypad backlight and keeps screen brightness to max (more or less)?Thanks [ This Message was edited by: killerPK on 2010-08-21 23:49 ]T610 > K700 > K750 > W810 > K800 > K810 > KU990 > K850 > U600 > KF750 > 6120C > G800 > C905 > N82 > 1202 > 6220 > Satio > C901
Posted: Aug 22, 2010
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Sony Ericsson :: K850 Modded Camera Driver
For all developers modders and users Here you can find Modded Camdriver for Sony Ericsson k850 model Sony_MCB991 5MPixel and model Premier and Foxconn Secondary Videocall Camera K850 Cyber-shot phone The K850 Cyber-shot phone features a 5 megapixel camera with the next generation camera UI and media browser, and the innovative photo auto-rotate feature displays pictures in the correct aspect (portrait or landscape) irrespective of the orientation it was taken in. This HSDPA/UMTS phone includes a 320x240 pixel 262K TFT display, Memory Stick Micro removable storage, picture and video blogging, full HTML browser benefiting from HSDPA broadband speed, and impressive music and video players.The K850 is based on Sony Ericsson's Java Platform 8 (JP-8), supporting Mobile Services Architecture (MSA) JSR 248, the next-generation Java umbrella standard. MSA aims to reduce fragmentation in the industry by creating a predictable environment for developers, reducing porting issues when developing new applications and games for the new generation of phones.How To Take Better Photos With Camera CellphoneNowadays, camera cellphones are very common and lots of folks are using their camera phones to capture photos/pictures, which has developed into a global phenomenon. As you know, take pictures by camera phone (hybrid device) is more challenging if compared to digital cameras that designed specially for capturing your valueable memories. For your need, hereís got some tips that will help you to take better photos with camera handset.
Tips To Take Better Photos (Camera Phone):* Set the most suitable settings: Before you start to take pictures, set the settings such as weather and lighting environment (if your phone have).* Hold your camera phone steady: As you know, the lens on a camera phone is smaller than digital cameras, so itís very prone to camera shake. The images will result in blurry shots if you inevitably move the phone just a bit. This is especially important in low light situations.Try to stand as steady as possible.Watch the light: Not only refers to the quantity of light, but also how the light is arranged. Be especially mindful of where your primary light source is.* Get close: Get as close as possible when a scene is backlit, because the resolution just isnít there to handle foreground. In addition, this also reduces the effects of camera shake.* Pose people: Less movement of object you focus will result in clearer shots.* Edit later: You can edit the photos with built-in image editing software (if got) in camera phones. Instead, download your photographs to your computer and use Photoshop software.* Keep your lens clean and free from scratch: You can purchase a good case to protect your phone.* Select the highest resolution when you plan to print a picture: Donít choose VGA resolution which is best for web when wanna print out a photo.* Take lots of pictures: Provides yourself as many options as possible, itís not analog but digital.
* Donít use your digital zoom: It will decrease the quality of your photo shots.Now, you can try to capture photos with your beloved camera phone using the tips/guides above.Scene modes Digital cameras offer a variety of useful modes, which are optimized for specific scenes and photographic conditions. Scene modes are preprogrammed by the manufacturer to automatically give the best exposure and settings for each scene. When selected, a scene mode can often give better results than shooting in fully automatic mode.Common digital camera scene modes: Backlight - eliminates dark shadows when light is coming from behind a subject, or when the subject is in the shade. The built-in flash automatically fires to "fill in" the shadows.Beach/Snow - photograph beach, snow and sunlit water scenes. Exposure and white balance are set to help prevent the scene from becoming washed out looking.Fireworks - shutter speed and exposure are set for shooting fireworks; pre-focusing & use of tripod recommended.Landscape - take photos of wide scenes. Camera automatically focuses on a distant object.Macro - take close-up shots of small objects, flowers and insects. Lens can be moved closer to the subject than in other modes. Hold the camera steady or use a tripod.Night Portrait - take photos of a subject against a night scene. The built-in flash and red-eye reduction are enabled; shutter-speeds are low. Use of tripod recommended.Night Scene - photograph nightscapes. Preprogrammed to use slow shutter speeds. Use of tripod recommended.Party - take photos in a dim lit room; exposure and shutter speed are automatically adjusted for room brightness. Captures indoor background lighting or candlelight. Hold the camera very steady when using this mode.Portrait - main subject is clearly focused and the background is out of focus (has less depth of field). Best when taking shots outside during the day. Shoot using a mid to long telephoto lens, stand close to your subject within the recommended camera range and, when possible, select an uncomplicated background that is far from the subject.Sports (also called Kids & Pets)- take photos of a fast moving subject; fast shutter speeds "freeze" the action. Best when shots are taken in bright light; pre-focusing recommended.
Sunset - take photos of sunsets and sunrises; helps keep the deep hues in the scene.Advanced techniques digital camera and camera mobile phone
AE-lock and AF-lock:Digital cameras are set to default to lock focus and exposure together when the shutter release button is pressed halfway. Some digital cameras have a feature to lock focus and exposure independently.AF-lock: controlling focus Gain more control over where the camera focuses when you depress the shutter-release button half-way. Say you want to focus on the subject that is off to one side in a scene. Move your digital camera so the focus area indicator is on the subject. Then press the shutter-release button down half way to lock focus. While holding the button in this position, recompose and then fully depress the button to take your shot. This helps ensure that the main subject is in sharp focus rather than a random object selected by the camera.AE-lock: controlling exposure Obtaining better exposed photos in difficult lighting situations involves moving the camera to the main area you want properly exposed. It should of equal distance as the subject since the shutter-release button controls focus too. For example, if you want to capture detail in an area that would otherwise come out dark, lock exposure on the area, recompose and press the shutter-release button all the way down. Adjusting ISO: Digital cameras are usually set by default to automatic ISO. The camera automatically sets the ISO according to light conditions: the brighter the light, the lower the ISO; the lower the light, the higher the ISO.
Many users prefer to manually adjust the camera's sensitivity to light. It gives them some control over the amount of noise that may appear in an image. In some cases, you can avoid using the flash by increasing the ISO.ISO and noise On many consumer digital cameras, selecting an ISO number above 100 produces little visible noise. Test each ISO number under a variety of lighting conditions until you become familiar with the noise your camera produces at each setting. If images are noisy, noise reduction programs do an effective job at eliminating some of it, though fine detail may be sacrificed.
Low ISO settings (