Motorola teases a blur-free camera on the Moto X

July 14, 2013

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    The Moto X leaks have been coming thick and fast, and now Motorola’s Twitter account has joined in on the action, teasing an improvement in the camera department of the much hyped smartphone.

    The most recent leaks have told us that the Moto X will have a 10-Megapixel camera, but so far we haven’t had any information on anything else in the camera. Motorola’s Twitter account posted up a gallery of photos of a rather blurry child with the sarcastic comment, “either this kid is really fast, or today’s phones are really slow.” (Remember this photo was not taken with a Moto X)

    Anyone who’s taken photos of fast moving objects with a lot of current smartphones, knows that the picture often comes out blurry. But it looks as if Motorola plans on making motion blur a thing of the past.

    After all of these leaks, are you still planning on picking up a Moto X?

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    Comments

    • Russ

      OIS has absolutely nothing to do with blur caused by a moving subject.

      • LiiIiikEaBau5

        moving object:D

      • LiiIiikEaBau5

        moving object:D

    • George Koklas

      Correct me if I am mistaken, but OIS has to do with camera shake and not subject movement, nor its speed for that matter.

      Hence, the running child example would be a wrong choice, if they intended to hint at OIS application, in sensor or lens level.

      • Adam Koueider

        Yeah I realised that. I looked at the last two pictures wrongly. Updated, and thanks for the catch!

    • davidm

      Yes, never wanted a phone so hard :-D

    • foggyflute

      Likely high speed shutter and a sensitive sensor, something resemble Lumia Pro Cam where we can change both shutter speed and ISO at will.

    • Lil bit

      Just a software filter, but hopefully they came up with a very effective algorithm to catch foreground objects.Sony is using something filterish also, on Xperia Z I have photos that are sharp in the foreground but in the background I can see there was camera shake, the filter correctly corrects it for the foreground objects

    • Peter Frazier

      isn’t that what glass is for?!

    • Balraj

      It’s getting interesting day by day
      I wonder how Sammy will react after moto x launch lol
      After all, Sammy loves learning from the market !!!

    • Balraj

      It’s getting interesting day by day
      I wonder how Sammy will react after moto x launch lol
      After all, Sammy loves learning from the market !!!

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