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#91 HawkMan


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Posted 10 October 2012 - 15:34

Again, you can take these photos, and this flare issue will not affect them AT ALL.

Unless you can find me some "great" or even decent photos ruined by purple haze, you're just spouting nonsense.

So when a mother takes a great picture of her kids on the trampoline. and half the picture is covered by purple hazing because the sun shone on the phone from the side, that is what you call "not affected at all" ?

#92 Teebor


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Posted 10 October 2012 - 15:51

Let me put it to you a different way, anyone who knows what causes this knows how to fix it, iPhone or otherwise. Anyone who doesn't, probably doesn't care much about photography anyway, so it's hardly a "key feature".

This is like arguing that when reflected light hits your eyes it's bright, and that's a failure on whoever designed your eyes.

Actually human eyes are designed quite poorly, there are giant squid with far superior and similar eye design. This however would be pretty useless to us humans as the light reception would be too bright.
There are also other animals with superior eye design
Not sure what this has to do with a camera lens though