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Old 12-30-2009, 07:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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HEllo, does anyone know of a way of adding a delay when taking photo's ?

I have a Curve 8520 & when you press the camera button its so hard to press you move the camera & that results in a poor picture due to movement.

I'd like to pres the button & have a 2 sec delay while I steady it.


Does anyone know if this is programmable somewhere or if there is an app for it?

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Old 12-31-2009, 07:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It is not an available setting native to the 8520.
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I dont see the option on any BB. Rim does have information on adjusting the shutter speed to compensate for movement
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Cheers, Ihave since found that the app "mycamera" also controls the shutter speed.

However I do not want to pay $5 just for that.

IMO the camera on these is naff, the pictures are too blurred due to movement.
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Seems like a cheap price to pay to solve your problem....If it works.
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Cheers, Ihave since found that the app "mycamera" also controls the shutter speed.

However I do not want to pay $5 just for that.

IMO the camera on these is naff, the pictures are too blurred due to movement.
If you want a full-featured digital camera, buy one. That's the reality of the situation. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
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