Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
When I take a picture, it saves what I think is my photo as the thumbnail. But then when I go to view the photo, it is actually a snapshot that was taken one second later.
It's like the camera took two pictures, one a second after the first.
So then when I go to menu>Fun & Apps>Pictures I see my desired picture as a little thumbnail in the gallery. But then when I click to view that picture, I see the second picture, which was the picture taken a second later.
How do I get the first picture to actually be viewed? I want to see it bigger. I tried to forward it to "My Album" in T-Mobile, but it is still the second, unwanted picture. I thought I took a great picture last night, but I can't see it other than as a tiny thumbnail.
Please help me.
It's actually a "normality" of motorola cameras ... The sound you hear of it "snapping" a picture and what you really see are two different time frames. Best trick: hold still even after you hear/see it take a pic.
Go into your options and see what your resolution size is. Try bumping it up if you can. Hopfuilly that beefs up the photo size.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
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