DSi camera problem

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  1. Bergunzo
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    Bergunzo GBAtemp Regular

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    I don't know if this is a problem or if it's regular: when I open the Photo Channel and use the camera, when I move my DSi the images move slowly and it goes smoothly only if I point the camera to my PC or TV Screen... What that means? Is that normal? Please answer
     
  2. how_do_i_do_that

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    You have insufficient posts to view location.
    it is a 0.3 megapixel camera (both of them), of course it moves slowly. the cameras they use are crappy. Thats the light tracker the little pinhole sensor next to the camera, so it does autofocus slowly.
     
  3. Bergunzo
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    Bergunzo GBAtemp Regular

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    Yes, i knew that they were crappy but I didn't imagined that much; but can you explain me (if you know) why the images moves smoothly when I point the camera to the Pc screen?
    And could you, DSi owners, post some videos of your DSi camera in action to compare them, just to be sure?
     
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    I can't post a video right now but I can confirm that the image moves slowly
     
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    damn that sucks, like I knew they were crappy but not THAT crappy. oh well, Im still looking forward to tomorrow
     
  6. how_do_i_do_that

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    You have insufficient posts to view location.
    I already told you, the light sensor controls how fast it focuses and refreshes, more light the faster it has to refresh the image to get a better image, thus the smooth paning.