New ipad camera quality

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  1. Backbencher

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    Are there any kind of settings to improve camera quality for night time photography? I don't want the pictures to be hazy.

    Here are a few sample pictures.

    Is there any scope of improvement?
     

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  2. LannyC

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    Lacking a tripod, you could try Camera Awesome! instead of the standard camera app. It has an image stabilization function that might help a bit. But your main problem is noise, and to fix that you'll simply need more light. What you want is to able to adjust the ISO setting lower, and make a time exposure. But AFAIK you cannot do that.

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  3. NickyD

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    You can try Pro Camera HD for the Ipad( don't confuse it with the iphone one) It takes better pictures than the standard camera app.
     
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    If the problem is too little light, long exposure, then you need a tripod.
    If the focus is off, be sure to tap on the object of interest to get the camera to focus/expose on it.
     

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