Capture an imageCapture an image
Select Menu > Applications > Camera.
When capturing an image, note the following:
Use both hands to keep the camera steady.
The quality of a digitally zoomed image is lower than that of a non-zoomed image.
The camera goes into battery saving mode after about a minute of inactivity.
To switch from video mode to image mode, if necessary, select > .
|Zoom in or out when capturing an image|
Use the zoom slider.
After capturing an imageAfter capturing an image
After you capture an image, select from the following options (available only if you have selected Options > Settings > Show captured image > Yes):
- Send the image in a multimedia or e-mail message, or through connection methods such as Bluetooth connectivity.To send the image to the person you are talking to, select qgn-indi-cam4-tb-send.jpg during a call.
- Upload the image to a compatible online album.
Delete - Delete the image.
|Use the image as wallpaper in the home screen|
Select Options > Use image > Set as wallpaper.
|Set the image as a default call image|
Select Options > Use image > Set as call image.
|Assign the image to a contact|
Select Options > Use image > Assign to contact.
|Return to the viewfinder to capture a new image|
A scene helps you to find the right color and lighting settings for the current environment. The settings of each scene have been set according to a certain style or environment.
The default scene in image and video modes is indicated with (Automatic).
|Change the scene|
Select > Scene modes and a scene.
|Create your own scene suitable for a certain environment|
Select User defined > Change. In the user defined scene, you can edit different lighting and color settings.
|Copy the settings of another scene|
Select Based on scene mode and the desired scene. To save the changes and return to the scenes list, select Back.
|Activate your own scene|
Select User defined > Select.
Location informationLocation information
You can automatically add capture location information to the file details of the captured material.
Select Menu > Applications > Camera.
To add location information to all captured material, select Options > Settings > Show GPS info > On.
It may take several minutes to obtain the coordinates of your location. The availability and quality of GPS signals may be affected by your location, buildings, natural obstacles, and weather conditions. If you share a file that includes location information, the location information is shared and your location may be visible to third parties viewing the file. The device requires network services to acquire location information.
Location information indicators:
- Location information unavailable. GPS stays on in the background for several minutes. If a satellite connection is found and the indicator changes to qgn-indi-cam4-geotag-on.jpg within that time, all the images captured and video clips recorded during that time are tagged based on the received GPS positioning information.
- Location information is available. Location information is added to the file details.
Location information can be added to an image or a video clip if location coordinates are found via the network. It may take several minutes to receive the coordinates. The best conditions are obtained in open areas away from high buildings.
If you share your image or video which has location information attached to it, the location information is also shared and your location may be visible to third parties that can view the image or the video.
You may disable the geotagging service in camera settings.
Use the self-timer to delay the capture, so that you can include yourself in the image.
|Set the self-timer delay|
Select > and the delay desired before the image is captured.
|Activate the self-timer|
Select Activate. The stopwatch icon on the screen blinks and the remaining time is displayed when the timer is running. The camera captures the image after the selected delay elapses.
|Deactivate the self-timer|
Select > .
Tip: To keep your hand steady when capturing an image, try using a delay of 2 seconds.