Sony Xperia Z1 Compact design fits after problem with flash





Sony has designed its smartphone Xperia Z1 Compact adjusted after users reported problems with the flash. Because the lens is less than the flash, the light from the LED on the enclosure would penetrate the lens through which images fail.

Users who are experiencing the problem, see a blue haze on photos that the Xperia Z1 Compact makes in dark conditions, reporting several readers to the editors of Tweakers. It would be a different camera setting how much the blue haze is visible. The problem would be sitting in the light of the flash that can go through the housing in the lens, since the lens is located in the housing lower than the flash itself.

Explanation problem flash Sony Xperia Z1 Compact

Schematic explanation problem Xperia Z1 Compact flash. Illustration: louis0815 at XDA-Developers

The German branch of Sony recognizes the problem and recommends that customers experiencing the problem to go back to the store with the device reports Inside Handy. According to Sony, the problem only occurs when the first batch of users and not colored in black, can be seen from the statement of the company.

Indeed, it appears that Sony designed the flash has changed. A user of XDA-Developers report that his device, which is produced in March, has a camera lens that is higher; The camera now protrudes slightly, while that is not the case with older models. This would have to be solved the problem.

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact - new copy vs render

Photo new copy: levz at XDA-Developers

Users now have even invented a temporary fix; by describing a pen that is also used to describe CDs part around the lens, the haze would disappear. That fix would work shown by test photos from users on XDA.

Xperia Z1 Compact Flash problem: blue haze

Photos: Profyler at XDA-Developers

Sony recognizes the problem is not, according to a tipster who spoke. Customer Tweakers also contacted Sony Netherlands.

It is the second time in a short time that Sony responds to problems with its Xperia devices. Wednesday advised the manufacturer with the new Xperia Z2 only due to the risk of overheating. 4k short videos


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