Camera Quality Mod for Xperia Ray, Active, Mini, and Mini Pro
Making cameras better than they actually are has been kind of a trend here at XDA, as seen on the International Galaxy Note and the Nexus 7, among many others. Now there is a new mod for the Sony Xperia Ray, Active, Mini, and Mini Pro that adds a few new features.
This mod was released by XDA Senior Member Rizal Lovins. There may be some confusion because Rizal Lovins actually released a different camera mod for the Xperia Ray a couple of months ago. This new mod is for all four of the aforementioned devices. Some of the features include:
Camera Mod Fast Capture
Smooth HD Recording
HQ Stereo Audio Video Recording
Improved HD Video Audio to 256kbps From 128kbps
Format HD Video Recording changed to MPEG4 from H264 for better performance Smooth
100% JPEG Quality
If you’ve been wanting a little more out of your smartphone camera, this is definitely a mod for you to check out. It has been out for a few releases already, so it’s pretty stable. And after the latest updates, no one has reported any issues or bugs.
To learn more, check out the original thread.
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