Photography: Can One X Challenge DSLRsPhotos, lots of photos. That’s what you will take with the HTC One X, I certainly did. Here are video and photo samples. None of these photos was taken particularly well, so your results should be similar. I consider the video and photos of the dragon boat races to be particularly challenging and I hope you appreciate the work this little camera had to do. Responsiveness is super-fast, and while quantifiable I thought you might be more interested in seeing the results. Auto focus speed is so fast I spent most of my time convinced it simply wasn't focusing. You can judge by the results. The One X performance image enhancement automatically in default mode and I let that stand, using the Feeling Lucky button in Picasa to see if it did anything for the Galaxy SII photos. HTC One X Versus Samsung Galaxy SII
The images below aren't corrected in any shape or for, besides the resize to our site width. There is a 100% image and a full-sized cropped image in our 689 pixel wide resolution.Samsung Galaxy SII in Default mode
Now, time for HTC One X:HTC One X in Default mode
Next up, comes the same image, but from the original image we took a 689x400 pixel. You can see if the image is blurry, grainy etc. First off, Samsung Galaxy SII as our reference phone (so far):Samsung Galaxy SII 689x400 original image crop
And HTC One X gives this:HTC One X 689-pixel wide crop from the original image
As you can notice, HTC One X may be a newer phone, but the image clarity is unrivaled when it comes to Samsung's CMOS sensor.HTC One X versus Olympus E420 DSLR Camera
We decided to see just how well can One X fare against the E420 digital SLR camera equipped with the stock Zuiko lens, 14-42mm. The results will be surprising, but we'll leave all the conclusions for yourself. First off, we start with the Olympus DSLR camera:Olympus E420 image, resized to 689x517 pixels. No post-edit
Can HTC One X rival the DSLR camera worth couple of hundred dollars?HTC One X. Original image resized to 689x388, no post-edit
As you can see for yourself, no visible difference at first sight. Now, for the real test - we cropped 689-pixel wide area from the original image, no post-production retouching. Olympus comes first:Olympus E420. Cropped image from original image, no post-edit performed
And now, for the HTC One X.HTC One X, 689-pixel wide crop from the original image.1080P Video - Boat Race Shot in Austin, TX
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