Sony launches Xperia XZ Premium and XZs earlier this year with new Motion eye camera. Since the launch users are pointing out the distortion effect in images. So Now Sony addresses its users feedback and sending out update which fixes camera distortion effect.
Sony in a statement promised that Xperia XZ Premium, XZs, XZ1 and XZ1 Compact will get the update. As all these phones are packed with the same Motion eye camera. However, currently Sony Xperia XZ Premium gets the camera distortion fix as a part of Android 8.0 Oreo update yesterday.
You have to enable “Correction for image distortion” option that’s found in the camera settings menu. When this option is enabled, your photos should be distortion-free.
Sony Mobile statement on camera distortion fix
Thank you for your feedback, we would like to reassure you that we are dedicated to providing the best possible user experience for our customers and have taken your feedback very seriously. We have been taking time to make improvements and increase photo shooting options.
Our models featuring our new Motion Eye™ Camera, including XZ Premium, XZs, XZ1 and XZ1 Compact, feature a wide-angle lens. This lens enables an immersive experience by providing the ability to capture more scenery in the shot, however it may also yield perspective distortion when shooting photos.
Whilst this distortion is consistent with similar wide-angle lens cameras in the industry, we have listened to your feedback and developed a new optional setting in the camera menu called ‘Correction for image distortion’ to minimize the distortion effect. It will be available via an upcoming software update on XZ Premium, XZs, XZ1 and XZ1 compact.
There is no exact time when Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact get the update. Although company do said the firmware update will be rolled out on these device by the end of November 2017. Xperia XZs is also up for update in near future, but there is no exact date given.
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