Sony Xperia X10 Gets Camera Mod, Brings Improvements
Sony Xperia X10

Sony Xperia X10 has received a new camera mod that brings several features to the device's camera, while improving the overall camera experience, thanks to XDA senior member known as FeraVolt. Although it is an old device, the developer has managed to release the mod. Users can now have a camera mod for the stock ROM.

Check out the list of features below, courtesy XDA Developers' forum:

  • BraviaEngine
  • AudioShutter Fix
  • FPS Uncap
  • Enhanced Bass
  • Init.d autorunner
  • Updated Busybox
  • One init.d tweak
  • Increased JPEG quality
  • Enabled support for Bravia Engine
  • Misc encoder tweaks
  • Vm CacheDrop
  • Panorama tweaks
  • Modified Camera App
  • Changes all res images to newer ones
  • Decreased camera wait delay
  • Decreased video service delay
  • Increased sound quality
  • Increased image capturing speed
  • Decreased face detection delay
  • App opening speed increased
  • Video capturing quality increased
  • Audio Codec quality increased
  • DoubleChannel audio recording (but mono sound)
  • Image quality increased
  • Decreases all possible UI delays
  • Decreases all possible HW-SW i/o relation delays
  • Audio quality set to original in apk (was causing problems)
  • Recent media thumbnail quality increases
  • Fixed init.d tweak
  • Adds another Panorama capturing app
  • Adds NeoReader app
  • Raises video capturing fps limit from 24 to 30

With this mod, users can experience the increase in camera quality and panorama mods seem to be working quite well. Those interested can download the mod from here.

The Xperia X10 was released in March 2010. It features an eight megapixel rear-facing camera sporting autofocus, LED flash, Touch focus, image stabilisation, geo-tagging, face and smile detection. It is powered by Qualcomm's QSD8250 Snapdragon chipset, clocked at 1GHz Scorpion processor.

[Information Courtesy: XDA Developers' Forum]