Is there any way to disable or reduce the shutter sound effect when the camera is used? I've tried sound volume settings but they don't affect the camera sound.
I do a lot of genealogy research and the Fusion5 tablet will be ideal for recording my notes and taking quick record shots of documents, but the noise may be disturbing in a quiet library environment. I could use my Blackberry again, I suppose, but it would be a shame to lose the flexibility of the Fusion5 for this work.
Any help or suggestions would be gratefully received.
Thank you for trying it out anyway. It's hard to see why this would be a design feature unless it's intentionally to draw attention to the camera being used, which seems a strange thing to do. It's my first disappointment with a device that is otherwise shaping up so nicely as a useful tool for field use.
However, I've since discovered that the camera on the tablet is the worst I have ever encountered, anywhere. I had intended to use the photo capability of the tablet to take pictures of documents, newspaper clippings, that sort of thing, but the resolution is abysmal and appears heavily pixelated, so much so that no text whatsoever is readable. This is a great shame, though it means that the 'shutter noise' won't be a problem after all, as the camera is unusable anyway.