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    what do you mean by the safest device?

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    Re: Nokia 808 images

    I have talked to a Nokia specialist recently and he said that Symbian as an opensource system which is now so very well documented does not have any "KNOWN" backdoors as iOS or Android or Win8 do have (as we all know now thanks to Snowden).
    So the N808 also has a removable Battery (which the new Phones don´t have anymore) which helps to keep your privacy when you have it switched off and don´t want to betracked (as with the other smartphones the NSA can switch them on remote and spy on you, no matter what you do, without battery -NO WAY !).
    So for now I will keep my N808. I also do have the feeling that the larger N808 sensor has a tad less noise than the 1020 samples I have seen.

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    Stefan. How to I get camera Pro on 808? I download it through nokia website?

    FOUND IT. thanks

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    Re: Nokia 808 images

    mmbma

    It´s in the Nokia Store, as you already found out.
    you will see it really has great options. Some not even to be found in really expensive DSLR´s.

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    captured with my nokia 808. It is simply the best mobile phone camera ever





    Who said the 808 cannot do close up photography!



    Surface tension on water!



    Which phone can get that close to a monkey eh! pureview zoom!
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    I needed a new phone, so I had to buy it before it disappeared. The 1020 isn't nearly as cool, oversharpened and oversaturated. The 808 has a fantastic sensor, great colour, amazing detail... D800, eat your heart out

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    very nice Picture, Jørgen!
    Yes I'm about considering it myself. The Lumia 1020 is bigger, clumsier, and can't take pictures in low light. This one seems to still be the leader of the gang.
    And yes it’s about getting hold of it before it disappears.
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    Nokia 808, cropped

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    Nokia 808, cropped

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    very nice Picture, Jørgen!
    Yes I'm about considering it myself. The Lumia 1020 is bigger, clumsier, and can't take pictures in low light. This one seems to still be the leader of the gang.
    And yes it’s about getting hold of it before it disappears.
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    The 1020 is bigger, but it also sports a much larger higher resolution screen. The phone thickness is considerably thinner than the 808. I think both form factors are clumsy, as there is no dedicated sculpted hand grip, but that is the compromise one has to make in order to have a phone and a camera in one.

    The 1020 can take pictures in low light, and will be better than the 808, as it handles higher ISO better than the 808, plus it has optical stabilizer. Where the 1020 fails is at low ISO, where the larger sensor 808 pulls ahead with far better detail, resolution, and low noise.

    Yes please get an 808, before they become a rarity. Just love the IQ of the 808, check out these pipes I captured today



    no cropping, just conversion to black and white, enjoy the pure pixel resolution and superb corner sharpness!

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    Thanks Mazor!
    But an expectation of 1600 or 3200 iso is fare out of the game for either of them, I guess?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Thanks Mazor!
    But an expectation of 1600 or 3200 iso is fare out of the game for either of them, I guess?
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    I think that the 1020, particularly with OIS, can handle 1600 -3200 reasonably OK. Here are 3 OOC 5mp jpgs I just took in a dark corner of the kitchen with the 1020 set at Auto (used ISO 800, 1/5 sec), ISO 1600 (1/13 sec), and ISO 3200 (1/25 sec). All handheld by old, shaky hands.






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    Nokia 808 @ f/2.4, 1/8s and ISO 640

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    Re: Nokia 808 images

    Thank you Carl, they are good and very usefull!
    But perhaps is the 808 less bulkier in the pocket, even thought its thicker.
    Could anyone post 800/1600/3200 from the 808 too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Thank you Carl, they are good and very usefull!
    But perhaps is the 808 less bulkier in the pocket, even thought its thicker.
    Could anyone post 800/1600/3200 from the 808 too?
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    I don't have both yet to do a comparison, but the 1020 lies very flat inside my travel vest breast pocket or inside jacket pocket with no bulge, even with the grip attached.
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    Nokia 808 @ f/2.4



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    She cannot figure out this Symbian OS either...


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    I finally received a Nokia 808 yesterday. Still trying to get familiar with the new phone, but so far no major problems. I still have the 1020 as well, but will most likely keep the 808 for the better IQ.

    A handheld garden shot of some fall crocus. Didn't see the hopper munching on one of the blossoms until after I processed the image. Used Camera Pro at 41 mp and 90% setting.

    Quarter size

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    Some fine detail in a 41 mp (100% jpg mode) Nokia 808 shot, re-sampled to 50% and cropped in LR.

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    Pair of shots taken with the Nokia 808 and NEX6 with Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar. The Nokia original was 41 mp, cropped and resampled in LR. No sharpening. The NEX shot (16 mp) was cropped and resampled to same size, sharpened in LR. Both handheld.

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    Can someone tell me what the slot near the bottom of the camera module is for?

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    Nokia 808 with flash

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    Re: Nokia 808 images

    Carl, could you be persuated to do 800/1600/3200iso shots with the 808 too, just to compare with the 1020?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Carl, could you be persuated to do 800/1600/3200iso shots with the 808 too, just to compare with the 1020?
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    Here are 3 shots each from the 808 and 1020 at base ISO, 800, and 1600. There is no 3200 on the 808. All shot handheld in high res mode and resized to 2400 pix wide in LR.

    Base ISO

    808 (ISO 64)



    1020 (ISO 100)


    ISO 800

    808


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    ISO 1600

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    A few more taken with the 808 in the local park.





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    Re: Nokia 808 images

    Thank you Carl! But now I'm just a bit more confused, while here the 1020 seems to handle colours better, and perhaps more correct?, and handle the high iso better too..hhmm....
    on the other hand Jorgens B&W of the little boy(#66) is so clear that it could have been taken with a M9.
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    Re: Nokia 808 images

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    ... on the other hand Jorgens B&W of the little boy(#66) is so clear that it could have been taken with a M9.
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    Can't be that clear, since you can't even see that it's a girl

    Jokes aside, this is some amazing technology, and I keep wondering how it would work with a larger sensor, like m4/3, and with RAW output. That would mean roughly 80MP and clean, sharp images of 30-40MP... if the lenses can resolve that much.

    Or will the development go the other way, and produce tiny cameras, Like the Pentax Q? I wouldn't mind a camera with all the lenses I need weighing less than a kilogram

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Can't be that clear, since you can't even see that it's a girl
    Sorry Jörgen, Yes now that I've put some sharper glasses in front of my eyes(!) its clear and obviously it's a beautiful Little girl!
    Come to that...and all the other hard dicisions in ones camera-life, buying a cell-phone with a splendid camera inside, and leave your GR at home is perhaps at matter of deciding your pocket-strategy and bunch-of-key strategy in your right pocket: leave all the 15 different keys from your right pocket in the car, and just go with your private front door key in your left pocket and the carry your GR ALL time totally unprotected in your right pocket (knowing that if you ruin the tiny lensblades, you just buy a new GR while its almost same Price as a 1020 or 808), and then perhaps just leave a primitive small Nokia 3010 or 510 cellphone that doesn't care for scrathes in your left....(I love my GR...and its still some notches better than a 808!)...the freedom of being totally even-small-size-bag-free could be a very tempting goal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Can someone tell me what the slot near the bottom of the camera module is for?

    the slot below is the breathing slot for your Nokia 808, cover it for too long and it will die!

    nah, actually it is a laser canon, to take out un cooperative subjects

    Actually it is a speaker slow. Cover it up ,and you will find ring tones, or media playback muffled. Guess it is best to keep that port clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    the slot below is the breathing slot for your Nokia 808, cover it for too long and it will die!

    nah, actually it is a laser canon, to take out un cooperative subjects

    Actually it is a speaker slow. Cover it up ,and you will find ring tones, or media playback muffled. Guess it is best to keep that port clear.
    Thanks mazor. I thought at first it was a coin slot and I'd have to put in a nickel for each shot.
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    scho, love your ISO 800 and 1600 comparisons between the Nokia 808 and the Nokia 1020.

    Really like the performance of the Nokia 1020 at ISO 800, and even more at ISO 1600. It is as if the jump between ISO 800 and 1600 is not affecting the signal to noise of the sensor! If I had a 1020, I would probably skip ISO 800 all together in favor of 1600, just to get that extra light, without compromise.

    You have proved what many sites have done with regards to comparing the 808 and the 1020. The 808 has better pixel performance at low ISO, and the overall frame is super sharp, with excellent detail and minimal noise. The 1020 comes to it's own past ISO 800, where it clearly outclasses the 808 with ease, and it is if the performance gets better at ISO 1600 based on the image we see.

    It is as if the 808 was designed for daylight landscapes and portraits, anything that uses ISO 50 to 200, and the 1020 was designed for low light, and possible more street like photography.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Thank you Carl! But now I'm just a bit more confused, while here the 1020 seems to handle colours better, and perhaps more correct?, and handle the high iso better too..hhmm....
    on the other hand Jorgens B&W of the little boy(#66) is so clear that it could have been taken with a M9.
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    Check out allaboutsymbian if you want the full run down comparison between the Nokia 808 and Nokia 1020 colors.

    The 1020 output JPG does have increased saturation, contrast, and the color is enhanced to look like a postcard. The nokia 808 output JPG is very accurate and true to the scene being captured. The colors are very neutral which makes it receptive to post process adjustments.

    It seems that more mobile phone consumers prefer a more complete image look straight out of camera rather than a natural true image. True to life images only work well if the subject is very interesting, and or the composition of the scene is remarkable. Pushing colors, contrast, can make boring scenes more interesting, and hence a high success rate of sharable images.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    scho, love your ISO 800 and 1600 comparisons between the Nokia 808 and the Nokia 1020.

    Really like the performance of the Nokia 1020 at ISO 800, and even more at ISO 1600. It is as if the jump between ISO 800 and 1600 is not affecting the signal to noise of the sensor! If I had a 1020, I would probably skip ISO 800 all together in favor of 1600, just to get that extra light, without compromise.

    You have proved what many sites have done with regards to comparing the 808 and the 1020. The 808 has better pixel performance at low ISO, and the overall frame is super sharp, with excellent detail and minimal noise. The 1020 comes to it's own past ISO 800, where it clearly outclasses the 808 with ease, and it is if the performance gets better at ISO 1600 based on the image we see.

    It is as if the 808 was designed for daylight landscapes and portraits, anything that uses ISO 50 to 200, and the 1020 was designed for low light, and possible more street like photography.
    Thanks mazor, and I agree re the 808 vs 1020 ISO performance. If they produce another model I hope it has a better lens than the one in the 1020 and perhaps 35mm equiv rather than 25-28.
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    scho, why would you prefer a 35mm equivalent instead of a nice wide 26mm in the current models? I thought the idea was if you want to change the focal length you can do easily using the lossless pureview zoom. If you already start at 35mm, we cannot reverse zoom to get 26mm.

    Also if they do bring out another model. I would like to see a 20mp sensor in place of the 41MP sensor, so that the default pixel micron would be larger, to improve overall performance to the next level.

    Plus if they could re incorporate pureview 8mp it would be great, since 5mp at times is a bit low resolution for todays standards.

    Here is a shot I took a while back using maximum pureview zoom using pureview 8mp mode on my 808.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    scho, why would you prefer a 35mm equivalent instead of a nice wide 26mm in the current models? I thought the idea was if you want to change the focal length you can do easily using the lossless pureview zoom. If you already start at 35mm, we cannot reverse zoom to get 26mm.

    Also if they do bring out another model. I would like to see a 20mp sensor in place of the 41MP sensor, so that the default pixel micron would be larger, to improve overall performance to the next level.

    Plus if they could re incorporate pureview 8mp it would be great, since 5mp at times is a bit low resolution for todays standards.

    Here is a shot I took a while back using maximum pureview zoom using pureview 8mp mode on my 808.

    I haven't worked much yet with the pureview zoom so I'm not sure about the quality of the zoomed output. Your image looks fine. I just prefer focal lengths in the 35-50 range with good optical quality - across the frame.
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    scho, the 808 can maintain optical quality across the frame and that has a 26mm f2.4 lens. It is just the new redesigned thinner optics in the 1020 that seems to have issues, assuming you only use the pureview 5mp mode on the 1020, and no "zoom reinvented" post cropping into the corner of the frame, the 1020 performance across the frame is adequate but will not be as good as the 808. I suspect if the 1020 had the drop in aperture ring, the corner softness even at full resolution should be less again, but then you have to counter the effect of diffraction, which will diminish the entire frame IQ uniformly.

    As for pureview zoom. You should try it on the 808 in good light. It is surprisingly good. Quality degradation is apparent with each step of zoom applied, but the details are still very good. I cannot say the same from what I seen from the 1020, as the lens quality seems to be less with the new design, and applying pureview zoom would be the same seeing a full res image, and any defects will be magnified.

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    Three images from the 808.





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    Lovely photos, Carl. Did the blue sky look like that out of the camera?

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    Lovely photos, Carl. Did the blue sky look like that out of the camera?
    yes please do tell The image has a nice polarizer effect to it.

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    Thanks Jorgen. Yes, that is exactly how it looked OOC. One of those very rare deep blue sky days that we don't see that often in this area. No polarizer mazor, but I'm wondering if Nokia slipped in a polarizer instead of an ND.
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    A couple of detail shots taken at the old park boathouse with the Nokia 808. I was only a few feet from the window, but shooting up at a steep angle so DOF limited. Perspective corrected in CS6.



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    Some street art with the 808.



    and a triptych of bridge portholes

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    Nokia 808




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    First cold front of the fall with a stiff NW breeze brings out the windsurfers on Cayuga Lake.

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    Re: Nokia 808 images

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    Nokia 808




    Wonderful!
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    Thanks, Thorkil

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    Three from today's gorge walk. Tough lighting for a cell phone camera with limited dynamic range, but the internal ND filter, ISO 50, and EC got me through with minimal problems.





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    Re: Nokia 808 images

    Excellent, Carl

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    Re: Nokia 808 images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Excellent, Carl
    Thank you Jorgen. I continue to be amazed by the image quality from this little camera phone.
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    Re: Nokia 808 images

    this camera just got better. Check out GSM arenas comparison charts, select the 808, and select the 1020. The lower noise higher detail, sharper image from the 808 is plainly clear, and this is not even comparing corners of the image

    http://www.gsmarena.com/piccmp.php3?...&idPhone3=4577

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