Agree. The sensor technology in this "camera" is sensationally good. Wish it had a viewfinder though.
And a couple of beauty shots
Mazor & Jorgen,
What amazing pictures ( from a telephone? )
(Jorgen, did you try on the hair extension? Looks like it would suit you )
thanks gandolfi! The Nokia 808 is a last of the Symbian Smartphones, which sported the most amazing camera known to date! The Nokia 808 in ideal lighting will surpass the likes of a Canon 5d3, and easily blitz my Sony Nex and Oly E-M1 when it comes to outright resolution.
Have a look at this shot I took of old boots
Click this link to see the full power of the mobile phone capturing at 34MP. Take note of the spider webs on the left most boot that is the subject of focus, and see the spider on the shoe!
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Some early morning architecture. No, that's not my car to the right
Here's some contrasty light.
One from the tech corner too.
wow, impressed people can still fix the old CRT televisions!!!
I don't care what gear I have.
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amazing resolution from the 808
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I tried in-camera b&w. It works
have not tried much Black and white with the 808, would be interesting how it handles in higher ISO.
Here is something all about blue
click below to see ultra clarity!
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I had just finished taking photos at Singapore Airshow, was carrying the TT Airport Addicted with 15+ kilograms of gear on my back, but was too tired to take out a real camera while I was killing time before I had to go to the airport. So I used the Nokia
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Thank you, mazor. Just having fun
Interesting every time I post an embedded link to my picture I took of Ayers Rock, or Olgas rock, it gets the "This image or video is currently unavailable". It is as if Flickr is sensoring what can be shared to what site. Strange eh.
What is even stranger is it you click on the unavailable image, it will still take you to the linked flickr site where the actual image resides.
The quality is good, but imho worse than PureView 808. More noise even at ISO 100 in daylight and whites are totally blow out in daylight (even when manually under-exposed -2/3 EV).
The sensor has gotten smaller and the BSI tech has done it's tradeoff.
Nevertheless, a giant leap over the competition in smart phones (sans 808)
Beach on the north shore of Chios, Greece. Nokia 808.
Lithi Beach, Chios, Greece.
Elinda cove on Chios.