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    Quote Originally Posted by pinbak View Post


    quick 10 sec video today riding in the car!!
    Thanks for this!

    I do autox racing in my car and I think instead of buying a gopro setup I'm going to try out the 920 for a while and see how it works with a windshield or cage mount.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fhumphrey04 View Post
    Thanks for this!

    I do autox racing in my car and I think instead of buying a gopro setup I'm going to try out the 920 for a while and see how it works with a windshield or cage mount.
    Post some pics of this! I'd love to see it. I enjoy driving and videotaping my drive.

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    Credit to HDblog for taking this:


    Full 1080p video of the lumia 920, i gotta say its amazing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duvi View Post
    Post some pics of this! I'd love to see it. I enjoy driving and videotaping my drive.
    Well, I have to get the phone first and the next race season doesn't start til April, but I'll be sure to record a drive using a windshield mount. I'm interested to see how well the 920 can cope with the bumpiness of my car compared to a traditional gopro. I like the idea of having less devices though, so even if it's 80% as good, I'll stick with it.
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    Quick video I took while driving 1080

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwalker84 View Post
    Quick video I took while driving 1080

    Stable .. there is no way I can achieve that with any of my current smartphones. Thanks for sharing!

    Is that an M5 in front of you ?
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    All of these were taken with the default settings.
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    What's with the pink lighting in those photos? I noticed that in a comparison of cameras from Cnet as well in one of the pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmoon24 View Post
    What's with the pink lighting in those photos? I noticed that in a comparison of cameras from Cnet as well in one of the pics.
    I think that was due to the giant fluorescent star behind me.

    Roanoke Star - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Last edited by Jaybotics; 11-09-2012 at 11:44 PM.
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    Overall, what I've noticed with the 920 is that everything is good picture wise minus the slight blur in daylight photos. Was at the AT&T store today and tried all sorts of pics. Close, far, zoom, instant snap, focus with button, focus with touch screen. Colors are definitely better than the 8x, but the 8x does a better job of creating a "sharper" image.

    If Nokia's software update can get that fixed, then the phone will definitely be complete in all aspects.
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    day light photos do not look good. I was expecting those to be super beautiful and brilliant. They look dark and dull.
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    These pictures are fantastic and very professional.. awesome.. thanks for sharing..


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    got my lumia this morning and took a few photos :]
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    im very impressed with the macro :] those bokeh look fantastic.
    pictures under daylight seem fine to me too. and I tried sticking my phone in my closet with just a little bit of gap for some light to go in. and the picture turns out so well. (I had the focus light off as well)
    I did the same with my Focus S, and the picture came out black. -v-;
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmoon24 View Post
    Overall, what I've noticed with the 920 is that everything is good picture wise minus the slight blur in daylight photos.
    Notice when you take a pic it gets super focused and THEN blurs out? I think this is a shutter speed issue. Granted, I know very little about picture taking, but keeping ULTRA still seems to greatly lessen/eliminate this blur. I didn't do much picture taking today. But I am going to slap the camera on a tripod here tomorrow and see if my theory is correct (at least about the better pics when the camera is still part).
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    ^ Yes, I did notice that. It focuses in nicely and once the picture is snapped, it ends up blurry.
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    Does it do it with the camera button, or the software one ? Or both.. actually, I am not sure what the difference is since the camera button is still a digital shutter..
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    For me, it happened by pressing the shutter button or using the touch screen to take a pic.
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    I did some research how camera lenses works and found out why some pics versus other phones may look blurry.

    First of all Lumia 920 have large field of view (26mm focal length). That makes side of images look bit stretched and objects far away appear smaller, making them have less detail visible. Plus side of this is that you can get more stuff in to your photo.

    Aperture size is f2.0 and that makes your focus plane and area smaller than smaller aperture cameras (larger f number). What i understood that it should make that particular focus area sharper and it also gives greater bokeh effect. You should be able take great macro shot and close ups with nice depth of field, but when taking larger i.e. landscape shots, those probably appear softer. Other thing is greatly increased low light capability and there Lumia 920 deliveres.

    If you compare those values to iPhone 5 (33mm focal lenght, f2.4 aperture) you can find part of reason from there why some shots look softer. iPhone 5 have deeper depth of field which makes larger part of image to be in focus. Other part is software which can be improved.

    Aspect ratio have own impact to photo also. You should always compare 16:9 image to 16:9 image or 4:3 to 4:3 image, or at least make sure compared part of image appears same size in photo if comparing different aspect ratio photos.

    All above values are in conjunction to each other and determines how your photo turns out. Like The Verge said Lumia 920 is more to people who know about photography.
    A great camera for pros, but what about the rest of us?

    Bottom line is that you need to shoot differently with Lumia 920 compared to other phones and you get great photos. And choose your aspect ratio of photo to suit what you are shooting. I think when software is fully finalized Lumia 920 can really rock.
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    @Kissanviikset,
    (hoping not to get too much offtopic here)
    Thanks for the explanation. In "Photos for dummies" words, does that mean that the Lumia920 with its bigger aperture size makes nicer macro pictures (with blurry backbround) than, say, an iPhone 5?
    Happy WP user :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminatic View Post
    @Kissanviikset,
    (hoping not to get too much offtopic here)
    Thanks for the explanation. In "Photos for dummies" words, does that mean that the Lumia920 with its bigger aperture size makes nicer macro pictures (with blurry backbround) than, say, an iPhone 5?
    Actually im not sure anymore when reading article again :D

    Depth of field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    There is just too much variables.
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    Took a few pics this morning.





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    10 sec sample

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoukiFC3S View Post
    Nice pics! What settings did you use for those?
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