- 10-30-2012, 08:13 PM #1
Lets see those pictures and videos!
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- 10-31-2012, 10:45 PM #5
I will give you my theory on this, and let me be clear.. I like Nokia a lot, I've had Nokia phones for the past 10 years, and I have 3 of them right now. So no.. I am not trolling.
The 920 has a very aggressive noise reduction algorithm, which helps in those low light shots with longer exposure. The problem is, it doesn't "turn off" when the sun is out, so you loose detail because of it.
... I will go even further. There is a slight chance that the HTC One X and the Ativ S will take slightly better pictures than the 920 in ideal conditions, because they don't have to accommodate for that low light setting.
We will se if I am right in the next few days :)
If that is the case, I can show you 2-3 photographs taken with a Nokia phone, and your statement will dissolve into millions of pixels :)
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- 10-31-2012, 11:02 PM #6
^ the difference b/w the 920 and 8x can't be huge .. they are both shooting at 1.4 micron pixels, so therefore the difference it quality won't be that big.. considering that most of the other components are "good enough" in both phones.
Where the 920 will excel compared to the 8x is in low light(longer exposures), and in video (OIS)/sound recording.. both by a pretty good margin.
- 11-01-2012, 12:52 AM #10
- 11-01-2012, 01:07 AM #11
Just don't expect the 920 to destroy them.. its not going to happen.
- 11-01-2012, 01:15 AM #12
Still, you get much better sound recording and video recording. They say that they used the same mics they used in the 808, and if that is the case... its amazing what they can do, despite the fact that its mono..
The OIS works very well during video.. much better than anything else on the market.
- 11-01-2012, 08:09 AM #14
The fruit was taken under a harsh fluorescent light in a grocery store. The colour of the orange seemed less saturated in the 920 than the original scene and the highlights from the fluorescent lights seemed more obvious.
Out of the box, this is a huge improvement over the 900, but if you are looking for iphone quality, get an iphone. This camera doesn't do the same post-color processing. The red's wont look as vibrant on the 920 as a result.
The 900 camera was ok if you set everything, but its auto settings were terrible initially. It wasn't very good indoors. The update this summer made its auto settings decent, but it never was that great. The pictures look like an improvement over the 900 to me.
- 11-02-2012, 09:45 AM #17
Ben Rudolph is like a face of Windows Phone. Lots of images on his SkyDrive here. All shots from what I can see have been taken from the Lumia 920 :)
- 11-02-2012, 11:54 AM #19
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- 11-02-2012, 01:00 PM #21
This thread was created to post pictures taken with your 920... That's it =)
Posts after (and possibly some prior to) mine will be deleted.
- 11-04-2012, 10:37 AM #24