08-23-2013, 03:54 AM #1
- 79 Posts
Isn't that Amber should rise up my maximum ISO level on integrated camera to 3600 (or is it 3200 or something like that)? I still have 800 for maximum ISO in that application.
Also, I was crying last night because I can't use Nokia Pro Cam on Lumia 820 because 820 doesn't have PureView technology, but I hope that they will allow us mortals to use the simillar application, just to have the same design for accessing the properties of the camera. I don't care about image stabilization.
And, the last part, I don't seem to figure out why I can't have Nokia Video Trimm application. I don't believe that it is depending on PureView.
- 08-23-2013, 08:10 AM #2
1. OIS makes that magic happen. No OIS, no ISO 3200. (I believe I'm already hearing Damian Dinning shout STOP! when Nokia releases this for you.)
2. There is a way, through a proxy, as far as I know. It's your choice.
3. Hmm. There's a will, there's a way. The same proxy method as I said above should work here. As for that proxy method, it's somewhere buried in the forums.I'm also over at the Moriya Shrine! Go there if you're also a fan of Touhou. After all, it is a small community, like WP, right?
08-23-2013, 09:21 AM #3
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What is OIS? And I have read that only L520 would not get higher ISO than ISO 800. That's the reason I want my ISO higher.
I have downloaded both Nokia Pro Cam and Video Trimm app but this is what I get on the screen for both of them: "Not available", when I am trying to install them manually from SD card (yes...I have both apps downloaded to my SD card from windowsphone.com) trough the Store.
- 08-23-2013, 02:37 PM #4