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To have you appreciate the camera of Nokia N90, I added comparable pictures, taken with Canon G6 (of course in 2MP resolution captured by the camera's 7 MP sensor), to some of the pictures taken with N90. I took the same photos both with Canon G6 and Nokia N90. I used the auto exposure as a working mode for Canon G6.
One can hardly rebuke something in the following photos. One of the weak places of Nokia N90 is the red color, as best shown by the comparison between the picture of the red car taken with N90 and the same picture taken with Canon. You can also notice the limited dynamic range (overexposed clouds) of Nokia N90, because of the much smaller sensor.
Note the visible barrel distortion in the picture of the information board. Anyway, you can see a similar result from the wide end of almost every digital camera.
The purple fringing (or chromatic aberrations) in the following pictures, where the trees meet the sky, is significant. In fact, in this high contrast scene neither N90, nor Canon managed to successfully set the right exposure degree. For this reason we used a negative exposure compensation.
The following photos present well the different ways, in which the two cameras see various colors. Canon's pictures reflect reality more precisely. Nokia, however, did not do badly at all, either.