Nokia N9 raw video footage released

02 August, 2011 | Comments (100) | Post your comment

Tags: Nokia, MeeGo, Touch UI

We've developed a bit of a soft spot for the Nokia N9 and it keeps giving us little treats that we just can't get enough of. Today's treat is a compilation of stock video footage taken directly from the N9 and edited into a single clip.

The footage in question comes from Nokia's Bill Perry and really shows the potential that the N9 camera experience will bring to users. Bill even threw in a few more stills to add to our growing collection of samples from the N9.

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Bearing in mind this is on pre-release software, it bodes well for the N9 as the cameraphone lover's next device. As we've said before, the 8MP unit doesn't quite match up to the N8 but that being said, you can see it's not exactly a poor performer, just a little ease up on the saturation and we'd be laughing.

Bill's video footage is untouched besides that fact it's been run through Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, but only to collate the clips into one video timeline and lay the music track in, beyond that though, it's the genuine article.

Are you impressed? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

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Nokia N9 raw video footage released - reader comments

  • EndlessDream94

Sorry but I don't agree with you. The biggest bashers that I've seen across the board when it comes to bashing Nokia... are the Fandroids! The iPhone fans are generally not nearly as bad. The Fandroids tend to always walk around boasting tech spec...

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  • 2011-08-06 13:29
  • qiUp
  • Anonymous

I think all the bashing centers around the new whipping boys of the cellphone world, the Nokias, the BB's and the Motorolas.. Some of the criticisms are well warranted, I agree. The others, I just don't know where it's coming from. Yes, there...

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  • 2011-08-06 09:24
  • t7JW
  • Alfred E. Neuman

I think all the bashing centers around the new whipping boys of the cellphone world, the Nokias, the BB's and the Motorolas.. Some of the criticisms are well warranted, I agree. The others, I just don't know where it's coming from. Yes, there...

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  • 2011-08-06 09:13
  • t7JW