Anonymous, 31 Jul 2009jst well!! come on!!N86 performed dominating in low light condition!!it is the best 8mgp phone!!Yes I know it was way more natural to the eye and plesant as well.
people are just wandering why not xenon cause its been areound for ages........ but know we can move away for that power hungery flash that drains our batterys fast.
You guys do not understand photography xenon is only used in cameras cause they just want quick light and xenon does that.
it all about how many lux.
sharaku, 31 Jul 2009i think nokia is trying to insult our intelligence. i have used my n82s flash to capture hundr... moreSince capturing fast moving objects has something to do with what type flash it uses...
You clearly know nothing about cameras
The samgsung behold has had the best camera I've ever had on a phone and it took great clear pix...every company should use samsung as a guide for making great camera phones
yeah cos this one time the berril came and ate my corncob and i was like, thats my corncob, so they said, no its my corncob. i dint agree with their corncob eatin was and is said next time you have a corncob i will eat your corncob and laugh in your corncob stealin face. the berril then took a step back and corncobed it up a bit with a bag of corncobs, i had to go rofl a little. but then berril said. nar then, whats wi't corncobz and i was like miiiiinnnnneeee! and i shoveled te corncobz down my corncob trap.
Nokia was just trying to expalain that there 3rd generation LED flash implemented on N86 is not far behind from those phone who have xenon flash.And they can still improve their LED flash in the next generations of their phone line up.Who knows we might be all surprise later on..
nokia, what were u thinking... the best EOS cameras in the world and the most expensive ones come with xenon flash.....
i think nokia is trying to insult our intelligence. i have used my n82s flash to capture hundreds of shots of fast moving objects, and n86 will never do that. its a very nice phone , which would have been nicer with xenon. end of debate. or maybe a a phone company will pioneer flash tech which alll the dslr makers are just too dumb or ignorant to see yet.
Clearly you haven't tried having a real flash for your night shots...
the c905 has a xenon flash and an led flash for video light...you can have best of both worlds...
So are they not basically saying that the old N82 handset, which im sure they marketed quite vigorously, is no good? :-P
If Samsung can include Xenon for photography and Duel LED for filming. Then Nokia should have done the same. For them to compare it the their N82 (and not any other Nokia cameraphone) confirms what everyone else thinks about any other Nokia cameraphone, the N82 is still the best Nokia for taking pictures, but the Nokia N86 is not far behind.
Its not just the Flash on the N86 wants sorting out,it the Speakers an keypads that have totally made the N86 such a flop,Nokia do not seem to bothered about there phones functions now days ,i had 3 N86 in 5 days all the Centre cursors Froze all the time so decide to stick with still there Best mobile produced the N95 8gb,but since this phone Nokia have not moved on N85,N96 an now N86 have all been below par mobiles
haha you bunch of ridiculous people! people who are going to get this phone are old enough to know what's good for them, just like the people in nokia designing their phones, they're old enough to decide what sort of stuff to put in their new phones.(just because it's nokia, that doesnt mean it's good. but because its nokia, it means its not strongly built and ordinary design)
p.s. nokia you pathetic!
i think nokia is in the right track.... xenon is just good in flash.. but the third gen led flash is also good in low light plus it can also use as flash light and video light. not like xenon and it consumes more battery life
Well you know when nokia mumbles they sometimes know what they talkin about. Looking at the pics. They might wanna add a flash. Compared to the other 2 device. Pretty clear for no flash tho. I have to agree. Add the Flash nokia. Better quality pics
Nice comparison, and very educational. I wish more phone manufacturers would do this. Way to go Nokia. It showed the strength and weaknesses of both phones.
I think if you are going to do low light shooting, while holding the camera/phone in your hand, you better be using something with a huge lens and huge sensor. Even my compact Sony camera does very poorly in low light, so I do expect a phone camera to be better, and I find my Sony camera does not cut it for low light. I'm thinking of getting a SLR camera, as that is really the only good type of camera that can handle low light situations, and holding it in your hand, ESPECIALLY if you crank up the ISO.