Anonymous, 14 Dec 2017"So far no phone on the market does both telephoto and wide-angle." Wrong. You mean ultra wide... moreboth telephoto and wide angle in 1 smartphone. not just super wide angle..lol
My dream phone after Sony.
Wow!!! Almost perfect. Adding the Lg-like wide angel lens would be an all-in-one camera feature in the market to date.
Come on, Nokia. Bring us your camera expertise as you always had done in the Symbian and Windows phone days.
NOKIA 10 PUREVIEW!!!! with 3 cameras.. Normal, Wide angle and Telephoto
"So far no phone on the market does both telephoto and wide-angle." Wrong. You mean ultra wide-angle. Every smartphone has a wide angle camera.
Er, so when's the "Nokia 9 Launch" referred to in the title?
AnonD-39937, 13 Dec 2017still Pixel 2 does a better job with a single camera + magic software named HDR+Wait for the assumed device to even come into existence before you start telling the world how much better ur chosen device is compared to it.
At the moment your telling the world your Pixel has a better camera than an imaginary competitor... hahaha
AnonD-125986, 13 Dec 2017Huawei P11 and now this. So, which one is going to be the first with three cameras on the back... moreYeah I am pretty excited about that P11 thing. I like how they have improved the camera on the Mate 10, I hope they make it great on P11. As an ex 1020 owner, I would love to have a beast like that.
AnonD-125986, 13 Dec 2017Just 1-second max exposure? I hope they let us do more.I can do as long as I want on my Honor 8. Though using the Pro mode the max is 30s, using star trail mode you can do as long as you want. I hope Nokia makes it longer.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2017Man... Give me 10× optical zoom
God bring me my Sony X10 with truly great zoom
OverHuawei P11 and now this. So, which one is going to be the first with three cameras on the back. I heard the man responsible for creating amazing cameras for Nokia including the Nokia 1020 is now at Huawei. That 40 megapixel three cameras must be his idea. I hope Nokia up their game in the camera department and design.
Just 1-second max exposure? I hope they let us do more.
Snapdragon 845 for Nokia 9, please !!!!
Nokia 9 will rocks !!!!
I think Wide angle + Telephone combinations exists even in cheaper implementations like infinix Zero 5 (available in India). So, it is not new implementation completely and also not necessary to be three lens combinations as well.. becoz you can get normal view (cropped) even with wide angle lens. Thus, Wideangle + Telephoto could be enough to do the same.
[This statement is to point the wideangle plus telephone things do exist only.. not mean to compare Nokia with Infinix models]
Is that 3 cameras I'm seeing? xD
I won't do much, with the camera limitations they use. Nokia, open your cameras fully, so we can use it any time of the day! Even with 3rd party camera apps, it's still limited to max 6 seconds shutter.
AnonD-39937, 13 Dec 2017still Pixel 2 does a better job with a single camera + magic software named HDR+So, as a great fortune - teller as you are, you also know when apocalypse comes?
Gimme telephoto and wide angle in snappy camera! Looking forward to 2018.
AnonD-39937, 13 Dec 2017still Pixel 2 does a better job with a single camera + magic software named HDR+How can you get tele+regular+wide with software alone? Bokeh is one thing.........these are completely different. And if Nokia actually manages to put in 3 sensors with OIS and large pixels in there, it'll probably be the most versatile camera setup in any mobile till now.
They do need to work on the app tho. 1s shutter speed in manual mode is laughable.....specially since Nokia markets its cameras so much. Upto 30s shutter, WB slider, RAW, etc should be the norm for their phones.
AnonD-39937, 13 Dec 2017still Pixel 2 does a better job with a single camera + magic software named HDR+No, Pixel 2 Camera had its flaws in which dual cameras don't such as when two people heads are touching each other ,if there is a hole or a window, it may not get that .....etc
Android Central has an article about its problems.
It works great for focus and bokeh but it is not superior to dual camera.
HMD Nokia got the Lumia Camera app patent from Microsoft months ago. Can't they put more resources to the Lumia Camera app than their own Nokia Camera app? Or they're going to redesign Nokia Camera app to look and work exactly like the Lumia app?