great, now we'll have 5 camera's with crappy plastic lenses, no OIS, awful autofocus and perhaps even smaller pixels. Just what we need. 5 times the crap that we have today. Way to go Nokia! :-(
sid, 23 Jan 2018that is true. nothing can beat 808 to this day in terms of sharpnes and qualityI'm still using Nokia 808 Pureview until now.
I do my self DIY a frame to place another lens for create a micro photo more awesome.
I'm the only one who have it in the world.
Thanks a lot Nokia.
Nokia new exactly what they were doing with that whole Microsoft thing..
the old Nokia is still the brains here
Carol, 25 Jan 2018Yeah, well, snapdragon s4 in lumia 1020 never supported 41mpx camera... Yet it works. Nokia ha... moreNokia HAD its ways.
After elopocalypse, Nokia lost a lot of talent. That HMD team is nothing compared to the one during Elops time.
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2018There Are no soc that support that. Even 845 only support one 32...Yeah, well, snapdragon s4 in lumia 1020 never supported 41mpx camera... Yet it works. Nokia has it's ways.
Anonymous, 22 Jan 2018Had an 808 , it was trashyou were probably tricked into buying a fake
This solves NOTHING.
Manufacturers are struggling real hard to find the new gimmick to sell us hardware. Like really hard.
Carol, 23 Jan 2018Just two 32mpx cameras would be more then enough for the technology.There Are no soc that support that. Even 845 only support one 32...
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sid, 23 Jan 2018that is true. nothing can beat 808 to this day in terms of sharpnes and qualitynokia lumia 1020 as well until now they capture good quality images on the top quality images. they cant beat them even with the latest phones out there.
Unbelievable, 23 Jan 2018just give us bigger sensors (and xenon flash) already! what are these manufacturers thinking? Bigger sensors means thicker phones, which means fewer sales. Bigger sensors also lack the wow-factor needed to hype up a product.
Akinaro, 23 Jan 2018We talk here about mobile phone, Standard 1 or 2 sensors is enough for phone. Even if few year... moreSmartphone photography may be casual, but that doesn't mean people don't want quality when the only camera they have available is a smartphone. People want high-quality camera outputs and compact phones. The only way to achieve that is via multi-sensor technology.
And you're wrong. Computational photography has started becoming a thing rather recently, as we only recently had mobile processors powerful enough for it. This goes all the way from basic one-sensor computational photography (Pixel), to two-sensor computational photography (Huawei, Xiaomi, Nokia, etc) and all the way to 16-sensor technology (Light 16). The algorithms for it has gotten great, and the output far surpasses other non-computational variants.
And taking several images in a row may be good for still subjects. But introduce motion or longer shutter speeds and you're doomed. Also there's no distortion because of sensor placement, there's parallax. At least learn what you're talking about before opening your mouth. And it can be accounted for in modern smartphones.
Main point is; we're headed for a future of computational photography and multi-sensor setups if we want thin devices. They can far exceed single-sensor setups, as they are capable of collecting far more light.
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just give us bigger sensors (and xenon flash) already! what are these manufacturers thinking?
Nokia 8 takes trash photos. They should bring her+ like algorithmes. And if they would combine them with pure view phones specs, that would be a hit
Imagine 1/1.5. 40 mp sensor with an hdr+ algorithm going on on a background. Sounds just stunning!
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2018Haha you're funny.. 808 destroys all smartphone camera with its camera quality...to this day!that is true. nothing can beat 808 to this day in terms of sharpnes and quality
FinnishInquisition, 23 Jan 2018You may want to look up computational photography. Combining the image input from several sens... moreWe talk here about mobile phone, Standard 1 or 2 sensors is enough for phone. Even if few years ago phones beat typical cheap cameras in terms of quality, no one really use them for professional photography, 99% of people still use phone to photograph random events, friends, landscapes that they forgot they did, parties with shaky hand in dark place or selfies.
That one 1% are people who try using it in more advanced manner also dont really treat is as main camera, its like pocked knife = it will cut most of thing and have screwdriver but in every day you still prefer normal, proper knife and screwdriver.
As far as computational photography, you realize that its nothing new, and even now in 2018 its not really a thing. Mostly because computational photography need really similar sensors and algorithms used for them are not really that perfect, especially when you need to merge more than 3 images. Its not easy task if you want to keep sharpness of photo and not have distortions all over the image.
Not to mention that modern cameras are fast enough to take even 3 images at the time with different exposure, or white balance, so you dont really need more than 2 cameras for proper computational photography, because one sensor is just better for that, because you dont need to wory about distortions made by differences between other sensors and distortions made by that small perspective difference of sensor placement.
Anonymous, 22 Jan 2018Had an 808 , it was trashHaha you're funny.. 808 destroys all smartphone camera with its camera quality...to this day!
Fabiana Espindola, 23 Jan 2018So this should be a disc of 5 sets of lenses for different focal lengths. That's clever but al... moreJust two 32mpx cameras would be more then enough for the technology.
So this should be a disc of 5 sets of lenses for different focal lengths. That's clever but also hints the big sensors with their 41 megapixels will not be employed this time, also following the hard limit of 32MP imposed by SD845 architecture and possibly thermal issues.
At this point I'm pretty sure Panasonic, Sony and Microsoft could have pushed mobile photography much further.