I'd like to see some video samples.
My Nokia 8.1 takes wonderful still photos and is great in low light with just 2 cameras on the back. But video is not great in low light, showing total blackness where I can see just fine with my naked eye.
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2019When a smartphone camera need 6-8 seconds for after-processing a photo, it is really not suita... moreYou can always snap with the single 12 MP sensor in the middle. :-) However I do hope like you that the processing time gets better.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2019The processing is done in the background.. You can continue shooting while the image is still ... moreIndeed, I have tested a unit of Nokia 9 PureView by myself, the shots are great (except for extremely low light shots, but it maybe improved via software updates in the future), but the processing time is painful, especially when you need taking many shots and need viewing the results immediately, not after a few seconds. IMO, the phone is a great try for testing a different approach to taking great photos in smartphones, but as a previous Nokia fan, this is not the all-round premium phone I have dreamed for.
xeroga, 02 Mar 2019The time required for after-processing is a bit too long. I know each photo takes 25-30 M and ... moreThe processing is done in the background.. You can continue shooting while the image is still processing.. You will only experience the lag if you open the image directly after shooting.. If you just shoot along and view the images after the shooting is done than the lag is not noticable.. Yes the lag is still there but it does not hinder continuous shooting.. Nokia wont make the same mistake as the 1020.. This one includes a image co-processor like the 808
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2019The 808 did not have a half-inch sensor, it was 1/1.2" (almost an inch) the 1020 had a 2/3" sensor1020's sensor is 1/1.7" a bit smaller than 808's.. Not 2/3"
FreedaBees, 25 Feb 2019Lol. Olympus have the worlds best IBIS and that's with M4/3 sized sensors which are far larger... moreYes, but Olympus has the luxury of putting their IBIS in an incomparable larger body than a very thin smartphone.
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2019When a smartphone camera need 6-8 seconds for after-processing a photo, it is really not suita... moreWhy? I (and many others) won't care about a few seconds extra processing because i don't want to share every single photo right after taking them. And if i want to, i can wait a few seconds. And the phone will let you take pictures while the previous ones are processing.
But i care a lot about the best possible image quality.
The time required for after-processing is a bit too long. I know each photo takes 25-30 M and the time is reasonable, but hope Nokia can improve a bit to maybe 2-3 seconds?
When a smartphone camera need 6-8 seconds for after-processing a photo, it is really not suitable for snapshoot. The phone may be good for photographer, but meh for casual users.
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2019The Nokia pureview 1020 had almost the same sensor as the half inch 808 with same resolution a... moreThe 808 did not have a half-inch sensor, it was 1/1.2" (almost an inch)
the 1020 had a 2/3" sensor
derunningman, 27 Feb 2019I understand that, but that is what written in the exif. As there is also no camera with the b... moreI know the exif is very strange, i still believe that's because of the five cameras and a beta software that handels them so there is no clear/real exif. But only some "giberisch" that makes no sense.
Carol, 26 Feb 2019There is no Olimpic camera my friend. Olimpus is a totally other beast and has nothing to do w... moreI understand that, but that is what written in the exif. As there is also no camera with the brand "Light Lab". Read the exif, don't assume. And still the f/14 setup can't be explained
derunningman, 25 Feb 2019Read the article carefully carol. Gsmarena did state that you can see the exif in desktop. Do ... moreThere is no Olimpic camera my friend. Olimpus is a totally other beast and has nothing to do with olimpic or whatever
Great job Nokia on a beautiful handset. Discerning eyes will appreciate the ltimeless look n feel, and innovation gone into it. Classy.
With so many cameras, it was expected to have strange EXIF data... One image lists Aperture as f/0.0 and Shutterspeed as 1/-0 second.
1 divided by minus 0. Lol... :D
But overall, I love the samples so far. This is turning to be an interesting launch... Specially given its price...
[deleted post]Ohh, in that case like this phone, made in China. Cheap marketing, cheap sensors and a lot of gimmick in it too.