Another shame thing is Nokia promoting this model to photography lovers - and that's OK! - but this upper mid-range phone prompts to install Adobe Lightroom on the (first) initial Android setup, but it's not even the premium version which it offers and this a bit of a let down. . .To install the regular (free) version of Lightroom like is prompted on 9 PureView, I can do it on any other phone with Google Mobile Services by installing it from Play Store, or on those Huawei models (at least for Mate 30 series and P40 series) without GMS by browsing the web for a modded & free version of the premium one.
Now, let's wait and see what will be the next "flagship" that Nokia will surprise us ;P
PS: I still think Nokia 8 is the best Nokia for photography, but using a specific port of Google Camera, but, yeah! I think that 2017 model is still the best Nokia because it has OIS and others (8 Sirocco, 9 PureView and so on) DON'T
sadaghian, 07 Dec 2019You have to use the camera like an analogue camera, setup everything have the picture already ... moreAnd I have also shoot some photos with 9 PureView that time I had it and also with my 3 years old Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (using an excellent and specific Google Camera port for Exynos SoC). Then I've been comparing all those photos taken with both using several devices such as my father's Huawei P20, my home's LG 3D smartTV and my Toshiba laptop. I've noticed all the samples taken with S7 edge's Google Camera were overall better exposed - the darker the environment was, worse quality Nokia's samples had. I really don't know how could be possible my Nokia 9 PureView with that innovative and promising Light's technology to produce such bad low-light quality photos with their poor exposure in darker environments at night, while the "traditional" (single-camera) smartphone S7 edge produced some great samples in the same conditions. And gonna say it one more last time: I've sent my 9 PureView to Nokia, so they could analyze in their labs if it had some malfunction or defect but. . .three weeks later they've said that my device had all its software properly configured and updated and everything was working just fine. However, I've noticed it maintained the bad low-light photo quality and its poor battery life of (just) 3-4 hours of SoT with its 3.320 mAh battery, while my 3 years old Exynos S7 edge was still allowing to achieve a 4-5 hours of SoT with its (stock, unchanged) 3.600 mAh battery. So it was not my fault if I had a very bad experience with 9 PureView, unlike all my previous Nokia phones (bar, qwerty and even Lumia models). Concluding, the 9 PureView smartphone has put to an end my loyalty for buying Nokia devices and that's my opinion so everyone here should respect it as I respect their opinions and thoughts, feelings or experiences.
Carol, 06 Dec 2019You are not a basic android user but you are a basic overall. First of all you have no ideea h... moreI don't know if you, Carol, are skeptical enough or have a compulsive obsession to don't respect other people opinions and experiences it's worth you to log out and get the fact out of here. We are all here on GSMArena for the same purpose: LOVE for SMARTPHONES, independent of their hardware, OS or all their stock and custom-compatible software.
sadaghian, 07 Dec 2019It's not HDR, It is more like supersampling, distanced modules result in high lateral resoluti... moreI defiantly agree with the supersampling aspect, however since most phones utilize HDR for tone mapping, its very likely that some of these images utilized HDR as well.
7UIS, 07 Dec 2019So wait for a couple days and I will show you and everyone else interested on Instagram (I'm a... moreExciting! I love camera phones, as a kid I had to beg my dad for a Siemens s55 and I couldn't believe the magic of phone photography, it's amazing to have a camera with you all the time, as older photographers say the best camera in the world is the one you have with yourself when you go out. I've not tried the Huawei phones but the camera seems to be amazing
sadaghian, 07 Dec 2019You have to use the camera like an analogue camera, setup everything have the picture already ... moreSo wait for a couple days and I will show you and everyone else interested on Instagram (I'm about to create an Instagram account for my first time to post some pictures of my passion for different types of photography - shallow depth, which is my favorite, but also some well exposed night scenes, even some AI artwork done using just my phone and some more pictures of other kinds like HDR samples, macros, and so on) and you're gonna know what I could shoot until know with three Leica sensors with different focal lengths plus an 3D ToF sensor like yours on your 9 PureView.
OhioKev4, 06 Dec 2019I never said a phone does not take good photos... but what i did see in that link was plenty o... moreIt's not HDR, It is more like supersampling, distanced modules result in high lateral resolution that is simply impossible otherwise
7UIS, 05 Dec 2019That's really ironic, because mine's was excellent at day but mediocre at night - in the dark ... moreYou have to use the camera like an analogue camera, setup everything have the picture already made up in your head, then shoot and not look at the preview, since the preview is useless, the camera has extremely high lateral resolution, extremely high dynamic range, deep blacks and contrast. my instagram username is einzigram, all photos taken since Oct 25th are with nokia 9
hmm, 06 Dec 2019I dont need to know you to see how you always bash people in here in offensive way if they ha... moreI think you cobfuse opinion with mindless bashing, as i do pick on people who have nothing better to do besides comming to nokia and doing a mindless bashing as always, i won't pick on people that actually have somthing to say.
Carol, 06 Dec 2019I would have a LOT of arguments against what you said, but i'll stick to one. Photographers ac... morePoint being, yes the right moment can capture a great photo and that is a point nobody can dispute. You do not have a LOT of arguments... you have about 3 or 4. Convenience, some AI, post processing capabilities and the ability to easily share are about the only benefits of a camera phone.
YUKI93, 06 Dec 2019Phone photography is for commoners? You sure about that? https://mobilephotoawards.com/8th-... moreI never said a phone does not take good photos... but what i did see in that link was plenty of AI and HDR likely being used for those photos ;)
OhioKev4, 06 Dec 2019And I would argue phone photography is for commoners, not professionals. A Sony full frame mir... morePhone photography is for commoners? You sure about that?
Carol, 06 Dec 2019You don't say? Nothing better o do but doing some frustration release? Does your company not d... moreI dont need to know you to see how you always bash people in here in offensive way if they have there opinion about anything. I dont know why your allowed here to be offensive and others are not.
OhioKev4, 06 Dec 2019And I would argue phone photography is for commoners, not professionals. A Sony full frame mir... moreI would have a LOT of arguments against what you said, but i'll stick to one. Photographers actually want a full of futures phone camera. It is easyer to carry and helps them do photography even when they are not prepared, a good photographer is not one that holds the best camera, is the one that holds a camera at the right moment and know what to do with it. But of course all photographers would love a bit of editing posibilities, so a good camera capabilities is a great bonus. Of course a good DSLR will make the phone picture quality lack substance in most cases, but that does not mean the poor photographer will carry the whole bag everyday anyday with him, just to cach the perfect Moment. So that is where good camera phones come great into play.
[deleted post]You don't say? Nothing better o do but doing some frustration release? Does your company not doing well because of Nokia or what? Chill kid, you don't know me, behave.
YUKI93, 06 Dec 2019I was once a long time Sony mirrorless camera user, but now I'm doing all of my photography us... moreAnd I would argue phone photography is for commoners, not professionals. A Sony full frame mirrorless > any phone camera.
YUKI93, 06 Dec 2019Ask this question: How many people ever do manual setting when using the camera? Ever wondered... moreNot really haha, I had an iPhone and a huawei before getting the 9pv and what I like about the 9pv is the "pimp it up yourself" kind of an attitude that you get right out of the box. It made me more interested in photography in general and now I really choose what shot to take instead of taking 100 pics in a row without thinking
Carol, 06 Dec 2019You are not a basic android user but you are a basic overall. First of all you have no ideea h... moreEven EMUI skin being the "same"for every single Kirin 9** phone model, it is still one of the most efficient Android OS.
My P30 Pro achieves a SoT of 8 hours constantly using it and 10-12 hours with a softer usage (go check XDA Forums for my posts with screenshots that proves all that efficiency).
That smart reply thing available in miui way before
lpl, 06 Dec 2019I have the 9pv and I love it! Really don't understand all the bashing it's getting all the time. Ask this question: How many people ever do manual setting when using the camera? Ever wondered why stock iPhone and Pixel camera app don't have manual setting?