AnonD-70004, 06 Sep 2012they apologized for what then. releasing it in yellow colorlol!!! probably should huh
[deleted post]They might also be real, but the fact is that they have been made on a photographic set where you can clearly see a professional lighting system with a reflective panel... do you think this is a fair way to show the quality of a cameraphone?
First of all, users will never achieve the advertised quality because they lack the lighting system.
Second, if you want to show how good your cameraphone is in low light, why do you use a lighting system?
Third, people will see that photo and compare it with the photos they usually take with their phones, and they'll think: "oh, the 920 is better", but the point is that an iphone/gs3 would probably achieve the same results on an illuminated photo set.
So tell me: is this a fair way to advertise your products?
i dont know why people still believing this while the real videos are on youtube showing it live taking shoot out !
Only thing you will need to know
Well done nokia try and con us into buying this rubbish phone by posting false videos and pictures.Way to go another epic fail
some windows phans still saying nokia even after this disgrace. omg!
Please see this video and then form an opinion!
I'll be waiting for someone neutral and credible do the comparison..and the leader is still the Exmor... :-D
Anonymous, 06 Sep 2012Nokia is following Apple foot steps . Good Luck Nokiait is sucked in by a blackhole named microsoft
Nokia 920 VS iphone 4s VS Some ugly device
first win for nokia :)
Nokia phone is still one of the top best out there. (Buy it!)
iPhone has technical problems...Call Calcutta for customer service.
Oh please, first picture shot with f22 at night I'd love me some of that camera that can shoot a picture that fast with that little noise at f22. The car barely even moves during that shot. f22 would require a far, far slower shutterspeed. And as for shot nr.2 the lighting could be explained if it's shot without flash and there is a park lamp somewhere nearby. This does not neccesarily mean that these shots are taken by the 920 but you would definantly not need professional gear to take those shots
My 2 cents
AnonD-46560, 06 Sep 2012Very bad Nokia, never expected this from You!!! We can see that you guys are insecure, not con... moreCompete against iphone 5/4s/4/3s/3/2/company, have you hear yourself??? apple sue any company they feel threatened by, Nokia has more tech in the camera than the iphone has in its whole body work.
it is actually possible to get the effect at larger apertures. The optical effect on a dslr is related more to the number of blades in the lens (typically 7 to 9). F22 on a small phone sensor would more likely kill the sharpness because of light diffraction. The thing i find out of place is the depth the shot has ...