Must see, Last Steve comparison between the Nokia N8 and Lumia 1020...N8 for me is the winner here...more true to life and professional results
AnonD-91246, 27 Sep 2013once my friend and I had gone for hangout at night. I was capturing his photo. But due to the ... moremine also showing like that, i tried to get a normal photo with changing the available settings, but never succeed. i think its a serious problem with 808.
Is it normal for the 808 to be giving of a red flash in my photo's?
AnonD-65020, 26 Sep 2013Hi ziad, I too was big fan of Nokia 808 I used it sparingly it was my dream phone but one day ... moreIt was my dream phone too, I also feel some regretting after I sold it, it happened so fast and I miss my 808 Pureview so much now, I hope I can get it later.
hi nokia 808 it is the ever best phone i have used has i have total n series with me from n70,n73,n95,n97,n8 and at last nokia 808 and i am very happy with this mobile this is the ultimate the camera with camera pro software it takes ultimate mind blowing photos and the audio in the headphone just boost up with sold bass punch every thing is great screen in sun light or at low light it's amazing no negative words
hi nokia 808 it is the ever best phone i have used has i have total n series with me from n70,n73,n95,n97,n8 and at last nokia 808 and i am very happy with this mobile this is the ultimate the camera with camera pro software it takes ultimate mind blowing photos
once my friend and I had gone for hangout at night. I was capturing his photo. But due to the low light conditions, camera couldn't get focus on my friend. And whole image came blurred. But that blurred photo was also looking good. I intentionally took some photos with that effect (with taking my friend out of frame and took photos of only landscape). And i loved the way photos came. I tried taking pictures with full blurry effect but couldn't succeed.
this is the ultimate symbian device, good size, battery life and good useful features, best camera also, makes iphones and samsungs look bad
it can support 3g video call
AnonD-77434, 23 Sep 2013Carol, Siva my best friends and all my forum friends here Rizwan, Gitty, Nokia is the best, MD... moreHi ziad, I too was big fan of Nokia 808 I used it sparingly it was my dream phone but one day I was in need of money very badly I sold it trust me I cried later I'm emotionally attached to it whenever I take pictures people amazed by seeing it i too decided one day I'll buy again never mind even if it's used also.
can we use what's app or other android apps are compatable or its own apps are compatable with android phone?
AnonD-77434, 23 Sep 2013That's cause of the big Focal length...Nikon has a 18-55 mm lens by standards as I know and th... morei got your point. Its the lens that matters for all these stuffs. But still im very much happy with the way 808 captures. :)
AnonD-77434, 23 Sep 2013To Siva :) How are you my friend, I hope you are fine, and thanks for your beautiful words.... moreThank u Ziad... Keep going... Eager to see what ever u post... Will see OIS 2 soon...
AnonD-91246, 23 Sep 2013my friend have Nikon D5100 DSLR. Once we had gone outdoor for some photography and i also got ... moreThat's cause of the big Focal length...Nikon has a 18-55 mm lens by standards as I know and that's mean it allow the lenses to move further and that's mean more depth of field
Nokia 808 Pureview is 8.02 mm Focal length and that's mean it delivers the amazing blur kindda like DSLR after Zooming...double the 8.02 mm *3.6 times, even portraits from 1.5 meter you can get a nice blur and that's impossible by any other phone...but sure you will never get the result of Canon 600D for example for getting the blur from 15 m portraits.
If you have 55mm Lens... you will get an Amazing depth of field.
If you have 300mm tele lens...you will get blur looks like what you always see for the Football players Photos during the match
The more the lens gets taller...The more depth of field it produce :)
Hope that helps :D
AnonD-34934, 23 Sep 2013Everything happens for goodness. Anyhow u once again got a good camera in your hand with plent... moreTo Siva :)
How are you my friend, I hope you are fine, and thanks for your beautiful words...The phone isn't available in Egypt yet...I'll get the Yellow one for sure, the real eye candy and sure I'll share with you every thing and I'll make a review on my channel to kick the OIS 2nd generation very hard :D
To Gitty :)
How are you my friend I miss you on the Whatsapp, I'll give you all buzz when get the Lumia 1020...It will be a second chance for WP and sure I'll be happy with the new lumia, you are Lucky really not to sell your 808 when getting your Note 2...Enjoy your android Mammoth and always keep in touch here and flickr ;)
To harishdev :)
Thanks very much my bro for understanding my decision and you need to know that My plan was to keep both phones together, but that will make me wait more time to get the Lumia 1020, so the painful decision of selling My beloved 808 was the only solution to get the Lumia 1020 faster and it happens very fast more than I expected...I'll manage to get 808 back again after I got enough money, and sure I'll share my Photos with you, but I didn't get the phone yet...stay tuned and enjoy your 808, the real cameraphone King ;)
To MDN :)
I'm happy you loved my photos and thanks my bro for your concerns about my safety and you are right, I will try to get the 808 again and never ever let it, I'm very excited about the coming Yellow candy Lumia 1020...oh wait, which country do you live?? :)
Thanks all my friends keep supporting with Carol here...Keep Symbianning and Pureviewing :D
AnonD-77434, 23 Sep 2013Carol, Siva my best friends and all my forum friends here Rizwan, Gitty, Nokia is the best, MD... moreExcellent photos as always, sad to hear the news. :-( I almost understand you as I wouldn't mind having an 1020 but I think I'd just use it as a camera. Let's see how you like it and yes, I don't think you will be without an 808 too long. :-)
Anyway, stay safe, that's more important right now. my country was in a war 20 years ago (yes, I'm old) and it wasn't a good time to have a normal life. I hope things get better over there soon. :-(
PureView Pro sensor has an active area of 7728 x 5368 pixels, totalling over 41 Mpx. What happens after the shutter is depressed depends on the settings and whether or not zoom is used. But to give an idea, the default still image setting is 5 Mpx at 16:9, and for video, 1080p at 30 FPS. Using these settings, the zoom is around 3x for stills and 4x for video. Conventional digital zoom tends to scale up images from a relatively low resolution, resulting in poor image quality.
The image sensor is capable not only of delivering parts of its pixels, but of down- or oversampling its resolution by having its own on-chip image processor, highly reducing external processing needs and data rates as well as image noise (see noise shaping) when lower resolutions (or HD video) are needed. Additionally this provides very high image resolution. Images up to 38 megapixels can be taken at full resolution at 4:3 aspect ratio and 34 megapixels at 16:9 ratio.
my friend have Nikon D5100 DSLR. Once we had gone outdoor for some photography and i also got a chance to capture some pictures. :) i felt so good taking pictures with it. It was just amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed the photography with that DSLR. I never thought that there could be some much fun in photography. I have a question. Is it possible to keep our subject in focus and other things blurred even if its about 45 - 50 feets long from us? Actually we were capturing the photos of Lord Ganesh's idols at Ganesh visarjan. The Idols were at long distance from us say about 40 - 50 feets away. But still the camera manages to keep the idols in focus and other things blurred. The pictures looks amazing. I really liked That blurred effect. I know we can do it with our 808 but only our subject is close to us. But is it possible if our subject is far away fron us?
AnonD-77434, 23 Sep 2013Carol, Siva my best friends and all my forum friends here Rizwan, Gitty, Nokia is the best, MD... moreziad bro...m not happy with your move. :( its a last symbian and a phone which we should keep it with us forever. I will never ever sell this phone in my life. :) and you have sold it. But its ok. Its your decision and I can't do anything with it. :) Good luck with your 1020. :) send some camera samples for us.
AnonD-77434, 23 Sep 2013Carol, Siva my best friends and all my forum friends here Rizwan, Gitty, Nokia is the best, MD... moregood for u ! I wish u ll like ur 1020 too much so there wont b need to buy 808 again ! I m lucky there was no need to sell my 808 when I bought note2 !