Anonymous, 08 Mar 2009http://www.dpreview.com/lensreviews/sony_50_1p4_m15/page5.asp "At F1.4, the lens is very shar... moreMy God.... you need the strobes of a studio to benefit from this aperture thing.
Anonymous, 08 Mar 2009http://www.dpreview.com/lensreviews/sony_50_1p4_m15/page5.asp "At F1.4, the lens is very shar... moreMeaning... this aperture thing bragged by some people here is a hoax? It requires to shoot always in stark bright sun?
"At F1.4, the lens is very sharp in a small central region, but distinctly soft across the rest of the frame. Central sharpness improves further on stopping down and is excellent by F2, however the corners lag far behind, only reaching park sharpness around F8. Optimum results are obtained between F8 and F11, where the lens easily matches even the A900's 24MP sensor across much of the frame (if not in the corners); stopping down further gives a gradual reduction in sharpness due to diffraction." Courtesy of Dpreview
Now stopping down to f8-11 requires a tripod, seriously. But see, larger aperture softens the picture but increase the DOF
Somebody know when the phone gonna released? My brother want me to buy this phone for him also my sister want e55. I also want to buy this phone it's so beautiful so shiny and so pretty. Cannot wait much longer. Everyday i dream of this phone.
Wow this phone is so gorgeous and wonderful. Looking at it's beauty and latest spec i'm surely buy this phone. 1 black colour for me and 1 white colour for my wife. This phone so fantastic i love nokia.
the black version of this phone makes it look really ugly, but the white version actually looks very nice and clean...lol if the white was the default pic, im sure the ratings wouldn't be this low..LOL
and the variable apperture DOES make a difference, it will probably take the best or 2nd best 8mp pictures, and i'm not a nokia fan-boy, just looking at things reasonably
bla, 07 Mar 2009OLED, 16M colors,wat does the "OLED" stand for?...OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode...
one problem... where does nokia say it uses 3rd gen LED's? I'm sure in the future large professional strobe lights would have started to convert to LEd if it was already out.
No matter what dual led flash at night time were there is smoke.. like if you were in a club and it was smokey and even u couldnt notice the smoke much if you took a photo with the led flash it will be all white before the image and wont be clear.. with xenon flash u dont see the smoke
For those of you who seem to think the 3rd Gen LED won't make a difference, read this (or at least look at the two pictures).
OLED - Organic Light Emitting Diode. It a new type of screen the new cell phones are using with better contrast ratios => everything looks better on the screen. It also saves a little power and the OLED screens use less power than the older technology
Another ugly phone from Nokia. I have N 95 8Gb and it`s preetiest phone from Nokia.
bla, 07 Mar 2009OLED, 16M colors,wat does the "OLED" stand for?why does n86 have a rating of 6 compared to the n85 w/c has a higher rating of 8?whats the difference?
I would've prefered if they went the route of the more established phone builders.
bla, 07 Mar 2009OLED, 16M colors,wat does the "OLED" stand for?Organic Light Emiting Diode. This technology will be used to produce ultra flat television sets in the next few years and could replace Plasma and LCD.