AnonD-52067, 14 Jun 2012Why no low light images?! That's where PureView really shines. Maybe then it would have be... moreActually, that's where the Olympus camera would really shine and would blow away all the others...
#1: E - best details, though I prefer warmer colors
1. F (Pureview? = natural colors, very sharp without sharpening artifacts, clean almost noise free)
2. E (Natural, but sligtly dull colors)
3. D (Sligtly annoying sharpening, noise also boosted in shadows)
Rest are clearly behind.
I really hope E or F is Nokia 808 PureView. If it is anything else I would be very much dissapointed.
Its pretty easy to determine the best (E) from the worst (C). 2nd place was pretty easy too, I liked the overall picture quality of F compared to A, B, and D. The final three which were pretty much in the same ballpark, some with over exposure issues, and other's with muted colors. But in the end, my eyes placed the camera's in this order: E, F, B, D, A, C
From best to worst, here are the identities (...from my point of view) :
E - Nokia 808 PureView
F - Olympus E-PL2
A - Nokia N8
B - Apple iPhone 4S
D - HTC One X
C - Samsyng Galaxy III
Best to worst list: F E B D A C. E seems to have smooth details, but F has slightly more pleasant colors(though E may capture actual colors).
Nokia 808 is E.
and the worst is C and it's One X they always have the worst cameras.