Images taken with Nokia 808 PureView in Cape Town

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    1. XFour 26 months ago | reply

      would have hoped for the availability of the "Original Size"

    2. jeffchenbiao 26 months ago | reply

      塞班系统不给力啊

    3. mikael.bos 26 months ago | reply

      Whoa, lookin' good and not noisy. I hope it wont be visible on a bit bigger scale either.

    4. M Reza Faisal 26 months ago | reply

      wow wow...nokia 808 pureview...with 41mp sensor

    5. adrien.pr 26 months ago | reply

      juste excellent!

    6. stephen123 26 months ago | reply

      The low light quality is pretty amazing. I expected the full size original of the glasses on the ground to be most mush, but it actually looks usable, even when pixel peeping.

    7. efecégé 26 months ago | reply

      right click on the picture and you can select to see the picture in full resolution. Mindblowing!

    8. the jiikoo 26 months ago | reply

      Hopefully there comes some sw - preferably automatic - which corrects the enormous amount of those dead/stucked/hot/whatever pixels, which the original sized pics has. The size of those non-working pixels is much larger than one pixel. There should exist easy replacing methods, so shouldn't be a problem. Just need to save a calibration pic every now and then to the camera and after that the error pixels are automagically remapped & disappeared. In anycase, even without thatkind of correction, the camera is ok and tere seems to be at least 2 MP of effective pic information - with correction the pics may be good to even 3-5 MP size (in darkness less). Haven't compared to any competition (haven't been interested in that small cameras) - they might have similas problems even in their <10 MP cameras too. With corrections, I would be interested to have this kind of camera with my DSLR gear to be used, when (rarely) I can't carry real camera with me - this definitely would look impressive camera for it's size.

    9. SkullKid [deleted] 26 months ago | reply

      I can't wait to get my hands on one!

    10. Román Emin 23 months ago | reply

      Wow! Great shot, beautiful silhouettes.

    11. miscyokzry 11 months ago | reply

      no,no...these are the photos taken officaly by nokia company,not by users

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