Nokia is not getting fall behind.It made a significant changes in a mobile camera.But my opinion is megapixel is not the main thing which a perfect camera needs.There are many more Things for a camera.But when it is come to mobile photography no doubt nokia's approach is one of the best among current smartphones.here's it's first video.
This is it. Here's an exclusive first look at some sample shots taken with Nokia's freshly minted 808 PureView imaging powerhouse -- and wow, just wow! The collection contains photos taken at different resolutions in various conditions that show exactly what the 41-megapixel camera is capable of. Feast your eyes in our gallery below -- we'll have a ZIP file with the original pictures for you to download shortly. Also, stay tuned for our upcoming interview with Damian Dinning, program manager for imaging at Nokia.
Update: Our very own Andy Yang of Engadget Chinese slapped a few of these shots on GigaPan for your zooming pleasure -- check it out after the break. You can also grab the originals (a 31.8MB download) from Nokia Conversations. Nokia 808 PureView first sample shots
The big deal about the 808 PureView is its 41-megapixel sensor. And no, that’s not a typo. Like most high-end Nokia phones, the 808 uses Carl Ziess optics and a new pixel oversampling technology. You don’t necessarily need to use all 41 pixels in your photos; you can switch between standard resolutions like 2/3, 5, and 8-megapixels. But having those extra megapixels means you can capture an image, zoom in, reframe, and crop without any noise or pixelation. If you so desire, you can shoot photos in up to 38-megapixels maximum, but good luck uploading those photos over a 3G network.
I saw a quick demo of the 808 in action and was impressed with how clean the photos looked. Even low light photos looked good and lacked the noise and fuzziness that other phone cameras suffer from in dark environments.
The 808 PureView also has Dolby Digital Plus, so you can watch movies in surround sound. I demoed Dolby Digital Plus recently and enjoyed being able to watch (and hear) movies as if I was watching them on the big screen. The one downside to the 808 Pureview is that it runs Symbian, which is not my favorite mobile OS. Even on a cutting edge phone like the 808, Symbian feels stale, dated, and difficult to use.
The Nokia 808 PureView's 41MP camera is causing quite a stir at the MWC and we finally get to see its full-sized camera samples. Alongside the four photos are also three full HD 1080p video samples.
All of them are really impressive, so let's start. Nokia 808 PureView camera samples
This is what everyone has been waiting for - Nokia 808 PureView's full samples from its 41MP camera. Nokia 808 PureView camera samples Update: Nokia Conversations are kind enough to release another batch of untouched photos straight up from the Nokia 808 PureView. Download them by clicking here.