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PureView Camera Comparison 2

Updated on November 13, 2012

920 box via 808 & 808 box via 920

Phones in Leaves

808 back taken with 920
808 back taken with 920
808 front taken with 920
808 front taken with 920
920 back taken with 808
920 back taken with 808
920 front taken with 808
920 front taken with 808

Here we go again :)

As a follow up to the comparison I did between the Nokia 808 and the Nokia Lumia 920 cameras a couple of days ago, I did another (sorry) as I work six days a week and have little time available to me, I used part of my one day off today to spend a little more time taking photos with my two Nokia flagship camera phones.


I've tried to find different situations to compare them, but once again have tried to use either automatic settings, or to chose a preset setting from scenes, I haven't messed with ISO or shutter speed other than choosing dark/night or 'close-up' from the camera settings in both phones or automatic and I've tried to duplicate the photos as closely as possible.

Landscape Shots

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Assuming you've read this far, you must be interested in phone cameras or Nokia or both, so either way enjoy the photographs and form your own opinions, it won't be the last post I do about the Lumia 920 but until there are some SW updates I won't be doing any more camera comparisons. I just wanted to try post a better selection and variety of shots.

Close Up

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And Finally Low Light/ Dark Stuff

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Thanks for reading and viewing , and feel free to comment if you like.

All photos can be viewed in full res in this set on my Flickr page


Stephen Quin


13/11/2012

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    • carman58 profile imageAUTHOR

      carman58 

      5 years ago from Leeds, Uk

      The point being, people don't walk around with a tripod, they just have a phone in their pocket and take quick snaps ?

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      sd 

      5 years ago

      Get a tripod and use the same settings on both

    • carman58 profile imageAUTHOR

      carman58 

      5 years ago from Leeds, Uk

      The 808 can be superior in most situations if you have the time and knowledge to set up the shot properly, the 920 does a pretty good job just pointing and snapping away :) Both great devices !

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      Harry 

      5 years ago

      Wow..seems 920 superior in low light condition, but 808 do good in a day. IMO

      anyway thanks for the nice post :)

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