A lot of people have their doubts about the new Nokia Lumia 920’s camera capabilities. The smart phone comes with the Pure View technology, which is the optical image stabilizer that Nokia is very proud of. But I have heard a lot of people say that a Smartphone cannot possibly have the features of a stand alone digital camera. But an image taken on a Nokia Lumia 920 in low light conditions proves otherwise.
We can see the image uploaded by Chanse Arrington, Head of Developer & Content Marketing at Nokia, who just got married. Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Arrington! The image was clearly taken in low light conditions with the flash on, and the image looks very stable, without any blur in the image. The Nokia Blog goes deep into the technical aspects and writes:
A quick look at EXIF information shows us that this photo was taken with the Nokia Lumia 920 with flash on at ISO 800 and F/2 aperture.
The exposure time is interesting. It’s at 1/25th of a second but the photo isn’t blurry from camera shake. Looks like that Pureview technology a.k.a optical image stabilizer is working its magic.
The smart phone comes with a nice 4.5 inch IPS TFT capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels for viewing the awesome images that the camera captures. And the 8 mega pixel camera on the rear of the smart phone lets you take images with a resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels, and sports features such as Carl Zeiss optics, optical image stabilization, autofocus, and dual-LED flash. The technology behind the awesome camera is the Nokia owned Pure View technology.
This primary camera also lets the user record videos with full 1080p HD resolution at 30 frames per second (fps), which is good enough. So are you interested in buying the smart phone as soon as it hits the market?
Source: The Nokia Blog