Published by David Gilson at 9:00 UTC, August 17th 2011
Billy Perry, Nokia's global partner manager for imaging, recently made two posts on his personal blog showcasing both the photographic and video capture capabilities of the Nokia N9. The Nokia N9 comes with an 8 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss Tessar optics. Importantly for such demonstrations, the content shown was not processed in anyway. Also, Bill notes in his posts that the firmware that produced these images and video is not the final version that will ship with the retail version of the N9. Read on for previews.
For the photo samples, Bill says he used the default camera settings, which are: Scene (Automatic), Flash (Automatic), White Balance (Automatic), Light Sensitivity (Automatic), Aspect ratio (16:9), and Resolution (High).
Click on the previews to see the full size version:
In addition to these superlative images, Bill also compiled a minute long video from his pre-production Nokia N9. The video is composed of 30 video clips he captured at 720p wide screen resolution. Again, he states he hasn't retouched them, but just used Adobe Premier Pro CS4 to stitch them together and add music.
Here's the video for your viewing pleasure!
Let us know what you think to the N9's imaging quality in the comments!
David Gilson for All About MeeGo, 24th August 2011.
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