I was recently contacted by Nokia to do a review of their new Nokia Lumia 920, this is an impartial view and I will share my experiences over the next few weeks in a number of posts to follow.
As a wedding photographer, I am particularly interested in the 8.7-megapixel rear camera with Carl Zeiss lens. Here we will be looking into the camera features and benefits including a two-stage camera button and many in-built editing options. Note that I’m a die-hard Apple fan, but I must say I’m liking the initial experience from the look and feel to the speedy interface.
As a result, you will be able to make a judgement as to whether this is the right phone for you and if camera capability is a big factor then I hope we can help you make the right choice.
I have the rather fetching fluorescent yellow version which I quite like and certainly stands out from the crowd!
Let’s take a look below at some of my initial thoughts on the image quality from this unit.
The average file size is 2MB jpeg and you can see below a very clear image is produced. Note that there is no extra editing applied.
This first test is from the same scene from the inside of a car with a heavy backlit situation i.e. strong sunlight in the background. This has always proven problematic in photography and is a good test to measure intelligence of camera sensor/meter technology. As expected the first image was placed in AUTO and we have a perfectly exposed sky. ...