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A 41 megapixel sensor camera…in a phone. Read on…

The first time that I used this super amazing camera phone is at an H&M preview event that took place a few months ago. I must admit that I have had the phone with me for much longer than the first time I actually used it.

After I finally did, all I kept saying to myself is, “Shucks! Why have I not used this phone (NOKIA 808 PureView) at all my other events all this while? What is wrong with me to, instead, use a 5 year old traditional-battery-operated camera when I have this one with me?” Not to mention the annoyance at having to change the batteries every half an hour as they drain out after about that time of usage.

I am just going to say that the experience was thoroughly enjoyable. For someone who aspires to sharpen her skills at Macro photography (pun intended), the NOKIA 808 PureView is a great camera to practice on. You can see what I am talking about when you view some of the close-up product shots in the album below.

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Some specs / features of the phone:

-The smartphone features a large, high-resolution 41 megapixel sensor with high-performance Carl Zeiss optics and new pixel oversampling technology.

At standard resolutions (2/3, 5 and 8 megapixels), this means the ability to zoom without loss of clarity and capture seven pixels of information, condensing into one pixel for the sharpest images imaginable.

-With superior low-light performance and the ability to save in compact file sizes for sharing in social networks, email and MMS, the Nokia 808 PureView smartphone makes it relatively easy to capture professional looking images in any condition.

-The Nokia 808 PureView also includes full HD 1080p video recording and playback with 4X lossless zoom and the world’s first use of Nokia Rich Recording.  Rich Recording enables audio recording at CD-like levels of quality, previously only possible with external microphones.

Pictures of the Phone:

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P.S. This post resides in the ‘Art’ section as DIAF currently doesn’t have a techy section. Don’t ask why ‘art’. No real logic. Just seemed closest to feature the post here than any other existing sections!

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