Discussion in 'Mobile and Portable' started by netwave, Jan 6, 2012.
What in your opinion is the best camera phone todate?
Nokia Lumia 800.
Primary camera sensor size: 8 megapixels
Camera resolution height: 3264 pixels
Camera resolution width: 2448 pixels
Camera F number/aperture: 2.2
Camera digital zoom: 3 x
Camera minimum focus range: 10 cm
Camera focal length: 28 mm
Dual LED flash
Carl Zeiss Optics
Fast one-click photo sharing
Auto and Manual White Balance settings
Touch to Focus and capture in a single tap
Camera image format
My N95 camera...
5 megapixel CMOS camera (2592 × 1944 pixels) with Carl Zeiss optics.
Front camera for video conferencing.
Flash integrated with features red eye reduction.
Saving images in JPEG format.
Focus of 10 cm to infinity.
Auto-exposure and exposure compensation.
8 scene modes.
5 picture effects: sepia, black and white ...
20x digital zoom. At full resolution only 6x.
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HTC Titan 2 camera is better than iPhone camera.
I agree with you.
Though I'm using Android but yes I do agree that iPhone has much better result camera.
A camera phone better than an SLR
F2.6 aperture & 16 mega Pixels from the HTC Titan 2 is very impressive
HTC Titan 2
I agree !
Nokia PureView 808.
41 megapixels, F2.6 aperture
Indeed, the best camera phone I have seen until now.
Those data say nothing about quality. Every serious hobby photographer knows that.
41 megapixels at a phone lens? Ridiculous! Sorry but only noobs find that impressing.
It's marketing and most are a victim to be fooled with high resolution and wide aperture.
Pro cams have 16 megapixels only (such as Nikon D4 and cost 6000 bucks), the d800 has 36 (the most at full frame DSLR's)
To judge about you need to test the cam. 8 megapixels are by far enough to capture the image of such small lenses.
the best that ive used was my Nokia N95, Carl Zeiss lens with 8 mp. It took great pictures for a phone. When i was on holiday in Spain i used it instead of my digital camera, the pictures were far better.
It is always the physics of the lens. For it there are usually no values for phone lenses (except widest aperture and focal length), hence consumers can be fooled by a high amount of megapixels. Carl Zeiss is well known to make good ones. My old Sony Ecisson K800i has one, too.
What should a 41 MP sensor record when the image comes through a crappy lens?