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Thoughts on the 41 Megapixel Nokia Lumia 1020

Discussion in 'Photography' started by asphaltpilot, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. Jul 16, 2013 at 6:58 AM

    asphaltpilot [OP] CAPS CAPS CAPS!

    Jan 12, 2010
    First Name:
    South Florida
    PreRunner SR5
    As an amateur photographer I'm intrigued on having an always-ready-for-the-moment backup when I don't have my DSLR. Thoughts? (Disregard the make and OS its running, I'm just talking in terms of phone with such photography potential)

    • Main camera sensor: 41 MP, PureView
    • Main camera focus type: Auto focus
    • Carl Zeiss Tessar lens: Yes
    • Main camera f-number/aperture: f/2.2
    • Camera focal length: 26.0 mm
    • Camera minimum focus range: 15.0 cm
    • Camera image formats: JPEG
    • Flash type: Xenon flash
    • Flash operating range: 4.0 m
    • Flash modes: Off, Automatic, On
    • Main camera - other features: Optical image stabilization, PureView, Backside-illuminated image sensor, 6-lens optics
    • Capture 32 MP and 5 MP pictures simultaneously
    • Capture modes: Video, Still
    • Scene modes: Automatic, Night Portrait, Sports, Night, Close-up, Backlight
    • White balance modes: Cloudy, Incandescent, Fluorescent, Daylight, Automatic
    • Light sensitivity: Automatic, ISO 100, ISO 200, ISO 400, ISO 800, ISO 1600, ISO 3200
    • Photos viewed by: Camera Roll, Month, Timeline, Photo editor, Favorites, Album, Photos from social networks

    Sample Photos on Flickr

    nokia-lumia-1020-pro-highres-16 by Momchil Karabulev, on Flickr

    nokia-lumia-1020-pro-lowlight by Momchil Karabulev, on Flickr

    nokia-lumia-1020-pro-highres-4 by Momchil Karabulev, on Flickr

    Camera Housing


    The 1020 housing is in the middle. A current-day phone camera housing is on the right.
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