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Новини / Hi-tech

23 Април 07, 22:11 / Автор: CELERATOR
Nokia N95 camera review VS Sony DSC-H1

by gsmarena.com

Nokia N95 on the left • Sony DSC-H1 on the right

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Apparently the most significant con of Nokia N95's pictures is their cold touch, which frequently results in a light violet shade. This drawback is best visible in pictures taken shortly before sunset. Sony software evaluated light conditions exactly and left nuances of yellowish sunlight, while the pictures taken with Nokia N95 look like they were taken in early afternoon. Nokia N95 does not feature any special white balance option to make colors look more natural. Whatsoever, its images do not look bad at all; besides, any inaccuracies could be easily eliminated with some editing program on a PC.

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Tip: more sample images can be found in the third chapter of this article!

JPEG compression is quite strong - surface seems "patched" under closer examination, while details tend to disappear. The small size of the lens significantly contributes to blurring of details as well. A closer comparison between the images taken with Nokia N95 and those created with a digital Sony camera confirms the advantages of using a bigger lens. Anyway, the differences are not at all as drastic as one might have expected; the pictures taken with both devices would have been nearly identical, if it were not for the different color nuance.

VGA video

Nokia N95 can be also used as a video camera. You can record videos of average quality in 3GP format, suitable to go into MMS as well as high-quality videos in resolution of 640 × 480 pixels; the latter speed up to 30 shots in a second. High-quality videos are recorded in MP4 format, but they use an enormous amount of MB - half a minute of such a video "eats up" approximately 10 MB. Videos maximum length only depends on the available free memory.

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Viewfinder in video recording mode

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Video camera menu and its setup options

Video function menu is somewhat poorer than the camera one. Here you will find shooting mode settings, white balance, and a number of color nuances. You can zoom in digitally while recording, but zooming is not fluent, and most of all, it worsens the overall image quality. The microphone can be silenced if you wish. Another unusual function in the menu is the so called image stabilizer, but its influence is almost invisible.

Sample videos in full resolution:

Videos look brilliant both on the phone display and on a TV screen. On a PC screen, however, they come out much too colorful, with a far too high contrast. Nevertheless, for the moment this is the best you can get from a photo mobile on the market.

Substitute for a digital camera

Nokia N95's glamorous presence along with the latest bunch of cameraphones marks the beginning of difficult times for common small compact cameras. The trend of replacing the compact camera with photo mobiles has been long spoken about and it will surely remain one of the hottest topics for some time. Yet, putting this trend in practice is going to take long time. For example, many users already perceive Sony Ericsson K800 as a full-functioning substitute for a common camera; its drawback is its resolution: 3 megapixels only. It does not mean that three megapixels are not enough for the production of a good-quality image; it is when mobile phones are confronted with standard cameras that the cameras score higher as their minimum resolution is 5 megapixels.

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Viewing images • editing options

And here comes Nokia N95 with its 5 megapixels, auto focus, and very good optics. Yet, it lacks manual exposure settings and a high-quality xenon flash.

Apart from pure shooting options Nokia N95 also offers extras like filing pictures into albums, sending pictures in MMS or emails, or even sending images to a photographic blog within Flickr or Vox services. Pictures can be modified in the phone before they are uploaded.

More sample pictures with comments

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Nokia N95 in full glamour - it captures images of quality so high that they seem as if taken with a common digital camera

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The same green in three photos - Nokia N95 meets certain difficulties in balancing colors

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Macro is one of Nokia N95's strengths

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Backlit photos are good - the sun is reasonably suppressed and, at the same time, visualization in darker areas remains pretty clear


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Indoors under artificial light - here Nokia managed the white balance very well, even though the above images were taken in automatic mode

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Pictures taken in the dark - there is far less noise than we have expected. Instead, the phone extended exposure time, so firm hand was needed to manage the shot. Anyway, the tram was too fast.

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Scarcely illuminated night street in automatic mode • in night mode • in a minimum resolution mode for noise reduction (it would have been helpful if a longer exposure time was possible to set up; not available, unfortunately) 

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LED flash in action

More sample photos

Nokia N95 on the left • Sony DSC-H1 on the right

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