Nokia PureView 808 41 Megapixel Sample Photo Gallery

Here are a number of sample photos from the 41 megapixel Nokia PureView 808 with Carl Zeiss f/2.4 lens.

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 PureView 808

The Nokia PureView 808 features a whopping 41 megapixel 1/1.2inch sensor - a Carl Zeiss Tessar f/2.4 wide angle lens takes care of the optics and Nokia say that their image processing software is among the best in the World. The large sensor allows improved low light performance and lower noise when images are "oversampled" to a reduced size, and at 5 megapixels Nokia promises lossless 3x zoom for stills, and lossless 4x zoom for full HD video. Nokia's oversampling technology combines 7 pixels, binning noise and poor colour information in the processing to create what it is calling "Super Pixels" - have a look at our sample photos and let us know what you think! We will be posting more on this interesting new camera-phone shortly. In 4:3 aspect ratio the lens is equivalent to a 28mm lens, while in 16:9 aspect ratio the lens is equivalent to a 26mm lens in 35mm terms.

Nokia PureView 808 Sample Photos



Nokia PureView 808 ISO test images



Nokia PureView 808 Specifications

ManufacturerNokia
Front Camera
PixelsNo Data
Max ApertureNo Data
Smartphone Cameras
Smartphone Cameras
    Additional CamerasNo Data
    Lens
    Max Aperturef/2.4
    35mm equivalent28mm
    Optical ZoomNo Data
    Image Sensor
    Pixels41Mp (Megapixels)
    Pixels (W)7728
    Pixels (H)5368
    Sensor TypeNo Data
    Sensor Size1/1.2 inch
    Sensor Size (width)No Data
    Sensor Size (height)No Data
    Aspect Ratio
    • 4:3
    • 16:9
    LCD Monitor
    LCD Monitor4in
    Screen resolution640x360
    Touch ScreenYes
    Focusing
    Focusing modes
    • Autofocus
    • Face Detection
    • Touch AF
    • Infinity
    Exposure Control
    Shutter speeds shortestNo Data
    Shutter speeds longestNo Data
    ISO sensitivity50 - 1600
    Video
    Movie modeYes
    Video Resolution
    • 1920x1080 FullHD
    • 1280x720 HD 720p
    Video FPS30/25/24/15fps
    Stereo SoundYes
    Other Features
    Image StabilisationNo
    Interface
    USBUSB 2
    Wi-FiYes
    Storage
    Internal Memory16000MB
    Power Source
    Battery TypeBV-4D Lithium-Ion
    Box Contents
    Box ContentsNokia 808 PureView, Nokia Battery BL-4D, Nokia stereo Headset WH-209, Nokia Data Cable CA-190CD, Nokia Charger AC-50, Nokia Wrist Strap Black, Fold-Out Quick Guide, NFC info card
    Dimensions
    Weight169g
    Width123.9mm
    Height60.2mm
    Depth13.9mm

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    Comments


    pablophotographer 8 1.2k 351
    24 May 2012 11:25AM
    Dear Dad, I am writing to you in good health I hope you are well and happy too.
    I dropped my camera so I can't call you until is fixed.
    Love, your son.

    Errrrrrrrrrrr

    Great images
    but my mobile phone offers a pop-up shower cubicle with running water at variable temperature.

    Seriously now,
    I do prefer a purpose built camera for taking pictures. I know it is much lighter, pocketable and more versatile as a solution but I am not sure if it will lure photographers into buying it. Remember that the first digital camera, from logitech was designed for estate agents.

    Of course those who find it useful will make good use of it. Don't just think the affluent.

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    24 May 2012 4:19PM

    Quote:
    Seriously now,
    I do prefer a purpose built camera for taking pictures. I know it is much lighter, pocketable and more versatile as a solution but I am not sure if it will lure photographers into buying it. Remember that the first digital camera, from logitech was designed for estate agents.

    Of course those who find it useful will make good use of it. Don't just think the affluent.



    I dont think anyone not even Nokia is expecting you to leave your DSLR or micro 4/3s @ home here... they're just hoping you leave your pocketable P&S @ home and surely as a photographer you carry one of those too along with your dslr Smile
    24 May 2012 9:54PM
    Well, to be honest... I am a bit angry now. This phone has a camera that performs better at high ISO than my Olympus XZ-1!!

    This Pure View process is really good in terms of reducing the noise from the pictures. The benchmark at 5Mp and ISO 800 is superlative in terms of noise and detail when compared to any compact of the moment, IMO, and even the ISO 1600 shot is accepetable.

    Well done, Nokia!

    Now you just need to launch the damn thing! What are you waiting for?
    petebfrance 7 2.8k France
    24 May 2012 10:43PM
    There's even a hover fly in 'trees'.....
    25 May 2012 5:17AM
    If that phone is coming to the USA, I'll be very interested. I have a bunch of high end stuff, but this is pretty amazing performance to fit in the general point n shoot replacement category. Cant carry the heavy artillery everywhere... Very impressive.

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