HD video with the Nokia N9 in various lighting conditions stitched in a two-minute clip
Bill only used Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 to sync the music to the clips, but no other corrections of any kind have been applied to the results. He also posted three pictures, which we are embedding below.
The pictures and video below are taken with a prototype version of the Nokia N9, which still has to see the final firmware, but it looks like Nokia was right when it said they tried to cram the Nokia N8 experience in the smaller module of the Nokia N9.
The pictures and video still come oversaturated, though, compared to the natural-looking colors on the Nokia N8, but most people enjoy richer colors anyway, plus the continuous autofocus seems to work like a charm.
source: mobileperry via TheHandHeldblog
1. FrostyM (Posts: 5; Member since: 09 Dec 2010)
The video quality is truly amazing! and i love to watch and watch it again. it's so clear! Nokia Rules! I hope that they continue Meego OS. :)
3. joy (unregistered)
The video quality is truly amazing! and i love to watch and watch it again. it’s so clear! Nokia Rules! I hope that they continue Meego OS.http://windousphone.blogspot.com/
9. Dark4o90 (Posts: 205; Member since: 20 Feb 2011)
but i really don't like the phone and MeeGo and the hardware is two steps behind again and it's very ugly
4. luis_lopez_351 (Posts: 951; Member since: 18 Nov 2010)
WOW!!! i bet you the MT4Gslide cant even do this. this is beautiful :') and its only in 720p HD. Nokia is finally doing things right...until they stopped meego. SMH!
5. false video (unregistered)
The fact that video has gone through Adobe Premiere CS4 itself voids the authenticity of video because Premiere can work magic on rubbish videos. (yes, i use Premiere daily, its bread and butter for me)
6. daniyal rizvi (unregistered)
N8 and N9 are the best smart phones with best cameras......
7. nah (unregistered)
nah... unless they change symbian to android/ meego. your sentence will be right.
8. Dark4o90 (Posts: 205; Member since: 20 Feb 2011)
wow these are the best pics i've seen on a phone and the video is ok but lets see moving objects not only still scenes with autofocus on close objects
10. Iggy (unregistered)
The quality of photos is very good for a 8mpx camera, I'm impressed but the video quality just seems ok, I think it could be a lot better.