How fast (and slow) can you make the shutter on the Nokia 808 PureView?
Rehmanhere on Flickr decided to find out. Even though he had enough light to snap the picture during daytime, he decided to turn on the powerful Xenon flash. He increased the ISO to 800 which in the old days when people actually used something called "film", meant that faster action could be captured. ISO 800 requires 1/8th the amount of light to capture the same image as an ISO 100 setting would demand. He also took the exposure down to -4.0. The result was a shutter that took the picture in 1/2747 of a second.
What about the longest shutter time? That would appear to be the 2.7 seconds achieved by a Mr. Sheridan. The later says that the ND filters that come with the phone are not sufficient to do the job. So he uses various Hoya filters, a tripod and two elastic bands for his long exposure pictures. It might sound kinky, but if you check out the sourcelink, you can see how it is all done. He also suggests using flowing water as a subject.
So there you have it, the long and short shutter times for the Nokia 808 PureView. No, 41MP won't automatically make you an artist, but the technology offered with PureView will help you take pictures that you will cherish forever.
source: MasteringDaylight, Flickr via AllAboutSymbian
Shortest and longest shutter times achieved with the Nokia 808 PureView Fullscreen
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5. tusshharish posted on 26 Oct 2012, 13:02 7
sensor is not everything dude..............the image quality also matters which is depends upon other factors..
8. PhoneArenaUser posted on 26 Oct 2012, 15:26 5
Agree, software and optics is also very important.
13. dickwyn posted on 28 Oct 2012, 10:30 0
i think it will debut either at CES or MWC next year
2. NexusKoolaid posted on 26 Oct 2012, 11:59 1
Not bad, but I'd like to see the detail and noise levels in some full resolution samples, not scaled down images.
3. infernal88 posted on 26 Oct 2012, 12:05 2
"Since the release of the device, the closest that we have seen to 41MP on multiple models is the 13MP shooter seen on some devices"
what about HTC titan II ...16 MP ?
6. Alan01 posted on 26 Oct 2012, 13:28 1
That is why it says the closest on multiple models...
4. ssk27 posted on 26 Oct 2012, 12:14 6
Just put android in this and it will sell like anything. U make phone for for us and why dont u hear us:(
7. mohamed_noor posted on 26 Oct 2012, 13:38 0
just tried the fast shutter technique on s3 . cool!! it too takes in awesome shutter speeds. thanks to PA
10. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 26 Oct 2012, 17:59 2
808 is really an awesome device!! really worth to buy!!!
wow love it even more!!!
11. meowcenary posted on 26 Oct 2012, 19:57 1
People need to realize that high pixel count is not exactly best for your photography. If anything it could be detrimental to photgraphs. The more pixels you have the more you run into sensor issue(s) like image error(s) and noise. Increasing ISO also incrases noise in your photographs.
People also need to realize that sharpness is all in the user and not the camera and the glass. Personally I still prefer a dsr, advance point and shoot, and film cameras. There is more control with WB, ISO, shutter, aperture, sensor (FX vs DX), and glass. The glass allows for a wide range of shooting conditions.
12. Guarulhos posted on 27 Oct 2012, 01:41 0
More Than Never Now Know The 808 PureView PRO In Skillful Hands And Steadfast Produces Photograph Best Results To Night That The 920 PureView LITE, This Because Beyond Of Count With a Image Sensor Bigger And Better, Oversampling AndLong Exposure As Good As The 920's More Precisely We Reach The Number 1.51 Second Exposure !
For That Not If Mistake 920 PureView LITE In No Situation Will Performance Similar To 808 PureView PRO Perhaps Best !