Macro shots on a fixed focus camera? Now there is a way
Let's not sound overly ironical, but it is simple. Actually, simpler than you would expect. You just need a magnifying glass. And yes, you need to have it with you at all times for those macro shots to work. Clearly, it is not a real solution, but it is a fun one. Maybe not for the one taking pictures, but just imagine how people will look when they see you trying to take pictures with the help of a magnifying glass.
Okay, to be fair we appreciate the creativity of Jade Bryan from SymbianWorld, who came up with it, and it does indeed yield great results, but still... To compare the technologies, traditional auto-focus yields good in focus pictures with no regard of the distance to the object, while the full focus module only gives sharp images when the object is more than 20 inches apart. Take a look at the pictures taken with a magnifying glass and the Nokia C7 and let us know what you think about the full focus cameras.
1. novneet (Posts: 7; Member since: 25 Jul 2010)
This is going to be so much fun for the E7 / C7 / C6-01 owners :D.
6. karlsson (unregistered)
I ve been doing this for years.Nothing new. Se my pictures on Esato.com
2. great (unregistered)
that is good area for new products: cases for nokia cell phone with magnifying glass (or switchable m.glass) :))
3. DontHateOnS60 (Posts: 852; Member since: 20 Apr 2009)
You better get on that before someone else does. It's going to take some testing though to get it right.
5. seb (unregistered)
the same solution is for GALAXY S lack of LED flash for camera.
just buy a simple mini-LED torch (with 1 LED), and attach to the GALAXY S, same as you would do with stylus. ..... simple.....
7. Bad (unregistered)
Nokia is not Android and not iOS. Therefore, Nokia is bad. Nokia will be gone from business soon.
8. hooher tod (unregistered)
Yes there should realize the reader to RSS my feed to RSS commentary, quite simply