Nokia Lumia 1020 taken to a football game, tells an epic story in pictures
0. phoneArena 30 Jan 2014, 06:42 posted on
The Nokia Lumia 1020 with its impressive 41-megapixel camera is in a league of its own when it comes to mobile photography…
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1. darkkjedii (Posts: 18387; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)
Stunning photographs. Go Denver this Sunday!
17. darkkjedii (Posts: 18387; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)
I just got a feeling Wilson's gonna choke under the pressure. I'm a die hard Steelers fan, but I love Peyton Manning. Seahawks are beast though, and ya boy Richard Sherman is the truth. Seattle could do it.
40. darkkjedii (Posts: 18387; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)
Not at all, but he's never been to this stage. It'll put a lot of pressure on him to preform. Choking isn't always a bad thing, it's part of the maturation process of being a great QB.
41. good2great (Posts: 1042; Member since: 22 Feb 2012)
kinda like Winston's performance against Auburn... you have to choke before you grow.
i'm a die hard Jags fan... but I wanna see Lynch do something spectacular...
14. AntiFanBoyz (unregistered)
Broncos! Broncos! Broncos!
15. akki20892 (Posts: 3872; Member since: 04 Feb 2013)
Wow look at that eagle. Stunning photos.
2. lalalaman (Posts: 591; Member since: 19 Aug 2013)
Hand down...no comparison from any other smartphone.....
Nokia Lumia 1020 camera FTW!!:D
9. darkkjedii (Posts: 18387; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)
Which along with baseball, are the two best sports on earth.
11. buccob (Posts: 2452; Member since: 19 Jun 2012)
Well... My country is very Americanized in its roots (even though recent goverments show different) so the most popular sport here is Baseball...
But I personally played soccer 13 years of my life and then decided to do something different...
I tried Wrestling, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee and recently Rock Climbing which I love...
But definitely baseball gets the most attention nationally with crazy fans and awesome live shows. Kinda like American Football fans in the US
22. buccob (Posts: 2452; Member since: 19 Jun 2012)
Venezuela... for the moment... but with the political, economical and social situation this might change soon
36. darkkjedii (Posts: 18387; Member since: 05 Feb 2011)
Heard a lotta good things about Venezuela. Sorry things aren't as good as you like, heck America has tons of issues too bro.
4. bakarock (Posts: 53; Member since: 29 Aug 2013)
can't wait to see Lumia 1020 successor, with 3000mah battery,1080p display, micro sd and quad core processor and existing 42mp processor..
28. SleepingOz (unregistered)
48. Liveitup (Posts: 1798; Member since: 07 Jan 2014)
If it came with Android I would not use the L1020, to me WP is a superior platform.
6. eisenbricher (Posts: 973; Member since: 09 Aug 2012)
No doubt, 1020 is the best smartphone cam.
10. tasior (Posts: 264; Member since: 04 Nov 2012)
I have 808 (predecessor), and I must admit, it's worth of all platform sacrifices. Games and apps, are for the moment. Pictures stay with You for the rest of Your life...
13. notsobad (Posts: 7; Member since: 28 Jan 2014)
yet the only advertising point. if wp has no such cameras. what would they put up on the advertisements? i really wonder!
18. trinkner (Posts: 13; Member since: 28 Jan 2014)
Nice quality in details and stop-motion, but don't the faces look yellow in most of the photos?
19. nothingmuch (Posts: 188; Member since: 03 May 2013)
Im not doggin the phone here, they are good but dont the pics up to #7 seem dark for camera that supposedly made for lowlight images? Just asking?, it appears to be daylight out still in the background there.
43. g2a5b0e (Posts: 3639; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)
The game was in a domed stadium. The lighting is all artificial.
45. Penny (Posts: 1625; Member since: 04 Feb 2011)
I actually think the exposure levels are very appropriate for these photos. I hate overexposed photos as they tend to wash out images.
Also, note that the person who took these photos is a photojournalist. He or she is a pro, and probably had good control of how everything came out. This is probably how he/she intended the photos to look.
30. SemperFiV12 (Posts: 944; Member since: 09 Nov 2010)
All we like is the camera? Well obviously those critics have never held a Lumia, as the build quality surpasses Samsung or anybody not named Apple by a MILE. Holding a Lumia in your hand and a Samsung in the other, you can already feel the difference.
I'd also like to say operating system is another difference between Lumias and Android flavored Samsungs.... And I know it is subjective, but some people (as few as they may be) prefer WP to Android.
This post is not to knock Samsung, but seeing these "1020 is ONLY..." posts are ridiculous.
32. freebee269 (Posts: 534; Member since: 10 Aug 2012)
I know this post is just your opinion but expect the android enthusiests that feel it is their life duty to come to androids aid by defended it on every phone arena article to comment soon.
44. JEverettnow (Posts: 224; Member since: 11 Mar 2013)
I am a photography lover and I have yet to find a cell phone camera that takes acceptable photos
49. Penny (Posts: 1625; Member since: 04 Feb 2011)
Well, there are plenty of cell phone cameras that take acceptable photos, but I don't know if any one can take acceptable photos in every given situation. Cell phones tend to great in well lit, static shots with subjects in close range. The quality starts changing as any one of those variables starts changing, but not necessarily rendering the cameras unacceptable as evidenced by this article.
60. trinkner (Posts: 13; Member since: 28 Jan 2014)
Take a look at the photos by the Nokia 808 around the web. It comes very close to a dedicated digital SLR. I've stopped using my SLR entirely since buying an 808. In fact, I took a family photo using a tripod and my Canon EOS 5MP SLR this past December. I hadn't used it for a year or so. When I put the file into PhotoShop to crop it, I was surprised to see that its quality was lower than my 808's photos in terms of resolution and overall crispness. I know I could buy a more current DSLR with higher resolution and better color rendition than the 808, but I don't want to carry one around. I hike a lot in the Colorado mountains and love having a super camera in my pocket without having to carry the extra weight of a DSLR. The one DSLR feature the 808 can't match is the "throw" of the flash. The 808 does have a good xenon flash that is adqequate for restaurant, pub, or posed photos, but it doesn't throw enough to light up an large room the way my DSLR will. But then I rarely need such a flash as I don't take those sorts of photos often. The other shortcoming of the 808 is extreme macro shots which its lens can't handle as well as a dedicated macro lens of a DSLR. But you can still take good-enough photos of spiders and flowers, etc.
61. scapula66 (Posts: 4; Member since: 04 Feb 2014)
plz help me..what s better image quality ..on computer when we look at photos on computer?nokia 808 or nokia 1020...whıch one s sharper and better detaıls?ım lookıng forward to readıng ur answer..
62. jacobspeeds (Posts: 36; Member since: 26 Feb 2012)
i'd say the 808 is unmatched...the image isn't sharper but much much cleaner as in much lesser noise and artifacting and there's much more original color not saturated like the 1020
66. jacobspeeds (Posts: 36; Member since: 26 Feb 2012)
where can you get an 808 nowadays?? it's extremely rare man....
63. trinkner (Posts: 13; Member since: 28 Jan 2014)
808 has the better camera and flash strength, but lacks the modern apps. It also has the stability and power of Symbian, without the locked-down nature of Windows Phone. See the WP customer service forums for all the bugs and weaknesses people are experiencing with WP. I personally find WP to be very beautiful, but until MS fixes its bugs and weaknesses, I think I'd be very frustrated with a WP. I've tried my wife's 520 WP and get frustrated pretty easily with it. Be sure to try a WP before you spend the money for a 1020. People seem to love it or hate it. I really like the 808's perfect handling of the SD card expansion (I use a 64GB card full of music), which the 1020 doesn't have. The 808 also has an HDMI port, which the 1020 doesn't have. In general, the 808 provides a natural image while the 1020 provides images that are more sharpened and oversaturated. You can process the 808's images on your computer to achieve the same results, but you can't unsharpen and oversharpened image. If Microsoft can fix the bugs and weaknesses of WP, I may be tempted by the upcoming 1820, but until they sort out the problems of duplicated music files, add sound profiles that can be automated, add a file manger, and generally bring WP up to par with iOS and Android, I'll probably stay with my trusty 808. Be aware, though, that developers have stopped creating new apps for the 808 (although many excellent apps exist now and are being updated for Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, SoundCloud, EverNote, etc., so the 808 experience is still very usable for a business user today. I'm not much of a gamer, so the games on WP or Xbox integration don't mean much to me.
64. trinkner (Posts: 13; Member since: 28 Jan 2014)
I should also add that the "oversharpened" and "oversaturated" is a personal preference. Some people prefer the results of the 1020. Others prefer the more natural results of the 808. Again, check photo comparisons online to see for your self. The All About Symbian web site has some great real-world comparisons. The authors are fans of both phones, so they give a pretty fair appraisal.