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3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93

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The N93 is Nokia's premium cameraphone and its 3.2-megapixel unit with Carl Zeiss lens and 3x Optical (real) zoom are located in the clamshell hinge, pointing at the left, just as it was with the N90 model, so to use it properly you have to open the clamshell and rotate the display at 90 degrees to put it in landscape mode – this is the position where the camera application starts on its own, after just 3 seconds. The N93 also quite fast when it comes to saving images, and the highest quality ones took about 5-6 seconds. One thing you won't like is that you have to remove a tiny protective cap every time you want to use the camera, as otherwise the lens won't be protected.

The interface reminds the one of the N73 but has less icons to the right. Moving through them is done by using the keys on the right side of the device (you have a small d-pad and shutter key with a zoom-ring around it), which are inconvenient to use because of their tiny size and awful tactile response, and because the phone is pretty heavy (6.3 oz) to be held with one hand only – we'd suggest you use both your hands as with a camcorder, which is what the N93's form/shape resembles.
3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93
Nokia N93 Camera-Dedicated Keys


Scene mode, White Balance, EV compensation and Color Tone are the shortcuts on the interface, and the other options, as well as the settings are in the “Options” menu, which can be opened with the “Soft keys” next to the display.

3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93

3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93

3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93

3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93

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