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Videos: More beautiful Nokia N8 HD videos from topolino70

| March 6, 2011 | 7 Replies

It’s been a while since we looked at some N8 videos, no? Having switched to the Samsung Omnia 7 for over a week now, I am absolutely missing my anywhere any time QUALITY photos and videos. If I’m taking photos, that means I need to bring my (sammy) digicam – my friends keep mixing up what I’m uploading from N8/Samsung Digicam complaining that my digicam is producing too much red eye (that’s a phone. Ignore the red eye problem, focus on confusing N8 for the digicam, i.e. the one supposed to be producing better photos).

We got a 42″ TV the other week and man, these Nokia N8 videos are something else on a bigger screen (also check out work by keirux previously highlighted. Gorgeous!). They looked incredible on a 18.4″ laptop LCD but blown up, it’s incredible to see that it’s still so sharp and clear! I can’t wait for Nokia to make a smartphone with a great web browser (WVGA resolution screen) and a great camera. They always seem to make an incomplete package. Grrr! Unintended rant over…

Anyway, onto ‘s videos that we haven’t published here.

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Here’s one called Liquid Motion. Just oil and water in a metal cup, but so mesmerising!

This one stars his cat, Tipsu, who just cannot wait to be fed and helps herself to the cat snacks stored away in the plastic container.

This third one shows quite some dedication. Recording from his car, he tries to get different angles for his shot. But having just one N8 this meant driving back and forth at the same spot to get them at different angles.

Lastly, this is “Aphid”, following on from the stick insect video here’s a tiny, tiny little aphid. The N8 has a fixed focus lens so topolino70 achieves his close up shots with a combination of different lenses.

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