Videos: topolino70 takes on HD videos with Nokia E7 (edited on the E7 too)

| March 6, 2011 | 1 Reply

has given us many great videos from the Nokia N8, showcasing it’s marvellous 720p HD video quality. Just this morning we revisited some of topolino70′s N8 videos we hadn’t covered. This time he’s got the E7 and he’s taken a couple of classy panning videos which he later edited on the E7. The viewing experience is better if you turn the sound down – the wind blowing past the stereo microphones is more of a distraction than anything.

I’d be really interested to see how they fare side by side. N8 is of course the imaging king, but the E7 isn’t a slouch (at least in the video department).

Old ruined church at Pälkäne Finland.

Tampere Tampella area Finland

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