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Video: Nokia Shorts 2011 – Mobile Motion Pictures – Filmed with Nokia N8

| June 28, 2011 | 7 Replies

The Nokia N8 introduced something groundbreaking into phones – it squeezed a pocket cam killer with stellar HD video recording capabilities.

Time and time again we have seen the N8 do great things with its imaging capabilities. Creating the world’s smallest stop motion animation, filming hollywood stars for its own movie, being used for music videos, taking over a DSLR in a professional photoshoot. In normal user cases, folks like Tommi/Topolino70 shows us the supreme capabilities of its optics.

What I like best about the N8 is that all of this is ALWAYS with me. My DSLR and Digicam aren’t and so miss those memories. Also I find my N8 a little less intrusive. On nights out, I’d much prefer just having the N8 and not having other gadgets to burden pockets.

http://www.vimeo.com/nokia

Nokia Shorts 2011 recognizes the pocket N8 and its HD capabilities, and together with Vimeo, Nokia put together a competition to realise the creativity of some film makers with the Nokia N8 (a little bit like that Zero Gravity thing at the start of the year)

The results are breathtaking. Hopefully the embed works. If not check out the main page at
http://www.vimeo.com/nokia
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Daniel from aurora fearnley on Vimeo.

Dirt from Joe Marcantonio on Vimeo.

The Rider from Josh Brooks on Vimeo.

Thunk in Public from Ryan Maples on Vimeo.

The Adventures of a Cardboard Box from Studiocanoe on Vimeo.

A Fish Story from Teemu Nikki on Vimeo.

 

Via Nokia Experts

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Category: Nokia, Nseries

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