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NokConv: All About Carl Zeiss, “How Carl Zeiss lens changed the world”

| February 24, 2012 | 9 Replies

I’m just about to go to my next lecture, but before I do, I want to share this post from Nokia Conversations (yes again). This time it’s All About Carl Zeiss lens. Rather timely given what we’re expected to hear on Monday.

http://conversations.nokia.com/2012/02/24/how-carl-zeiss-lens-changed-the-world/

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The article is quite in depth, looking at Carl Zeiss beyond what Nokia fans may appreciate it for, “microscopes, anastigmatic photolenses, binocular microscopes with image-reversing prisms, and the world’s first stereomicroscope”, cameras, motion pictures, microchip production, molecular imaging and of course Nokia top line phones.

Nok Conv Concludes:

So, even if you’re not at the frontier of technology, you can still use the Carl Zeiss lens in your Nokia to take the best photos a phone can produce. That’s what the long history of Carl Zeiss has always been about – accuracy, precision and top image quality, every single time.

So: Pure detail, Pure Depth, Pure Definition, Pure View?

Cheers Kaizer Allen for the tip!

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Category: N8 Successor, Nokia

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