Video: Nokia Lumia 920 vs Nokia Lumia 900 (OIS test)

| November 19, 2012 | 17 Replies

Here’s a comparison between the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Nokia Lumia 900 video recording, looking specifically at improvements (if any) by PureView V2 OIS/Floating lens.

This isn’t walking, this is running.

You might also like to check out what the 808 looks like with and without hardware stabilisation for comparison. I’m actually quite amazed the 920 gets that close to a huge apparatus.

http://mynokiablog.com/2012/09/11/video-hardware-stabilisation-samples-on-nokia-808-pureview-with-stabiliser-accessory-vs-softwareno-stabilisation-simulation-of-pureview-12-mix/

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  1. dss says:

    OIS works very well for video recording… no other phone comes even close.

  2. Folkifoon says:

    Fun vid but is this guy mature? Samdung, Galaxy shit…

  3. Grodelj says:

    Hahaha general the destroyer strikes again:D this guy is funny as hell

  4. Quantom says:

    Hmm, doesn’t anyone feel that the OIS imparts a pretty weird wobble to the periphery of the frame? It’s not too obvious here but doesn’t it feel a tad strange?

  5. zymo says:

    I kinda dislike the image quality of the Lumia 920. OIS is doing a great job, you can clearly see the videos are less shaky at all, but the actual image looks somehow “strange” kinda artificial. I also noticed some wobble effect in videos.

    • Quantom says:

      Yeah I think this OIS thing should be more appropriate for images/stills. Of course hat’s off to nokia for fitting it all in such a small frame.

  6. rafaelinux says:

    It’s completely wobbly and unnatural. Unusable, even.

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