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Video: Entertainment Star Rocsi Diaz with Nokia Lumia 1020 (filmed on the 1020)

| August 26, 2013 | 4 Replies

 

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Here’s a video from Nokia US showing  Entertainment Star Rocsi Diaz with a Nokia Lumia 1020. The whole promo itself is also filmed on the 1020.

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Diaz says that people she sees are wowed by the pictures the 1020 takes and that she no longer needs to take her professional camera around for blogging.

 

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Category: Lumia, Nokia

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  • Viipottaja

    Nice! :)

    Not sure if the pics on NPU are taken by her though, and if they are, they look pretty crappy actually.

  • Deaconclgi

    She wasn’t using the Xenon flash for her photos…only the focus light.

    I find myself not using the xenon on my 1020 since the low light photos are “good” but then when I look at them later, they look noisy and almost like an oil painting. I then remember that if I had only used the xenon, it would have lit the scene and eliminated the noise.

    My eyes are used to xenon lit photos from the N82 until now but the new trend is unnatural, flashless photos and using the 1020 has almost made he xenon seem like an afterthought.

    The flashless photos allow you to see MORE in darkness and at the first appearance you are like WOW, look at that low light performance!!! I can see x,y,x without a flash!!!!

    In reality, those low light photos are some of the worst quality from a purist perspective.

    Even with all of that said….the ability to capture better photos in low light is true and intriguing…it just comes down to the xenon lit photos looking like they are from an slr and the flash less low light looking like they are from a 920. Its good to have choices/the best of both worlds.

    • http://www.twitter.com/nabkawe5 Moody Caplan

      I think Nokia have the best low light (and light) algorithms out there, a week ago a got a Cannon 650D EOS, the funny thing is that I took 2 pics at the same ISO level and the Lumia got rid of that purple noise where as it riddled the ESO photo, for a purest your best bet is to lower the ISO and use long shutters at night, though it doesn’t help that your sensor is big and by default will have more noise but with PureView kicking in you’ll get masterpieces.

  • capitansevilla
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