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Shot to shot time with Lumia Denim Vs Lumia Cyan: 1520 vs 930

| January 2, 2015 | 5 Replies

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Another video, this time, on top of the faster start up time we have faster shot to shot time.

I can’t even tell if it took the photo or not. It just looks like it’s auto-focussing and then the finger is released. BUT we are assured that the 1520 is saving the pictures almost instantly. Not sure what happened regarding flash settings here.

Although different devices, they’re more or less ‘identical’ in performance (under the hood and camera). Ideally of course, we’d see two identical devices but this is good enough for early previews.

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I’d like to see gallery opening times. Granted, that’s affected by how many photos/items you have and whether you might be using a MicroSD. The reason for this is because it takes so long for the Note 4 to open gallery (and that was within the first month’s use). My 1520 was pretty quick opening the gallery directly, a little slower from the camera and a lot slower after about 80GB of photos of which possibly 30GB had Living Images (oh I miss that 🙁 ). It’s a pain sometimes, when you’re trying to show a picture you took and the gallery takes too long to open.

Source:  nokiawindowsphone

Cheers ‘Michal’ for the tip!

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Category: Lumia, Nokia, Windows Phone

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