Eugen Diskin aka jenjaman from WP7Forum.ru decided to put the cameras of Lumia 920 and new Samsung's flagship smartphone Galaxy S4 through a video recording test. The two smartphones were mounted on a toy car and then dragged around. Of course the cameras were switched on during the whole time. Did the Galaxy S4's 13 mp camera manage to give Lumia 920's 8.7 MP Primary Camera some serious competition? Not quite, infact it was not even a close fight.
Lumia 920's video clarity remained stable, while the Galaxy S4 struggled with it's. Nokia's imaging technology is definitely superior to the Samsung's one. A similar test was conducted between Lumia 920 and the Galaxy S3. It is safe to say there hasn't been any significant improvement in the video recording capability between the current and formor flagship smartphones from Samsung.
Nokia with it's innovative PureView technology, are leading in the field of image technology. Lets have a look at the company's flagship smartphone Lumia 920.
Lumia 920 is the first ever phone to incorporate Mobile OIS (Optical Image Stabilization ) technology, for producing blur-free images.
It also sports a new generation led flash combined with f2.0 aperture and Carl Zeiss lens to bring superior quality imaging, even in low light conditions.
Lumia 920's camera comes fitted with gyroscope to move the whole optical assembly, for countering unintended camera movement.
Smart Shoot lens feature of Lumia 920 is magic. When you take an photo, Smart Shoot automatically takes a sequence of images. You can then browse through the photographs, selecting the best faces and removing unwanted objects to create the best group shot.
The smartphone's Panorama Lens and Creative Studio lets you add professional effects to your photos, with ease. You can apply various filters and effects to make your shot, more visually appealing.
Check out the video test between Samsung Galaxy S4 and Lumia 920 here.
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