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  1. Koltrane's Avatar
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    From nokiapoweruser.com:

    Communications Manager Nokia France confirms fix coming for Lumia 920 Daylight Camera performance. « Nokiapoweruser

    Communications Manager Nokia France confirms fix coming for Lumia 920 Daylight Camera performance.

    Seems that Nokia has identified the reason behind less than expected daylight performance of Lumia 920′ Camera and will be fixing it soon. As complained by some reviewers and as is clear from some of the sample images that Lumia 920 is proving to be amazing at low light stills capture and overall video capture, but daylight pictures are suffering a bit from post processing. Though the daylight pictures are still reasonably good according to reviewers from Engadget, The Verge and CNET, if compared to competition, but doesn’t hold true to the high expectations with the Nokia ”PureView” image.

    Nokia France’ communication manager has confirmed in a reply over Twitter that they will be making adjustments to the daylight photo capture. This has been earlier claimed by Engadget also during their review of Lumia 920, but now seems a fix is on its way soon as it is not a major issue and the aggressive noise reduction leading to loss of detail can be adjusted with software update.
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    I knew it was coming but it's great to see it in writing!
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    How much weight will that add to the brick? :lol:

    “You get treated in life the way you teach people to treat you.”― Wayne W. Dyer
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarryNJ View Post
    How much weight will that add to the brick? :lol:
    Nokia really listens to the feedback. Good thing that they are trying to improvise, though the camera is still better than many wannabe flagships (CC 8X) even in daylight conditions.

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