- 11-12-2012, 02:02 PM #26
First, you mention the daylight issue and the sharpness/blur issues as two different things. They are the same. So you initial post is misleading.
Second, I've seen some awesome pictures taken with the 920. Remember, it's the the photographer not the camera. Someone can use a $3000 DSLR and have a soft photo.
I understand that you are not able to take pictures that are acceptable to you. If it's a deal breaker, then return the phone.
- 11-12-2012, 04:55 PM #27
So you don't have the daylight issue then? Bloody **** look at the amount of dissatisfied threads that have been created in the Lumia 920 section. Are you going to stop all of them from expressing their opinion?
Why is it when someone criticises a phone or the OP, the fanatics throw a BF? Everyone has a right to express their opinion whether it's positive or negative.
If Nokia do release an update that will completely fix the daylight issue then I'll be the first to acknowledge that but what gets on my t*ts is that Nokia release a flagship phone that was hyped like fuk on its great camera capabilities but turned out to be a disappointment.
Fact is Nokia promised something that turned out to be lies -----> pureview camera.
Now let's wait for another update, yippppppeer
Last edited by misterRafter; 11-12-2012 at 05:01 PM.
- 11-12-2012, 07:39 PM #29
I don't. Understand. Why. Are you holding to a phone you dislike so much. We are given the freedom to choose. Why are you acting like you're being forced to use, in your opinion, such a rundown phone???
Yes. You want your voices to be heard. But your critiques are not constructive.
-> dull screen, brightness not high enough
The above says it all.
Do you need a xenon flash to be attached on the backlight of your screen display? The might call that HD+ Xenon Clear Display! :P
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11-12-2012, 07:44 PM #30
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- 11-13-2012, 03:26 AM #33
Yeah, I want to see the pictures where the S3 "blows the 920 out of the water" during low light conditions as the OP been claiming. I find it funnny that everyone else who compared S3 to 920 in low light posted pictures where the S3 was crap and the Lumia 920 was good. I guess the OP have some sort of special magical S3.
- 11-13-2012, 03:32 AM #34
dipsh1ts, get a SGS3 and a L920 and take the same pic if you can you'll see the difference. I do not need to post any pics. Seen as you think you know it all i'd thought you'd have done this by now.
I even went into local EE shop and did the same experiment with the SGS3 phone whilst the EE worker watched and he was astonished with the difference.
When you've done the comparison then open your mouth.
SGS3 picture taking is more sharper and has no blur.
Overall i prefer my L920 because of the speed and quality of the phone just the so called 'amazing' camera is a let down.
- 11-13-2012, 03:42 AM #35
As I thought, all talk. There are countless comparison shots floating around the net, they all show the L920 as the clear winner in low light conditions. Then you come here claiming the S3 "blows it out of the water" in low light conditions, yet you cannot back it up by any sort of comparison shots.
Let's recap to see who we should listen to, a big number of reviewers/normal users posting their photos for everyone to validate their findings, or one normal user who refuses to post the photos they base their opinion on for anyone else to validate. I don't know about you, but I will go with the first option here.
- 11-13-2012, 03:48 AM #36
Only numpties like you would be happy with this process!
- 11-13-2012, 03:57 AM #37
- 11-13-2012, 03:58 AM #38
First time windows phone user switching from an iphone 4. I've been reading the forums and this thread made me so frustrated that i just had to say one simple thing
i am a professional photographer and i picked up a lumia 920 on october 30th and the camera has BLOWN ME AWAY since the minute i got my greedy hands on it. not just me, but i've also managed to completely stun other photographers, art directors and clients with all the cool things is does, especially the incredible low light performance. so I'm guessing nothing is really wrong with your camera, just do a couple simple things to get your ideal shot. just like you would taking any photo with any camera. and FYI every camera has its limitations, stop expecting so much. I had high expectations for this phone and it fulfilled everything.
- 11-13-2012, 04:13 AM #43
Ad hominems, seriously?
In your earlier thread you said you would post pics to prove your point of view. I don't NEED to go to a store to see this difference if you say something like that. Proof of burden is on YOU, dear OP. I've seen plenty of pics on various gadget sites that prove quite contrary to your claims.
Don't claim something you cannot back up.
- 11-13-2012, 05:09 AM #47
- 11-13-2012, 09:17 AM #49
Other forum members have repeated the same things to him/her over and over, yet he keeps posting the same negative stuff to generate responses. We see forum members like this all the time, just ignore it and this thread will die eventually.