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    Iphone 5, Note 2, 8X and 920.

    Iphone 5


    Note 2


    8X


    Lumia 920


    What a massacre, more at the source.

    Camera phone comparison; iPhone 5, Note II, HTC 8X, Lumia 920 (photo gallery) | Page 24 | ZDNet
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    But why is that Yoda plush so derpy looking?
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    They look like they're about to need some privacy.
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    I'm impressed. I'll go get one today. Oh wait....
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    Quote Originally Posted by vagrantwade View Post
    But why is that Yoda plush so derpy looking?


    Because if you look closely, the guy from Monsters Inc. is scratching Yoda's ****.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mediademics View Post
    I'm impressed. I'll go get one today. Oh wait....
    You will just have to go buy an 8X today instead. OH WAIT!
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    very nice... much better comparison over cnet


    2 random thoughts on the 920 I never seen asked or talked about.


    1 - Can the pureview night time lighting be turned off? at times I know myself I wouldn't want a super bright shot.

    2 - the floating lens in the 920 is suspended by springs... wonder how durable/sensitive these springs will be (thinking of a small drop and what kind of effect it would have on the springs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Villain View Post
    very nice... much better comparison over cnet


    2 random thoughts on the 920 I never seen asked or talked about.


    1 - Can the pureview night time lighting be turned off? at times I know myself I wouldn't want a super bright shot.

    2 - the floating lens in the 920 is suspended by springs... wonder how durable/sensitive these springs will be (thinking of a small drop and what kind of effect it would have on the springs)
    1) Probably. The 920 offers a ton of adjustable settings.

    2) I can't find the source right now, but there was a detailed examination of how the floating lens worked and I believe the springs were also apart of a metal piece holding the lens itself, so there shouldn't be an issue with the lens separating from the springs. Honestly due to the suspension, in the case of a drop, it will probably be one of the most protected things in the phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vagrantwade View Post
    You will just have to go buy an 8X today instead. OH WAIT!
    You can get the Iphone and the Note 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vagrantwade View Post
    1) Probably. The 920 offers a ton of adjustable settings.

    2) I can't find the source right now, but there was a detailed examination of how the floating lens worked and I believe the springs were also apart of a metal piece holding the lens itself, so there shouldn't be an issue with the lens separating from the springs. Honestly due to the suspension, in the case of a drop, it will probably be one of the most protected things in the phone.
    yeah figured it would have adjustable settings, just never read anything on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Villain View Post
    yeah figured it would have adjustable settings, just never read anything on them.
    Check out the lumia 920 white paper for the juicy details!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mediademics View Post
    I'm impressed. I'll go get one today. Oh wait....
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    Why every site does always same mistake. They took fotos in different format which makes them hard to compare. There is 4:3 mode also in Lumia and in HTC too i think. Then we see cropped photos thrown against other phones which are shot in full 8Mpix. If the playing field is not leveled all comparisons are waste of time.

    One think you can tell from those shot though. Lumias shots are often under exposed in daylight photos and over exposed in low light photos. That under exposing makes colours look way over saturated. Other phones usually does the opposite, over exposing daylight photos.

    Overall Lumia still takes win because it superior low light capabilities. When they release tweaked software i bet it wins every compartment.
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    F the reviews. Test the stuff yourself at the stores is what I say.
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    920 looks good indoors in low light but what happened with the pier photo hmmm
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    Just messing with you guys =P

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