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  1. Fuad Huda's Avatar
    Finally it work again,
    12-25-2013 01:57 PM
  2. Tonchi91's Avatar
    C'mon people. Why would you use proxy to have an unsupported app for non pureview models if you can download Nokia Camera Beta which is for non pureview models and it's made by Nokia. And what is most imortant, it's the same UI.
    12-27-2013 05:11 AM
  3. Martsicky's Avatar
    C'mon people. Why would you use proxy to have an unsupported app for non pureview models if you can download Nokia Camera Beta which is for non pureview models and it's made by Nokia. And what is most imortant, it's the same UI.
    Nokia Camera Beta is available since 1-2 weeks... What about Storyteller, Refocus and Nokia Motion Monitor?
    12-27-2013 05:53 AM
  4. Fuad Huda's Avatar
    Nokia camera more stable than beta version,. Beta have more iso, it make more light,. I love so much nokia camera, refocus, n storyteller,.
    12-27-2013 11:28 AM
  5. Tonchi91's Avatar
    You are wrong. PureView models have max of ISO 3200 and non PureView models have only ISO 800. Since Beta is here for non PureView models, it would take the maximum amount of ISO 800. Since it have lower ISO than PureView models, it would have less light in the low light shooting.

    And about Refocus...I believe that Nokia will make Refocus app for non PureView models as thay have made Nokia Camera for those models. Just give them a time.
    Paul Pattison likes this.
    12-27-2013 03:53 PM
  6. Fuad Huda's Avatar
    Really,. I used nokia camera and setting auto, and result i can get iso 1600,. But reguler camera i just have iso 800,.
    12-27-2013 05:28 PM
  7. Tonchi91's Avatar
    You can't get more ISO than your camera hardware allows you to use. It can say that you have more than ISO 800 but you will not get more than ISO 800 with your camera because of camera limitations. Software can't get more than your hardware give to you.
    12-27-2013 06:01 PM
  8. uncletoma's Avatar
    Finally it work again,
    not for me
    12-28-2013 04:58 AM
  9. Fuad Huda's Avatar
    You can't get more ISO than your camera hardware allows you to use. It can say that you have more than ISO 800 but you will not get more than ISO 800 with your camera because of camera limitations. Software can't get more than your hardware give to you.
    really i am not lie,. I get more iso if use nokia camera,. It's not hardware limitation, it's software limitation,. Like game need 1 gb ram can play in 512 ram,.
    12-28-2013 12:11 PM
  10. Fuad Huda's Avatar
    not for me
    just try again,. Using with above proxy, and restart you phone.
    12-28-2013 12:12 PM
  11. Tonchi91's Avatar
    really i am not lie,. I get more iso if use nokia camera,. It's not hardware limitation, it's software limitation,. Like game need 1 gb ram can play in 512 ram,.
    Do you even know what ISO is?
    greedypnguin likes this.
    12-28-2013 12:50 PM
  12. greedypnguin's Avatar
    really i am not lie,. I get more iso if use nokia camera,. It's not hardware limitation, it's software limitation,. Like game need 1 gb ram can play in 512 ram,.
    Even if it says you have 1600 it will be the same as 800! Why'd you want so much ISO anyway, 100 is the normal setting for any camera
    12-28-2013 01:00 PM
  13. Fuad Huda's Avatar
    Do you even know what ISO is?
    iso ???? Control sensitive to light,.
    saurabhg likes this.
    12-28-2013 01:17 PM
  14. Fuad Huda's Avatar
    Even if it says you have 1600 it will be the same as 800! Why'd you want so much ISO anyway, 100 is the normal setting for any camera
    you right i am lose,. I just saying my opinion,.
    12-28-2013 01:18 PM
  15. SinisterJunkie's Avatar
    The ISO setting is changing the sensitivity to light of the image sensor, which will set the limit on what it can and can not do. Take identical pictures at both ISO 800 & ISO 1600 and there should be a significant difference. ISO 1600 is twice as sensitive to light as ISO 800, so the image should be significantly brighter, for the same amount of light and exposure setting, and the image should also be noticeably more grainy.
    12-28-2013 01:29 PM
  16. Fuad Huda's Avatar
    I just taking with lumia 520 Left iso 800 Right iso 1600
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    12-28-2013 02:30 PM
  17. uncletoma's Avatar
    just try again,. Using with above proxy, and restart you phone.
    I tried lotta and lotta times, in order to update Samsung App Folders with my Lumia 720, using both servers, but nothing.
    And according with XDA thread servers are still down.
    12-28-2013 03:13 PM
  18. Tonchi91's Avatar
    I just taking with lumia 520 Left iso 800 Right iso 1600
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    You are still stuborn. Ok and believe it if you want. I will say it just one more time.
    Nokia Camera is made for PureView models which have senzor that can take ISO 3200. Since it is made for PureView models only, application will always show you the ISO 3200 because the application does not expect that non PureView models will use it. That's why we have Nokia Camera Beta.

    As you can see your photos, both of them have the same brightness which is made by ISO 800. The second picture is blurred, only because your L520 does not have OIS (optical image stabilization). For that, start using tripods.
    Fuad Huda likes this.
    12-28-2013 03:28 PM
  19. Tonchi91's Avatar
    Even if it says you have 1600 it will be the same as 800! Why'd you want so much ISO anyway, 100 is the normal setting for any camera
    You will use ISO 100 if you are taking pictures in the day light. But if your are taking pictures in the low light conditions, you will use high ISO. ISO is connected with shutter speed which means the higher ISO you use, the longer will shutter speed be and you will get more light in your picture. Try to use ISO 800 in the day light and you will have white picture with high brightness or try to use ISO 100 in the low light conditions and your picture will be complete dark. It all depends on the conditions in which you are taking photos.
    12-28-2013 06:10 PM
  20. JaiMento's Avatar
    You will use ISO 100 if you are taking pictures in the day light. But if your are taking pictures in the low light conditions, you will use high ISO. ISO is connected with shutter speed which means the higher ISO you use, the longer will shutter speed be and you will get more light in your picture. Try to use ISO 800 in the day light and you will have white picture with high brightness or try to use ISO 100 in the low light conditions and your picture will be complete dark. It all depends on the conditions in which you are taking photos.
    ISO isn't connected to shutter speed. ISO determines how sensitive the sensor is to light. Shutter speed determines the length of time the sensor is exposed to light.

    Edit: Aperture determines how much light is passed through to the sensor.

    Yes, in a way, they are all connected, but not in the way you are suggesting.

    Lower aperture allows more light to pass through, but loses details in the distance. Higher ISO allows more light to be absorbed, but can lead to more noise. Slower shutter speed allows for more time for light to pass through, but captures all motion.
    Last edited by JaiMento; 12-28-2013 at 06:59 PM.
    12-28-2013 06:45 PM
  21. Tonchi91's Avatar
    Nokia Camera application is smart application. If you turn ISO on (move from default), you can notice that if you point your camera to something that is in the day light, application will automatically change the shutter speed. It will automatically show you 4,0s if you point your camera to something that is in the very low light condition and around 1/3s if you are in the day light condition. That I was meant when I said that ISO is connected to shutter speed.
    12-29-2013 08:00 AM
  22. SinisterJunkie's Avatar
    This is also the reason the if you want to compare images taken with two different ISO setting you have to force all the other settings to be the same. No Auto, or the Camera app will do it's best to compensate.
    Tonchi91 likes this.
    12-29-2013 08:18 AM
  23. JaiMento's Avatar
    Nokia Camera application is smart application. If you turn ISO on (move from default), you can notice that if you point your camera to something that is in the day light, application will automatically change the shutter speed. It will automatically show you 4,0s if you point your camera to something that is in the very low light condition and around 1/3s if you are in the day light condition. That I was meant when I said that ISO is connected to shutter speed.
    I get what you're saying, but that happens because your shutter speed is set to auto, not because of your ISO setting.
    12-29-2013 09:27 AM
  24. Shreyash Johri's Avatar
    Hi Friends I just got Nokia Camera officialy In My Lumia 625 Apps From Nokia On 14-1-2014.Its True
    01-13-2014 11:16 PM
  25. Tonchi91's Avatar
    Hi Friends I just got Nokia Camera officialy In My Lumia 625 Apps From Nokia On 14-1-2014.Its True
    You are not the only one. When I went to Nokia Collection in the store, I found that I can install Nokia Camera (not Nokia Camera Beta) on my L820. Can anyone tell me what's the deal since WP Central didn't report anything on this?
    01-15-2014 08:00 PM
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