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Damian Dinning Flickr set with the N8

September 17, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

It would appear that post-Nokia World, Mr Dinning, the man in charge of the Camera and imaging features on the soon to be released N8 ( seems like we’ve been hearing that all year!!) has put up a ~140 photo Flickr set of images taken with the N8. The majority are photos that we’ve all yet to see and some demonstrate the brilliance of the engineers over at Nokia.

One more photo below and a link to the entire set.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinning/sets/72157624971870802/

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  1. IBZTER
    September 17, 2010 at 7:02 pm

    Some really good shots in there… hope that the n8 initial firmware isn’t disappointing and buggy like the ol’ n97… will wait for user reviews though before even considering to invest on nokia devices again (after previous “flagship” upsets)…

    Hope this time nokia gets it right, or at least close to it.. XD

  2. mj
    September 17, 2010 at 9:11 pm

    that house of marbles photo, has a DoF effect. I thought everything was meant to be in focus.

    • Rant
      September 17, 2010 at 9:45 pm

      I think you’re mistaking with an EDoF lens with which everything is indeed in focus. However that is a cheap alternative to the autofocus unit that is in the N8. Ever notice that every professional lens is capable of sharpening the foreground and blurring the background?
      It is exactly what our eyes do, focus on the foreground (or background) and the rest gets blurry.

      This type of lens allows for much more ‘artsy’ pictures, thus this being the better lens.

      On another note, damn: falling in love with the N8 just for the camera. But that E7 is oh so tempting and then the N9 which is just utterly amazing.

      Sent from my Nokia N9

      • styles
        September 18, 2010 at 1:27 am

        N9? are u BSing us?!

        1 Question:

        Is it worth it to wait for the N9?? Im ready to jump ship other mobile makers/OS. Im just waiting for N8 review in couple of weeks.

  3. Murble
    September 18, 2010 at 1:17 am

    Rant :
    Sent from my Nokia N9

    Hey, no fair hogging the time machine! Bring some N9 back for the rest of us!

  4. September 18, 2010 at 7:45 am

    Murble :

    Rant :
    Sent from my Nokia N9

    Hey, no fair hogging the time machine! Bring some N9 back for the rest of us!

    ditto!

    Great photos! Can’t believe I walked past Damien a few times not realising he was Damien. Did this with countless other people who I did not recognize in persons. I can’t wait to test out the N8s cam. The only thing it misses out on for me is optical zoom and autofocus video. The former could be achieved with smart cropping and the latter is being worked on possibly for future firmware release.

  5. Rant
    September 19, 2010 at 7:19 pm

    Holy crap, just got some heavy stuff coming down from my supervisors for that N9 post. Sorry guys, I had a N9, but that was for testing ONLY. accidently posted here with it. Thus having the Sent with my.. added.

    Amazign phone however, well worth the wait even without the new firmware coming with mr. Skillman design. 🙂

    • webby
      September 20, 2010 at 12:38 am

      I hope you don’t get fired.

      Sent from my Nokia N999 super-duper phone from my imagination.

      • Rant
        September 20, 2010 at 10:15 am

        Whaaaaat!?!? You already have that prototype. Man, you must be even higher up the tree than me. 😦

        Hope there will be some announcement of the N9 soon, or leak for that matter. Can’t wait any longer. :/

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