Nokia X7 8 MegaPixel Camera Test, Power of Full Focus – Hong Kong

5. September 2011 at 08:52


The Nokia X7 was also with me last time when I’m in Hong Kong for a Nokia event. And due to the majestic places and views of Hong Kong, I was tempted to take snaps everywhere using the device. Of course, Nokia X7 didn’t let me down, I really love almost all shots. Detail is crisp and very natural. 

Nokia E6 Camera Review – Prowess of Full Focus on Landscape and HD Video Shooting

23. July 2011 at 14:40

Nokia E6 is equipped with 8 monstrous mega pixels camera sensor that uses ‘full focus’ technology. Even though it’s a dicey decision made by Nokia to have FF on Nokia E6 because of lacking the auto focusing feature that is important to close up shooting, but still

Testing The 8MP Full Focus Camera of Nokia E6 in QR code and image Scanning – Symbian App UpCode

15. July 2011 at 16:52

Nokia E6 is one of the prime business smart phones in Nokia’s latest Eseries line up. Therefore it’s much expected to aide and answer our needs in enterprise solutions and daily tasks as professional or working bees with the thirst for speed typing in mobile experience.

Nokia C7 Camera Review – Full Focus and HD Video

27. December 2010 at 04:19

Nokia E52 vs C7 (1)The latest batch of Nokia smartphones are said to bring the answers to our thirst for lack of software and hardware satisfaction. Likewise, we are currently seeing the best hardware (and software?) offerings from Nokia. Further more, the big four of Nokia, mainly the Nokia N8, Nokia E7, Nokia C7 and Nokia C6-01, have their distinct and innovative features that other manufacturers cannot offer. But the question is if these features will satisfy you?

How To Take Macro Shots on Full Focus Camera

21. December 2010 at 10:43

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Nokia is now pushing new generation of Full Focus technology on some of their devices because of the necessity for slimmer design and other purposes. But the main caveat to consider is the lack of auto-focus leaving only up to 50cm for minimum full focus on still images. It may sound like a drawback for other people but it has definitely an advantage in many areas.