Posts tagged ‘12 Megapixel’

Nokia 12 Megapixel Cameraphone Released

nokiaNokia is on the verge of releasing their flagship cameraphone which sports a whoppingf 12MP sensor and Carl Zeis optics.  Also running a new release of their Symbian OS.   Supposedly the press event announcing this is Tomorrow, April 13th, so stay tuned Nokia nuts.  We’ll update this post then.

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NTT DoCoMo / Fujitsu F-01B waterproof 12 Megapixel camera phone

Right behind Samsung, Sony-Ericsson, and Casio; Fujitsu joins the ranks of manufacturers producing 12MP camera phones (which we think are totally superfluous).Fujitsu-F-10B_03 What’s special about this one is that it’s water resistant up to 1.5 meters (4.9 feet).  So no more concerns of dropping your phone in the toilet!

No word on the Image quality out yet.  The camera featues Auto-focus, and 6.2X “Super Zoom” (This must be some wacky Japanese term for digital zoom).  Since this, like the Casio,  is a clam-shell style phone there is less thickness for lens depth than the Sony-Ericsson and Samsung models.

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Kodak EasyShare M381: 12 Megapixels and lots of image quality problems

easyshareM381Despite the 12 megapixel sensor it packs, this low-budget ($170) camera appears plagued with numerous image quality issues.  The review rules it “acceptable for casual snapshots”.  (Read: it could be a LOT better)

“In my informal tests for image quality, I noticed inconsistencies in exposure. Shots taken within a few seconds of each other in the Smart Capture mode varied noticeably; some images looked fine, while others seemed overexposed.”

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12 Megapixel shoot out: Sony Ericsson Satio Vs. Samsung Pixon12

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Sony Ericsson prevails in a close battle between 12 Megapixel camera phones

“The Sony Ericsson phone has captured the more natural looking image with brighter and, more importantly, more natural colours.”

“both cameras on the tested phones are incredible, proving that this wasn’t just a case of upping the Megapixel count to sell more handsets.   …  I found the Sony Ericsson Satio offers the best all round package. The 28mm wide angle lens of the Samsung Pixon12 is more of a hindrance than a positive addition as everything in your viewfinder is consequently smaller so you’ll find yourself having to zoom in to match the size of the Satio (which in turn impacts on the quality of the photo). Whilst a close run race, for me the Satio just edges it. The ease of use, larger display and more natural looking results are ultimately more important than the Pixon12’s smile detection and range of scene settings.”

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