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Friday, 10 January 2014

Nokia Lumia 1020 - a mini review

I took the plunge, just before Christmas I dumped my rather battered iPhone, having gone thru 3 screens and left with a phone that only worked on hands free.

I'd rather fancied the Nokia Lumia 1020 for a while, with its monster camera lens, I wanted something to use in the plane with GPS for location identification because you spot things and you can struggle on identification of what you have shot.

So here are a few shots, some edited with the Nokia software, with RAW support coming shortly what I'm giving a big thumbs up can only get even better.

First off, the Nokia Lumia 1020 is great in low light, a couple of cave shots - no flash used.

Cathedral Quarry, Little Langdale

Cathedral Quarry, Little Langdale

A gloomy aircraft hanger, Urban Spaceman nervously trudging to his first and long overdue flight with Captain Pugwash.

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Another low light pic, a night shot of the winter fair in Bolton.

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Finally a few daytime shots, all gloomy weather - I'm bit guilty of tilty-shifty messing about with the phones editing app.

 Barton Moss Community Protection Camp

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oh, one more - from the plane, ground speed about 100 mph-ish, unedited and taken in failing light.

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- Can't wait for the RAW support.

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