Mobot Takes a Look at the Nokia 808 PureView’s Sensor

March 1, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Camera Phones | 1 Comment |
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Mobot has published a very interesting write-up by Martin James on the much-talked-about 41-megapixel sensor found in the Nokia 808 PureView smartphone. Accompanied by a helpful sensor size comparison chart - reproduced above with kind permission from Mobot.net -, the piece takes a look at the relationship between sensor size, pixel pitch and image quality. Written in a clear, easy-to-follow style, the article is well worth a read.

Website: The bigger picture: the Nokia 808 PureView’s massive image sensor compared



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#1 Chris Y

From the diagram above, we can obviously see that the sensor size of most Compact camera available nowadays include some 'coming soon' product of most popular camera manufacturer company...

..until this new era of 2012 but still using sensor size with only 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) it is so so tiny and small!!
>>as a result even 10 to 14 megapixel produce only very limited detail!!!

but still need price of around $300 to $500
~sad... :(

Is still not worth for that kind of image quality!!

Those branded camera company still need improvement especially in compact camera!!
If not i guess, phone cameras can even better than cameras!! Until the end...no one will buy compact camera anymore!!

3:32 pm - Thursday, March 1, 2012