with the Nokia 920 are really good quality. Jpegs are a bit tricky to load into Photoshop, mainly as I'm missing all the Nokia Software and am dragging images off the phone by using it as an extra drive on my computer. There are problems with the blue areas in that if you push them they do get that granular over processed 'jpeg' look. Having a RAW option would be nice but what the heck, we are talking Point and Shoot here, the simplest way to take an image, half press, wait till it focuses and blam, on the card. As a city street snapper this is quite a good machine, most people don't bat an eyelid as you hold up your phone as opposed to poking a stonking big SLR straight into their chops would induce scurrying and head turning. in many ways it makes or helps you become a more honest photographer, non of this 'shooting from the hip' stuff that seems to dominate street shooting at the moment. In fact there is no hiding place for this big Ferrari red shiny block of a machine, I found that once you hold it up to take a shot more people actually look towards it. So as a 'hiding in plain site' street shooting camera I'd say that this is a good one. So some black and whites from the other day, just given a wafty once over in CS6. If you want to see what the results of a 2 hour walk around Manchester look like...well then here they are ......Nokia 920 Manchester wander.
So on to test the Nokias low light capabilities, it seems to be one of it's strengths.....
On a processing note... +3 in CS6's lens correction filter will sort out most of the distortion that the 26mm Carl Zeiss gives....
What's all this then????
An unyeilding torrent of Photo babbel full of unconfirmed facts and manufactured photo drivel.. take from it what you like, it won't change the world but may leave you feeling nauseous...