Nokia issues apology over photo samples shot for Lumia 920
| by Aaron Almeida |
The Nokia Lumia 920 was recently unveiled at the Nokia World 2012 event, and it was received quite well. A feature of the mobile phone that stands out is the PureView technology used for its camera. However, since the unveiling of the handset, this device has been marred by conspiracy theories. Various blogs claim that the handset was not the one used while capturing videos and sample images. Earlier, Nokia apologised for the video captured. Now, according to a comment on our site, it appears that the brand has broadened its apology to include the photographs as well. Nokia states that the photographs were obtained from the same video that was used for the trailer.
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The evidence that possibly closes the case (DSLR circled in red)
Sarhan explains how Nokia got it wrong, “It’s impossible for a camera with a fixed aperture of f/2 to generate so many spikes from a light source. These kind of diffractions are typical of a DLSR camera with a smaller aperture like f/22. So, it makes perfect sense that if Nokia were to fake the video, they would also fake the stills; which they almost certainly have.”
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