All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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28mm does not eat detail. Its just the focal length - its a wider angle lens, so you need to get closer to get the same field of view than you would with a 35mm lens.
Yes you are quite right, but when I want to take a picture with the 28mm N86 camera of a building across the street I should stay in the middle of the street to get as much details as a 35 mm cameraphone - dangerous, isn't it?

The same is applicable to a river or see - I have to jump into the river

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I'll take the N86 over the Pixon. Symbian OS, and a damn good camera. Those photos don't actually do either justice though, and the N86 actually comes off better. Lol.
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Yes you are quite right, but when I want to take a picture with the 28mm N86 camera of a building across the street I should stay in the middle of the street to get as much details as a 35 mm cameraphone - dangerous, isn't it?

The same is applicable to a river or see - I have to jump into the river
Well, kinda true ... but you'll have the same issue on any camera with fixed focal length. And both 28mm and 35mm are wide angle - not even slightly suitable for taking detailed pictures of buildings. You need a decent focal length for that.

Thats why I like my SLR with lenses ranging from 35 through to 450mm.

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And still the Pixon love goes on, in reply to a topic ABOUT THE N82 vs N86. 12mp will obviously take better photos than 8mp. Why keep going on about it?

Care to mention the Satio as well?

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yup, put the N86 against a satio, two new pieces of kit. not against an old phone, and yes i do have a N82, love it but would like something newer!

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N86 rulz :P

Not sure about n82 or samsungs 12mp phone, but I think n86 is great, the LED flash is good enough for me and lights up a massive area when in video mode. it has replaced my 35mm digi cam, as 28mm is heaps better, you dont have to walk back off a cliff to get everyone in the photo, also the other features are great with gps, wifi etc. all work really well, if you want to lug a slr around then fine, but for an all in one phone/camera/gps/internet this is all that I need. also I would have no need for more then 8mp. as i never print anything larger then an A4 anyway.
 

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