Originally Posted by ejb222
Nah, why dont you work on actually helping people who you think you know more than rather than being a jerk can insulting them.
English still horrid. But let me break it down for you:
* You were originally rude to a friend of mine on here and came from a place of ignorance
* I reciprocated.
* You continued being rude to me, still from a place of ignorance
* You repeatedly made claims that Jason and I said things that we never did, and at times the complete opposite of what I've actually said
* Now that you're in a corner, you're criticizing me for being rude when you were the original instigator in the first place
So in short, your stance boils down to:
"Boo hoo I'm always right and you can't be mean to me!"
Originally Posted by perfectblade
sure it's not really ideal. but the thing is, would you rather have zero zoom (aka digital zoom only) or some zoom even with flaws. i think they can improve this technology over time as well. either way, though it's not perfect, it vastly expands the range of photographs you can take with your camera
Personally I'd rather have 10-15MP on that camera. A 1920x1080 print roughly correlates to 2MP, so you still would have a ton of space to work with in regards to cropping/digital zoom. Meanwhile, you'd see a very noticeable difference in image quality, esp at high ISO. Besides, I'd argue that the biggest flaw of camera phones isn't their resolutions but their image quality, esp with regards to noise-to-signal ratio. People in my social circles (early 20s, fresh out of college) tend to go out at night more than we do during the daytime, and consequently our camera phones are more often used in low light situations where image noise (that "grain" you see in low light shots) becomes a huge issue.
The Lumia 1020 camera itself is a good camera (I never claimed it was horrible), but it could have been much better. IMO, I think they ran in the wrong direction with it. They could have easily used a 15MP sensor ("Double the resolution of the iPhone 5!") and with that resolution there would be clearer IQ, esp with the improvements Nokia made to that sensor already. It could have been one hell of a "social life" phone.Edited by r31ncarnat3d - 9/13/13 at 11:09am