Image stabilization test Nokia Lumia 920 vs iPhone 5, Galaxy S III and HTC One X.


Nokia Lumia 920 got announced with most controversial style with an add showing Device’s camera ability to stabilize video captured in motion. The add was spotted fake and it starts a new debate about the whole Nokia campaign. Engadget did a great job in publishing the comparison tests video that shows Nokia claims aren’t that wrong, and the camera phone justifies that it is the best smartphone that has the best Video Stabilization feature added to it’s 8.7 Megapixel Pureview camera mounted at the back of the  device.

Smartphone camera test

For the test Nokia Lumia 920 has to face with the other giants in the market, the most anticipated comparison was with The Apple’s iPhone 5 which is the fastest sold device making 5 Million sales in just 5 days. Adding to that Apple’s only contender in sales department Samsung’s Galaxy S III also showed up, which has one of the best camera. Moreover HTC One X was also taken into the competition making it tougher for Lumia 920 to pass the claims made by Nokia.

[viddler id=c951803a w=545 h=307]

One-on-One Image stabilization test showed us that Lumia has a better Video stabilization feature than the latest Apple’s iPhone 5. That might be due to Lumia’s Optical image stabilization feature which is found more accurate than the iPhone’s Digital image stabilization technique. However Lumia’s camera has an edge as it is supported with 8.7 Megapixel lens featured Pureview technology while iPhone 5 have a 8 Megapixel camera which isn’t that smart.

Comparing it with Galaxy S III and HTC One X, Lumia still showed some great results. For a camera phone to have that kind of video stabilization is quite a positive boost. This test shows that Nokia is still far better than other smartphone makers in making a better camera phone, From Nokia N8 to Nokia 808 Pureview, Nokia sets the standards which others are following.

[viddler id=315f91d9 w=545 h=307]
[viddler id=6820406a w=545 h=307]

counter for wordpress