Just a post without any comparison this time, just the best shots I've been capturing with the Huawei P8 so far - although you'll see a few of these shots in future posts as well. But first, I'll share a bit more of my thoughts on the Camera UI - some of it is easy, some of it quite confusing.
In this post you'll see four scenes I captured with six different smartphone cameras in quite dull weather. Contenders are a few "classics" : Nokia 808 PureView, Nokia Lumia 1020 and Nokia Lumia 1520, from last year the prestigious Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 and two "new kids on the block": the Huawei P8 and Samsung Galaxy S6.
It's been a while. The previous poll - what is the very best smartphone camera since 2012 - has been online for ages bringing an overwhelming victory for the Nokia 808 PureView with a whopping 52% of the votes
In this post you'll see what I recently discovered in the results of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1. Considering the way I work with the device, it's quite a serious issue: the .JPG compression appears to be a lot worse when you use the Manual settings of the device.
In this post you will see three views on Warsaw, captured from the 30th floor of the Palace of Culture and Science in the heart of the city. On my way up, I brought the good old Nokia 808 PureView, the prestigious Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 and both the brand new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Huawei P8.
Last time I was in Warsaw was in 2007 and I carried the Nokia N95. I just checked the pictures from back then - in fact they are quite a big different from what we're used to these days, but I can't help noticing the photographer was even a lot worse :-)
In this post you'll see more or less the exact same antique store I captured some time ago with six different smartphone cameras - see the post here. This time you'll see the brand new Huawei P8 compared its predecessor, the Huawei Ascend P7 - for some reason Huawei simply dropped the "Ascend" brand.
In this video you will see a demonstration of the Super Night mode of the new Huawei P8. I recently received a sample after the announcement in London and I think it's the same technology we may look forward to in the Honor 6 Plus from which I've seen pretty impressive examples as well already (Honor is a sub-brand from Huawei).