Impressive: Nokia 808 PureView Cinemastyle!

I saw just pointed to this very impressive cinemastyle video, shot with the Nokia 808 PureView. It's made by Chris West,  WackedWest on YouTube - and once more I think the quality is absolutely stunning.

I will quote in full what's added to the video on YouTube, since there's a lot of technical explanation that might interest you too.

Remember to choose 1080p for highest quality! This is just a test I made for myself so I could see how a mobilephone could hold up as a cinema camera.

Another stunning video by Topolino70

Sometimes words fail to describe my amazement about the work Topolino70 shares on YouTube - see all my posts about him here. He added one video today with an extreme close-up of a Rose Chafer beetle.

I don't know how he does it, I can only hope he is willing to react on this post, because, well, I'm stunned and I'm quite sure you will be to after you've seen this: a Rose Chafer succeeding in getting on his feet. Choose for the 1080p resolution if your connection is fast enough!

Androidworld (!) Italy reviews the Nokia 808

So what if you blog for a website that is dedicated to Android, but you are in love with the Nokia 808 PureView at the same time? You compare the camera of the Nokia 808 with that of four different high-end Android smartphones.

In this case the website compares the Samsung Galaxy S III, LG Optimus 4X HD, Motorola RAZR and the Sony Xperia S (the only one to boast a 12MP resolution). Even the camera of the Nokia Lumia 800 has been taken into account also, because the reviewer carried it with him anyway.


Sorry, but the pun was too tempting not to use. Here's a video bu Kimmo Juoperi of a wasp and his colleague devouring two raspberries, shot with the Nokia 808 PureView, of course. It's fascinating to see how one especially eats a remarkable whole in one of the pieces of fruit in what only seems to be a few minutes time.

Topolino70: beautiful butterflies

It would become quite boring if his work wasn't so brilliant. Topolino70 - yes, him again - just uploaded a video on YouTube that is once more breathtaking.

His choice of music - always excellent as well - is this time piano music by the French composer Claude Debussy, an Arabesque that fits the action well: butterflies dancing around in Tampere's Arboretum. Astonishing shots, again. Enjoy!