Lumia 920 Flickr collection surfaces


Lumia 920 low-light test

A Flickr page dedicated to the Lumia 920 just surfaced. On it users can browse a collection of photos taken with the new Nokia Lumia 920. The page was created by Alex Efimoff, a professional photographer, and seems to bring together photos taken by him with the new device as well as test photos taken by Nokia. As expected the photos are really good and they seem to range from low light  test photos to the ones in promotion material.

There's even one of Myriam from Engadget, and one from the low light test taken by the Verge team. You can view the entire gallery by hitting the source link below.

The Flickr page invites users to join in the fun and post their own photos to grow the collection so all we need now is the phone to hit the market, which is supposed to happen at the beginning of November.

So what do you think? Are these photos good or what?

Source: Flickr Via: WPCentral

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Okay Nokia, stop teasing us. Let us know how much it is, and when it will become available. This is my next phone, take my money!

I was so selled with this device that it would be my next device but the ram and no micro sd slot made me wait... I'll be sticking with my S2 for a while...

Well duh, of course Camera Phones are not going to replace DSLRs. But they're giving point and clicks and good hammering.

99.999% of people couldn't care less if their their photo was good enought to blow up and fill a whole billboard.

The 920 photo's look spectacular to me, I wouldn't use a DSLR if you GAVE it to me. Far too large and bulky to carry around, far too much fiddly settings to get right (and if you don't the photos are WORSE than a point and click) and a total waste of money for a 0.000001% improvement in picture quality.

These simple camera's make experts out of the average Joe.

ACTIONpack said,

Looks professional shot, to me.

yes, you'd have to be a professional with a tripod and thousands of dollars of equipment to get anything like that with a DSLR, yet anyone with the 920 can get it with just a simple click.

dvb2000 said,
99.999% of people couldn't care less if their their photo was good enought to blow up and fill a whole billboard.

The 920 photo's look spectacular to me, I wouldn't use a DSLR if you GAVE it to me. Far too large and bulky to carry around, far too much fiddly settings to get right (and if you don't the photos are WORSE than a point and click) and a total waste of money for a 0.000001% improvement in picture quality.

These simple camera's make experts out of the average Joe.

You have obviously never used a DSLR for anything worthy of using a DSLR.

dvb2000 said,

yes, you'd have to be a professional with a tripod and thousands of dollars of equipment to get anything like that with a DSLR, yet anyone with the 920 can get it with just a simple click.

Behind a great picture there is much more than just hardware........

McKay said,
Well duh, of course Camera Phones are not going to replace DSLRs. But they're giving point and clicks and good hammering.


Cheap point and click perhaps, but get up to the powershot 4000 series or the Nikon 3000 series, which are no longer expensive as cheap point and shoots are dying, and the more expensive ones have become cheap. And camera phones again are lagging badly, never mind these actually have a real flash. And they have stuff like the canon HS system for low light pictures.

dvb2000 said,
The 920 photo's look spectacular to me, I wouldn't use a DSLR if you GAVE it to me. Far too large and bulky to carry around, far too much fiddly settings to get right (and if you don't the photos are WORSE than a point and click)
camera phones are handy but modern dslrs are not that scary, they also have kinda auto settings, just focus and click will take a decent picture, the optics and larger sensor will do the magic for you.