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Old February 27th, 2012, 12:36 PM
Andrew Stannard Andrew Stannard is offline
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Default The D800 outdone by a mobile phone....

Hi,

Don't know how many people have seen this, but the new Nokia 808 phone features a 41MP sensor!

The website link below has some good further information. For a phone, and presumably small sensor, the image quality looks very good (some high-res samples linked to near the bottom of the web link).

Will be interesting to see some reviews.

Note that despite the title of this post I'm not for one minute suggesting it will be better than a D800, but it's certainly interesting to see the technology!

http://image-sensors-world.blogspot....mp-sensor.html


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