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Topic # 5335 20-Oct-2005 10:41
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Take a look at here...

Nokia announced their next wave of fashion phone, followed the success of their 7260, 7270, and 7280...

sporting 7380 with mirror finish.... and keyless navigation, and individual indepedent voice recognition/dialing and with 2MP camera.

7270, Nokia's first swivel, sporting 1.3MP and 8x digital zoom with 2" QVGA (240x320)...

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Reply # 21792 20-Oct-2005 11:33
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I tell you what... Digital zoom is the most useless feature in a camera phone. The lenses are already bad enough to give a distorted picture, and digital zoom manages to scramble any hint of an image on this.

I actually don't use the camera that much - just have it because there's no model without these days...





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  Reply # 21798 20-Oct-2005 12:40

digital zoom is a waste of time, I would rather take an image with a decent vamera and then attempt to zoom

sharp 903 has optical zoom and apparently a crap lens. its coming before christmas too for around $1349

anyway back on topic

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 21800 20-Oct-2005 12:53
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i agree... i dont use digital zoom at all... regardless what build/model/devices.. digital zoom is bad!



funny though most digital stuff are good, but when it comes to imaging/optical-related stuff, digital is bad?! Why? LOL




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  Reply # 22110 26-Oct-2005 22:40
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SNicolle: digital zoom is a waste of time, I would rather take an image with a decent vamera and then attempt to zoom

sharp 903 has optical zoom and apparently a crap lens. its coming before christmas too for around $1349

anyway back on topic


Its already available in stores now :) And yes at $1349

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