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# 19750 28-Feb-2008 20:53
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I own an n95 8gb but before I bough this i owened an n95 classic (1).. Just wondering why it seems like my classic took better pictures than the 8gb. Mostly in landscaping photos. The pictures of the classic look much better in quality I would of tought the n95 8gb camera was going to be the same or even a lil better. N95 8gb still takes good pictuers but it seems like my classic did a better jobFrown also I liked the shutter on the classic with the n95 8gb the camera lens can get scratched really easy and i have to wipe in clean everytime i want to take a picture. I still love the bigger screen and the black and the 8gb but they could of atleast made lil more improvements for the price. And does any1 know when the symbiansigned.com page will let me create a certificarte?

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  # 113635 28-Feb-2008 21:00
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It is because N95 classic has received quite a few firmware updates. I am sure in time the N95 8GB will take very good photos. Remember, the classic had a horrible red tinge in the beginning until a firmware update fixed that:)

Both the classic and the 8GB have the same camera module.



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  # 113645 28-Feb-2008 21:11
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I see then i guess that is why bcause when i take a picture of an object far away it seems a lil blurry but when i took it with my classic it seems clear and perfect. And is there any possible way to turn of the red light the n95 video camera I know it is 4 knowing you are taking video but it bugs a lil

 
 
 
 


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  # 113658 28-Feb-2008 22:18
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mstg07: I see then i guess that is why bcause when i take a picture of an object far away it seems a lil blurry but when i took it with my classic it seems clear and perfect. And is there any possible way to turn of the red light the n95 video camera I know it is 4 knowing you are taking video but it bugs a lil


I don't think you can turn off the red light, unless you are smart enough to hack into the OS.  Best to leave it as is:)

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  # 113713 29-Feb-2008 09:32
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Paradoxsm here at the forums removed the red light, but I think that was a hardware hack, so not for the faint of heart!




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  # 113714 29-Feb-2008 09:36
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NZtechfreak: Paradoxsm here at the forums removed the red light, but I think that was a hardware hack, so not for the faint of heart!


Hardware hack?  Did he just stab the red light with a match stick?  Hehe sorry being silly... must be Friday:)

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  # 113722 29-Feb-2008 10:19
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heavenly_wild:
NZtechfreak: Paradoxsm here at the forums removed the red light, but I think that was a hardware hack, so not for the faint of heart!


Hardware hack?  Did he just stab the red light with a match stick?  Hehe sorry being silly... must be Friday:)


Word. TGIF.




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  # 113723 29-Feb-2008 10:20
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NZtechfreak:Word. TGIF.


Must be Friday if I said that. Bad-slang Friday baby!




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  # 114185 2-Mar-2008 18:50
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the retractable lens cover alone makes the classic's camera better than the 8gb's camera! nuff said.

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