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[PHOTOS] Post Your Pictures and Videos & Share Your 4.4.1 I mean 4.4.2 experiences!

10th October 2013, 01:41 PM |#1  
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Post your Nexus 5 photos, videos, bugs and camera experiences!



Nexus 5 Camera Specifications:

8MP Sony CMOS IMX179 sensor (3264 x 2448 max resolution)
1/3.2" sensor area, 1.4μm sensor pixels
F2.4 aperture, 4mm focal length (35mm equivalent: 30.4mm)
Optical image stabilization (InvenSense IDG-2020 dual-axis gyroscope, same as LG G2)
Front facing camera: 1.3MP 1/6" Aptina MT9M114B CMOS sensor

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10th October 2013, 01:51 PM |#2  
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Looks promising
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10th October 2013, 03:11 PM |#3  
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First off, the second pic...wow!!

These look amazing! If the new Nexus had this quality, I'd be one happy camper! The rest is gravy!
10th October 2013, 05:47 PM |#4  
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I just hope it is better than the one on Nexus 4 as that one is pretty bad.

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10th October 2013, 06:08 PM |#5  
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I just hope it is better than the one on Nexus 4 as that one is pretty bad.

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But better than the galaxy nexus, that's for sure!
11th October 2013, 02:24 AM |#6  
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Nexus 4 sensor specs (rumor at this point):
8MP Sony CMOS IMX179
1.4μm sensor pixels

I think you meant 5.
11th October 2013, 07:17 AM |#7  
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I think you meant 5.

could go either way at this point... N4 2013!

nice pics though, hard to tell how they stack up without comparing to other cams though. Also while the sensor seems solid we know nothing about the N5 optic stack which is just as important if not more so.
11th October 2013, 08:39 AM |#8  
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Great pics, but there's a lot of noise on that blue sky.
Indoor shots have surprisingly low noise though.
11th October 2013, 09:10 AM |#9  
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if it looks as good as in those shots, it's a must buy. especially if it's priced at $299
11th October 2013, 10:34 AM |#10  
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Great pics, but there's a lot of noise on that blue sky.
Indoor shots have surprisingly low noise though.

There's some noise due to welcomed minimal post-processing, but it's uniform not color, which is good news. The IMX179 does pretty well up to ISO 400, from ISO640 and above of course noise becomes significant (still uniform). Then again; I'd put it around the iPhone 5 level which is more than satisfying. Hoping for the same F2.0 lens on the Nex5.


Low light MX3 shots:









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