Picture this: you’re out with your friends. You’ve brought your camera along to capture all the fun. Suddenly, something happens that you know would just make the perfect memory of your time together. You start fumbling with your camera. Pick up. Turn on. Focus. Zoom in. Frame. Snap. Too late.
In the time it took you to get your snap, the moment has passed. A photo that would have made a wonderful memento of your time together has now left you looking at something else entirely. And no matter how many times you try to recreate that perfect moment, nothing looks better on camera than real, spontaneous fun.
Never miss the moment again
What if you could capture as much as possible of your surroundings in really sharp detail? You would only have to point and shoot, and leave the picture zooming and tuning for later?
Now it is. With the launch of the Nokia Lumia 1020, you can get snap-happy in the moment and worry about the type of image you want to frame out of the moment later. The secret? The Nokia Pro Camera mode, which makes full use of the Lumia 1020’s 41 megapixel camera sensor.
High resolution of this kind means that at the push of the shutter button, the camera takes in so much information that you can think about how to zoom your photo after you’ve actually taken it.
The technology that makes this possible is called oversampling, which packs seven pixels worth of information into one. The result is a high-resolution photo so detailed that you can zoom really far into it and create new sharp and clear images out of the details.