Tech Tuesday: A Closer Look at the Nokia Lumia 1020 Camera

By: Kristen Guilfoos Email
By: Kristen Guilfoos Email

Last week we looked at the Nokia Lumia 1020, and now we look more deeply at the camera and a great accessory.

With the camera grip you can connect the device to a tripod and bring extra battery power with you.

The grip makes the device more like a point and shoot camera, with a specialized button for taking photos that also makes taking one handed shots a breeze.

Nokia Smart Camera includes several imaging features, such as Best Shot, Change Faces, Action Shot, Motion Focus and Remove Moving Objects.

With the Nokia Smart Camera app you can create many different and amazing photos from just one set of photos.

When you press the camera shutter key within Nokia Smart Camera, your phone will capture a series of 10 photos in a 2.5 second time frame.

If you consider that an average human eye takes between 300 and 400 milliseconds to complete a blink, those 2.5 seconds worth of photos can capture an array of images.