The Carl Zeiss in your Nokia Mobile Devices


Nokia’s technological expertise and understanding of the1302590075147 mobile devices market, combine with the Carl Zeiss’ leading-edge expertise in optical and lens solutions, makes the two companies and ideal fit.

Both companies have collaborated since 2005, providing camera phones that excel in their picture quality, resulting in mobile devices with best-in-class optical features such as a variable aperture that permits great picture taking in all light conditions, a mechanical shutter for pictures with less motion blur and a high-end sensor for higher resolution.

Zeiss Tessar Lenses in Mobile Devices

Zeiss Tessar lenses which correspond to the classic four-element design invented in 1902.

Despite its small size, the special features this lens include its high definition, low chromatic aberration and high speed.

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The Megapixel Myth

When it comes to taking digital photos. it doesn’t matter how large the number of pixel, it’s the quality of the lens and the sensor that count.

A high resolution sensor with a low quality lens can only capture low quality pictures in high resolution, which is useless if you brag your mobile phone has a higher MP. Also the image quality does not only depend on the number of sensor pixel but also the quality of each pixel displayed. The displayed pixel size changes according to the physical size and properties of the display device.

 

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4 thoughts on “The Carl Zeiss in your Nokia Mobile Devices

    1. junecrisfrye says:

      If your network operator has stored your number on the SIM, then you should be able to find it by going to: Contacts > Options > SIM contacts > SIM directory. Once you’re there, hit options and choose “My numbers” – hope that helps!

    2. junecrisfrye says:

      If your network operator has stored your number on the SIM, then you should be able to find it by going to: Contacts > Options > SIM contacts > SIM directory. Once you’re there, hit options and choose “My numbers” – hope that helps!

    3. junecrisfrye says:

      f your network operator has stored your number on the SIM, then you should be able to find it by going to: Contacts > Options > SIM contacts > SIM directory. Once you’re there, hit options and choose “My numbers” – hope that helps!

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