T3: It's really too bad that Nokia only uses Windows OS (and now is owned by Microsoft). If Nokia offered Android versions of their devices, I'd buy them. They make good hardware. I'm just not interested in Windows Phone 8 or Windows 8. And a lot of people feel the same way: like the Nokia hardware, don't like the Windows OS,
I actually hope they don't offer this on android. I like the windows OS and hope that these excellent cameras will help build up a strong user base.
I look forward to similar articles when the next android, windows phone and blackberry operating system updates are released
Installed the trial version of photoshop CC as I was interested to know whether camera shake reduction could help salvage a few important photos that had a little too much shake. Sadly I didn't find it very helpful and therefore will be sticking with CS5 - the software I own
VivaLasVegas: Same old SLT technology, a Van Gogh machine needing a modern set of brushes at high ISOs. The AWB is extreme off too. Oh please, don't blame DPR staff, only if DPR gives gold for specs.
Another predictably negative response from yourself
Sorry I meant to mention - New Zealand
I think the review is spot on. With such a thorough analysis it is easy to draw your own conclusion and determine which of the pros and cons are important to you. I'm looking for a compact which will potentially photograph the aurora at mid latitudes. F1.8 at the widest setting with good ISO ability sets it apart from others for this purpose however I don't think it goes quite wide enough for my liking. I would have liked ability to add ND grad filters and an intervalometer.