Nokia 808 Pureview

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I need something small, fairly capable. Mostly artsy snaps, macro, landscape, street, travel and an ocassional action or zoom shot. Not doing much indoors or night. Raw is good but not necessary. Bracketing for HDR is important to me. Easy social sharing or in camera editing is not a concern. I prefer to edit my photos on pc/linux. I'm no photographer but rather a scientist/visual artist with a background in developing visualization/image processing software. Considering the low budget I've...
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Hello, everyone. I've been using a Nokia 808 PureView for a few months and the problem that it has with (mostly) high ISO shots is driving me insane, since the results are too unpleasant. It's a shame since the camera is otherwise incredibly good. Here it is with the phone held correctly (top half) and held upside down (bottom half): My question is this: have you fixed this by swapping the camera module of the phone, have you heard of anyone else doing this or is this a problem which simply...
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I'm going to Disney World in August and I'm considering my options for photos of my family.  I've considered either taking two devices one of pics and the other for apps and web or taking one phone and a new camera possibly.   I currently have the following devices: Nokia 808, Nokia 1020, Nexus 6 and a Lumia 950. Thoughts, suggestions, and constructive feedback welcome.
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So I've had a few questions rolling around in my head for a while now that I've been meaning to find answers to, but haven't found them via searching so I thought I'd ask here.My main question is this: given the power of smartphone processors these days and the relatively high bandwidth afforded by USB 3.0, would it make sense to have an ILC attachment for a smartphone that consisted simply of an interchangeable MFT or APS-C sensor, an interchangeable lens mount, a grip, and a holder to slide...
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