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hey

just bought a Nokia N9 cyan 16 GB

now the camera quality taking photos and video are very grainy, and also viewing the phone from the side it is blue not white screen

here is screenshot of video
http://imgur.com/YqOKF

thanks
 
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Originally Posted by reker View Post
hey

just bought a Nokia N9 cyan 16 GB

now the camera quality taking photos and video are very grainy, and also viewing the phone from the side it is blue not white screen

here is screenshot of video
http://imgur.com/YqOKF

thanks
Clean the camera.
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my black 16gb same as yours after i went to beach last weekend ...

clean the cam it would be better
 
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The blue tint on the screen when viewing from an angle is because of the polarize filter coating the screen has.
I don't notice it anymore, mostly because I don't view my phone from an angle very often

Regards Dousan.

e: If you pick up a Lumia 800 it will be the same thing about the blue tint.
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Originally Posted by Dousan View Post
The blue tint on the screen when viewing from an angle is because of the polarize filter coating the screen has.
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e: If you pick up a Lumia 800 it will be the same thing about the blue tint.
It is the same with a Lumia 800 - I've had two of these and noticed just that! Slightly irritating when viewing lots of white web pages but there are worse things to live with.

Also slightly disappointed with the noise on the 800 camera (being a Zeiss lens and all, I was expecting top quality), but again, can't have everything!
 
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Also slightly disappointed with the noise on the 800 camera (being a Zeiss lens and all, I was expecting top quality), but again, can't have everything!
While its a Zeiss lens I've noticed the 800 has saturated colours instead of truer colours vs the N9 and of course the noise for some reason is worse on the 800 too... Speaking about WP7.8 here so I don't think they will be optimizing the software any further on that...
 
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While its a Zeiss lens I've noticed the 800 has saturated colours instead of truer colours vs the N9 and of course the noise for some reason is worse on the 800 too... Speaking about WP7.8 here so I don't think they will be optimizing the software any further on that...
The WP7.8 cam in the Lumia 800 is drastically lacking, having taken pictures with both the L800 and the N9, I can safely say that the L800 was a massively rushed product whereas the Nokia N9 was less rushed than the L800. Just my humble 2 cents.
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Originally Posted by reker View Post
hey

just bought a Nokia N9 cyan 16 GB

now the camera quality taking photos and video are very grainy, and also viewing the phone from the side it is blue not white screen

here is screenshot of video
http://imgur.com/YqOKF

thanks
When you shoot in lower light conditions ISO levels will be ramped up which results in noise. Try to shoot in daylight and compare.

With a small lens like in N9 you can't expect much when shooting indoors/dark. Given that, you can use something like rawcam, decrease ISO level and increase exposure time to get less grainy photos in low light.
 
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