Nokia is now shipping its first phones with its new PureView imaging technology: a 41-megapixel that the company says
“delivers breath-taking image quality at any resolution.” Pixel oversampling yields 5MP shots with “the sharpest images imaginable” and “superior low light performance,” the company claims. In this episode of the DIMAcast, Nokia’s Juha Alakarhu explains what went into developing the breakthrough sensor, and what it promises photography.
Alakarhu will be a speaker at the 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference in New York City on June 25-26.
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