Not too bad if I may say so myself.
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Tour around Bollywood Veggies after breakfast. Other than the unforgiving weather, it was a pretty cool place. I think Jo will want to go back in the future, at least for the homebrew drinks. Bought back their banana bread.
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Some shots taken with Hipstamatic during the D’Kranji trip. More photos to follow.
It’s not that bad right? See original.
I think most people already know I’m a mobile photography advocate. I believe camera phones will replace conventional point-and-shoot cameras one day. I’m really satisfied with the results of my N82. As more people move towards using SLRs and what used to be PnSs slowly advance towards pro-sumer quality, so must the camera phone advance as well.
The N86 is Nokia‘s latest offer of a decent camera phone. It comes with higher resolution, CMOS sensor, larger and variable aperture, a shorter focus length and Carl Zeiss Optics lens. It lost the Xenon flash of the N82 but comparisons below will show that that’s not an issue.
The shot comparisons have indicated that the N86 has better colour reproduction and it comes with a kick stand now! No more performing weird tricks to get your camera to stand. How the designers missed the fact that their camera has an auto-timer but can’t stand is beyond me.
Anyone knows if the N82 is out in Singapore and how much is it? I’m eligible for a mobile on my contract with a top-up or wait till February without.