It appears Nokia has faked part of a video that seems to be captured by its new steady-shooting flagship smartphone, the Lumia 920.
The phone features snazzy new camera technology called PureView. It’s designed to capture incredibly vivid high resolution images.
By using something Nokia calls “floating lens technology” the phone is said to take in five times more light than other smartphones and offer image stabilization to reduce camera shake.
In a statement, Nokia’s vice president of Smart Devices said PureView will capture pictures “usually only seen on a standalone SLR camera.”
But when filming a promotional video for the new Lumia 920, it seems they used a standalone SLR camera to capture images that the smartphone did, according to the Verge.
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