Here’s some photos I dug out from my trip to Miami, taken with three different cameras: a Nokia N82, Nokia N95, and FujiFilm Z5fd. You probably already know that the N82/N95 are 5 megapixel CMOS cameras with Carl Zeiss optics, but the Z5fd is a relative unknown 6 megapixel ultraportable with a SuperCCD sensor.
A photo comparison between the Nokia N95/N82 and FujiFilm Z5fd.
As expected, pictures taken by the N82 and N95 cameras were noticeably similar, although the N95′s flash added an annoying slight bluish tint to all my photos. In the end, it seemed like the N82 took more true-to-life pictures than either of the other two cameras, especially judging by the Miami skyline picture. While the Z5fd took just “okay” pictures, the camera did have one cool feature that I wish other cameras would implement – the ability to take two quick shots, one with flash and one without.
Ah, it’s too bad that the N82 is a candy bar. If Nokia made a comparable flip phone I’d jump on that in a second.