Nokia’s latest EDoF camera demonstrates improvement with macro shots

Nokia’s second generation Extended Depth of Field (EDoF) camera was recently put through the wringer by the folks at All About Symbian, and for a technology that traditionally fails at macro shots, we’re happy to see that the engineers in Espoo have made dramatic advances with this second go-around. Using the same lens and sensor as before, we’re told the improvements come from a refined image processor alone. In a side-by-side comparison, this business was card snapped from 12-inches (30cm) away, first with a C7 and then a 701. While the new setup isn’t perfect, the difference is certainly appreciable. Of course, Nokia has all but ditched EDoF in its high end smartphones — as evidenced by our reviews of the N9 and Lumia 800 — but the technology remains very much alive within its lower-end affairs, and really, who doesn’t like to see improvement? For a complete breakdown of the new technology, be sure to hit up the source link below.

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