Seemingly, but no . . . !

Jeg har tidvis nevnt at jeg har påvist noen små ‘utilstrekkeligheter’ i mitt nye mobil-kamera, og – kanskje er det på tide å peke på hvorfor jeg ikke alltid er like fornøyd?
Som dere husker, tok jeg en tur på ettersommeren til den vakre Haverdalen på Dovre?
Og selv om jeg i hovedsak brukte min Olympus M-1 på turen, så klikket jeg av et og annet bilde med telefonen – nettopp for å kunne sammenligne bilder på stor skjerm ved en senere anledning! Og – idag har dagen kommet!
Tilsynelatende er dette bildet helt OK? Men legg merke til den intense blåfargen øverst til venstre? Hadde dere sett hele bildet (uten konvertering til 16:9), så ville dere ha sett en tilsvarende effekt også til høyre. Å fotografere med brennvidde på bare 4 mm har sine begrensninger! Vil dere sammenligne, så finner dere bildene fra Haverdalen her!
From time to time I’ve mentioned something about a few ‘shortcomings’ regarding my new camera-phone? And perhaps it’s time to focus on why I’m not always 100% satisfied?
You’ll remember that late in the summer I made a roundtrip across the plains at Dovre and into the beautiful ‘Haver Valley’? And even if I was using my Olympus M-1 most of the time, I dis shoot a couple of pictures with my then brand new camera phone!
My intentions being to compare these pictures on a larger screen. And today is perhaps the day to do just that? To photograph using a
Appearantly this picture looks quite OK at first glance? Please observe the intense blue color at the top left corner? If you were able to see the full picture (before converting it to 16:9) you would have observed a similar effect to ther right top corner!
To use a focal length of only 4 mm really has its side effects! If you want to compare, you might find a nearly identical picture (from the report) here!

På samme måte måtte jeg jo over fjellviddene for å komme meg inn i Haverdalen? Også her tok jeg et par bilder med mobilkameraet. Også her ser dere spor av den tidligere omtalte blåfargen? Og igjen har dere mulighet til å sammenligne med originalfotoet fra reportasjen her!

In the same way I had to cross the plains in order to enter the ‘Haver Valley’, and again I was shooting a few frames with my mobile camera. And again you might find the same effect is the sky. The original motive you may find here!
Denne gangen synes jeg det har feilet grovt? Det plukker ikke på noen måte opp de mindre detaljene i bildet! Dette er ikke godt nok for meg, men – da har jeg på en måte dokumentert at det er en substansiell kvalitetsforskjell på disse kameraene? Og så må jeg forsøke å huske på dette når jeg skal ta et bilde senere.

This time I think it just missed doing the job it was supposed to! Not in any way does the camera read the finer details of the terrain! Not good enough for me! But – then I have kind of documentes the difference in quality between the two? And I must try to keep this in mind when I use either one in the future.

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8 Responses to Seemingly, but no . . . !

  1. Beautiful scenery! Perhaps both cameras have a spot in your life.

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Breathtaking scenes! Serene and refreshing.

    • Seenorway says:

      Well, Eugenia, I may accept the two first ones, but I’m not at all happy with the last one. Of course, it might be me? That my finger has slipped somehow, but I usually don’t do that?! So – I suspect the conditions or perhaps the camera didn’t see eye to eye with things this time?

  3. Seenorway says:

    That’s even cheaper than digital travelling? 😀 But, yes – you’re right about ‘air quality’ up there!

  4. puzzleblume says:

    Looking at these wide landscape views is like taking a deep breath of fresh air.

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