The Nokia Pureview 808's camera is capable of producing shallow depth of field effects, such as seen here. You also have the choice between 16:9 ratio or 4:3.
Black and White mode is one of a few different options you can choose to shoot in. Also included are Sepia and Vivid.
Colours from the Nokia Pureview 808 are represented well, being punchy without being over the top.
One of the editing options on the Nokia Pureview 808 is cropping - you can see the original image below.
This is the original version of the cropped image above. Both images are saved as separate files on the camera.
Although there aren't many interesting digital filters that can be applied post-capture, you can adjust the RGB levels in order to "create your own."
This shot is taken with the camera at fully wide.
This shot is taken with the full digital zoom employed.
One of the manual controls on the Pureview is exposure compensation. On this image, the camera has struggled with the brightness range.
Here, we have upped the exposure compensation in order to produce a brighter, and more accurate, image.
Here we can see that the metering has struggled a little with a bright backlit image. It's a shame that this is something that can't be altered.
The camera struggles a little with macro focusing. You will need to stand a reasonable distance away when capturing small objects. You can always crop in to the image later in post-processing.
Here is an example of one of the digital filters that can be applied post-capture. This gives a slight pinhole camera effect by creating a vignette in the corners.
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