Archive for April, 2007
My sister is only 13 years old but she wants to win a Nokia N95. She asked me to make a video showing what’s in her pocket so she can submit it to the Nokia N95 contest. It is still in progress and a winner is named each week. In 4 weeks, Nokia will select the Hall of Famers and include their clips in a broadcasted commercial.
I am in the middle of final exams and projects for school. Last day is May 8th, so expect nothing/little blogging done until then. The first post when I get back will be a HOW TO guide.
A picture of a new firmware version for the Nokia N95 dated April 12th, 2007 version 11.0.025 was sent to me for more information. I have none so far, but it’s good to know that a new version is in the works. As soon as I get a hold of the firmware, I’ll update my Nokia N95 to see the improvements. Check it out.
Because of the Nokia N95, Henry Needle & Sons’ Great Pockets are running out of business. Henry Needle sent something over to me and asked to get some publicity to save their clothing line. So here’s your chance of winning something rare and maybe even increase your chances in winning a free Nokia N95! Find out how.
I made a video showing one of the many capabilities of the Nokia N95. I transferred a TV episode I had on my 24-inch iMac to the Nokia N95, then connected it to the TV-out with my television. If you haven’t done this yet, you will be surprised at the quality of the video. I’m sorry the limited lighting on this video did not portray it accurately.
I just put my Nokia N93 up on eBay. This post will be proof to potential buyers on that I am the owner of this eBay listing. I also used the Nokia tripod DT-22 to take all of the pictures in macro mode. Any photographers know that a steady hand is not enough for taking good pictures of objects within a few centimeters. Not interested in the auction? Check the pictures.
I will show you how you can convert your favorite movies and TV episodes from your computer to watch right on the Nokia N95′s default movie player. The Nokia N95 supports H.264 playback. H.264 in simple words: high quality videos at small file sizes. Enough techno blabber! Find out how right now!
I took some pictures at the New York International Auto Show with the Nokia N95. This phone holds like any other digital camera and takes good pictures. As expected, quality is not as good as standalone digital cameras, but satisfying enough for people who mostly share their pictures online like Flickr. Take a look and judge yourself.
Right after the unboxing, I wanted to see the quality of the video on the Nokia N95. Since I’m a fan of Steve Garfield’s series of Steve TV using the Nokia N95 to follow short daily activities, I decided to follow the same format for my video test. I was still in the middle of doing errands. My younger sister had fun being the cameraman. Check the video