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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
If you were following my twitter status today, you would know how crazy I was waiting for the Nokia N95 from FedEx. I had to leave the house to do some errands and was disappointed that I was going to miss the delivery. Fortunately, just when I was driving around the corner, the FedEx truck showed up. I followed the truck back to my house! Check the video.
The Nokia N95 EURO product codes and language packs are now available. The document these were included are confidential along with the announcement of an updated fiirmware version 10.0.018 but somehow got leaked. These product codes can be used to change the language included in your phone, as well as updating to the latest firmware if it is not available in your particular region.
I will show you how you can optimize videos from the Nokia N95, Nokia N93, and Nokia N93i for videoblogging. These Nokia phones are also camcorders that shoot DVD-like quality. That means high quality video-recording that fits in your pocket. However, if you are new to videoblogging, you will find out that even just 6 minutes of video from your Nseries phone can go more than 100MB of space, the max limit in popular video sharing sites, YouTube and blip.TV.
The Nokia N95 is now available on eBay from legitimate sellers. For reference, the first released price is around $1200 USD tonight. You can keep track of the price drops here at the price check pages with hourly updates or over at fonegrabber for up to the minute updates. I will be waiting patiently for the call from the New York Store until I lose patience and just buy it online. How patient are you?