The Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone 7. 5 comes with a 8MP camera with a good deal to brag about - they have a 28mm wide-angle F2. 2 lens by Carl Zeiss in addition to being we already mentioned in the hardware part of this review the sensor behind the lens is pretty clever too. It produces 8MP images with 4: 3 aspect rate or 7. 1MP photos if you need 16: 9 aspect ratio for ones shots.
The camera UI is pretty simple – you've got your viewfinder and some controls for the right. From top to bottom these are the still/video camera toggle, virtual zoom buttons and a prolonged settings menu. On the left you've got an arrow that takes that you the images taken with your camera, alternatively you can perform swipe gesture too.
The digicam app on Windows Phone gives very extensive settings, ranging via scenes and effects to bright balance, contrast, saturation, sharpness, ISO plus much more. You have a dedicated Macro concentration mode but no face prognosis. The flash can be collection to auto, forced or off of.
The camera key will wake the product with a single press – that may be unlock it and start your camera. There's an option that inhibits the shutter key from starting the camera if your proximity sensor is triggered (in order to avoid accidental launches when the phone is your pocket). This option is off automatically.
The Lumia 800 may contain the same camera module as your N9, but the new chipset features different image processing. The volume of detail is good, but there's noticeable color noise left inside photos. The noise processing inside N9 did better by eliminating large noise and not losing all the fine detail. Sill, the Lumia 900 has accurate white balance along with good color rendering. The dynamic range will be as impressive as it was for the N9.