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MWC 2009: Nokia gets snappy with N86 8MP

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Nokia N86 8MP in whiteAccording to the suits at Nokia, every detail of the metal-framed Nokia N86 8MP has been thoughtfully designed with photography in mind. So what will your €375 (£335) buy you later this year?


Well, the Nokia N86 8MP combines wide-angle Carl Zeiss optics and an 8 megapixel sensor, resulting in "performance comparable to a stand alone digital camera.

Nokia says it’s designed to excel in both bright and low light conditions, and it’s optimised for both video and still imaging. Its high-speed connectivity ensures easy and convenient sharing.

The Nokia N86 8MP is expected to begin shipping in the second quarter of 2009 with that estimated retail price possibly being helped out by subsidies.

“People demand mobile cameras that take excellent pictures in all light conditions,” says Juha-Pekka Sipponen, Director, Nokia Nseries.

“That’s why the aperture of the Nokia N86 8MP is comparable to that of a high-quality, stand-alone digital camera. Whether it’s running with the bulls in Pamplona or capturing the panoramic beauty of a sunrise over Sydney, the Nokia N86 8MP will take brilliantly clear, wide-angle images that are instantly geotagged to be uploaded onto sites like Ovi Share or Flickr.”

(Images and more details on the following three pages)



Read the full details from Nokia:

Easy enough for a novice to use, the Nokia N86 8MP packs enough punch to impress an experienced photographer. This includes a wide-angle Carl Zeiss Tessar lens for panoramic pictures, shorter latencies and variable aperture for super sharp photos in challenging bright and low light conditions. The fast mechanical shutter ensures pictures with less motion blur while the dual LED camera flash is powerful enough for excellent photography and video capture.

"When it comes to taking the best digital photos, it’s the quality of the lens and the sensor that count, not just the quantity of pixels. The Nokia N86 8MP is the first mobile device with variable aperture, adding to the Carl Zeiss Tessar lens for excellent results. It has never been easier to capture special moments in such a great quality," says Helmut Heier of Carl Zeiss.



The N86 8MP includes 8GB of internal memory for up to 4,000 images. Like any high-end digital camera, the memory can be increased with an exchangeable 16GB microSD card. The device also offers a bright OLED screen with scratch resistant hardened glass, easy photo management, full sync capability with a PC and TV-out support for slide shows.

Shipping with the latest version of Nokia Maps and full Ovi integration, the Nokia N86 8MP gives a personal dimension to photos and videos. People can share their location with personal content like geotagged photos. The Nokia N86 8MP comes with a built-in compass, along with and integrated 3-months license for full voice and pedestrian navigation so that happy snappers don’t lose their way when capturing life through the camera lens.



Multimedia features – music, games, video
The Nokia N86 8MP, with its integrated kick stand, is ideal for watching videos and playing games. Each Nokia N86 8MP can play up to 25 hours of music on one charge which can be enjoyed with the Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-214 also announced today. People can build a personal music collection from the millions of tracks and playlists available from the Nokia Music Store, where available.



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