Mobile recycling users can switch to Nokia N8 for top-class video recording
26 October 2010 — 7:00 PM
People who recycle a mobile phone and upgrade to a Nokia N8 will benefit from high-definition, top-of-the-range video recording technology on their new device.
Haje, writing the latest Nokia Conversations blog, offers people in such a situation a number of tips on how to make the most of the phone's capabilities and ensure no great moments have to be missed.
He starts by suggesting people record more than one take of everything they wish to keep, meaning the chance of capturing a high-quality version rises.
The author goes on to advise users to copy parts from their favourite music video, news report or film clip, as he states there is "nothing wrong" with taking inspiration from elsewhere.
Haje also recommends leaving the recorder's zoom feature fully out, as while the Nokia N8 has a "great" option for this, quality can be higher when it is unused.
The handset was released earlier this month by the Finnish brand and includes a 12-megapixel camera.
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