Sell old mobile to enjoy "new class" of photography with Nokia N900
22 July 2010 — 11:51 AM
Selling an old mobile phone and using the cash to buy a Nokia N900 will allow consumers to enjoy a "whole new class of photography".
Ian, author of the Nokia Conversations blog, says a new open-source digital photography platform - called FCam, short for Frankencamera - has been developed.
It is now available as a free download for the Nokia N900, perhaps making the handset particularly desirable to those who rely on their mobile to take snaps.
FCam features revolutionary technology that ensures an image will be taken in the right light and will not suffer from blurs.
"The hope is that once FCam is in the public domain, Nokia developers and camera programmers will work to create a whole new class of programmable camera applications," states Ian.
Nokia says the N900 is renowned for its "extreme speed" and "outstanding performance", as well as offering an effective way to keep in touch with friends.
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