The answer is simple, Yes you can! And it is not that complicated to do. As with all photography, the key is, location, location, location. My first two attempts at this are not perfect by a long measure. But they do show what can be done. Hopefully some of you will do much better.
My last image update for my device collection was back in March, since then I have passed the 150 mark. So I thought it was time for another update.
This time is just the phones. When I hit 200 I will do all my Nokia gear again as well as that has increased too.
It is getting increasing hard to take a decent photo of all the phones in one image, I have managed to but please no comments on the image quality.
Now if you are interested in knowing exactly what devices are in the collection, then here goes. Hope I don’t make any mistakes
There are basically 3 sections to the image, small section on left is New Numbered devices, then old numbered devices and finally C, E, N and X series devices.
New Numbered Devices:
100, 201, 202, 203, 300, 302, 303, 306, 311, 500, 700, 603, 610, 701, 710, 800, 808, 900
Old Numbered Devices:
1100, 1610, 3200, 3210, 3220, 3300, 3310, 3310, 3650, 3650, 5100, 5110, 5200, 5210, 5310, 5730, 5510, 5800, 6070, 6126, 6210, 6260, 6310i, 6555, 6600, 6630, 6630, 6650, 6600, 6708, 6790, 6810, 7110, 7110, 7110, 7200, 7210, 7260, 7280, 7360, 7370, 7380, 7600, 7610, 7650, 7700, 770, 7710, 8210, 8250, 8310, 8800, 8800, 8110i, 8850, 8910i, 9000, 9110, 9210, 9300, 9500, 9500, N-gage QD, N-gage QD, N-gage Taco, N-gage Taco
C, E, N and X series
C1-00, C1-01, C2-01, C2-02, C2-05, C2-05, C3-00, C3-01, C5-00, C5-03, C6-01, C7-00, C7-00, E50, E51, E52, E60, E61, E61i, E61i, E66, E70, E71, E71, E72, E5-00, E6-00, E7-00, E75, E90, E90, X1-01, X2-00, X3-00, X3-02, X6-00, X7-00, N70, N71, N72, N73, N75, N76, N77, N78, N79, N80, N81, N81 8gb, N82, N85, N86, N90, N91, N92, N93, N93, N93i, N95, N95, N95 8Gb, N95 8Gb, N96, N97, N97, N97 mini, N8-00, N8-00, N9, N950, N900, N800, N810
There you go my complete collection. 158 devices if I can add up 🙂
Now obviously I do not have every Nokia device, nor do I plan to, so feel free to suggest iconic Nokia phones that you think deserve a place in the collection, but please don’t say, you are missing this, or you are missing that. It is a collection and as such is an ongoing project. I am not missing anything, I just simply do not have one yet, if indeed it is worthy or being collected.
Looking forward to your comments
We have been going to Gozo now for 10 years so doing a travel guide in photos is almost impossible for me, I just know the island too well now. Things a first-time tourist would notice I take for granted, so this is just my normal Pureview of Gozo, not through the eyes of someone seeing it for the first time. I will not really do this is any kind of chronological order – as we were there for 3 weeks, I have several photos of the same place at different times.
For those of you that have never been or even heard of Gozo, it is a small island in the Mediterranean sea and is part of the Maltese island group along with Malta (the largest of the three) and Comino (the smallest of the three). Gozo and Malta have a very long and interesting history. If you want to read more about the history of these islands, here are the wiki links Malta, Gozo and Comino.
We flew into Malta (Via Air Malta from the UK) over Birzebbuga and St George’s Bay.
I have been asked many times what I use to create HDR images from my phones. So I thought I would simply detail it here. Although I primarily use my Nokia N8, these applications work for all Symbian 3 devices and I have tested on X7, 700, 701, E7, C7, C6-01. They are also available on the N9. The two applications in question are HDR Photo Camera by Intellsys and HDR Pro Camera by Harald Meyer. In simple terms they both do exactly the same job, however there are differences. These differences could determine which application is right for you.
Nokia Connects recently did a post about how mobile photography has changed our lives, that got me thinking about my time with mobile phone cameras. You see, I have been using them right from the start. My first digital camera was my Nokia 7650. I still have a 7650, along with another 126 Nokia devices. So here are what I consider milestones in Nokia’s decade of imaging and their consolidation of the title of “Imaging Kings” amongst mobile manufacturers. Ok I know that is a matter of opinion, but as this is my blog and my opinion then I guess I am allowed to say that.
Now let your mind wander back through the mists of time. The year is 2002 and Nokia have announced the Nokia 7650!
For those of you that never got the chance to experience this fantastic little device, it sported a great little VGA camera with a whopping 640×480 (0.3Mp) resolution. A beautiful TFT screen with 4096 colours, a 104Mhz Arm 9 CPU, GPRS for fast data and bluetooth V1.1
This is the second HDR application to appear in the Nokia Store for the Nokia N9 and is the same application that appeared some time ago for the Symbian^3 devices such as the Nokia N8. I have to say I love the application on the Nokia N8.
So how does it perform on the N9, I should also say that I will be doing a quick comparison post after this to compare the two HDR applications available for the Nokia N9. Cost wise for us in Europe it is €3.00
Continuing from a previous post “A Finnish Phone in New York” and having seen what phones people are using in London these days it would seem appropriate. I think I saw two Nokia devices in 3 days, other than my wife’s and mine of course. So here is London as seen by my Nokia N8.
Being British most people would think we know London well, not quite so, well not me anyway. I try wherever possible to avoid it, but I did enjoy my weekend this time. The weather was pretty good for this time of year and I got to see some places I have not seen since I was a child. I will now pause for a moment whilst people who know me say “You still are a child”.
We set off Saturday morning from Helsinki Airport, of course the usual procedure took place this time of year, a bit of de-icer on the wings before take off.