Nokia 7.2 night mode photo samples (and comparison)

I am spending some time with my nice looking Nokia 7.2. I have taken some photos using the night mode on the Nokia 7.2 and here are some sample shots out of it.

Nokia 7.2 night mode photo samples (and comparison)

singhnsk singhnsk
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I am spending some time with my nice looking Nokia 7.2. I have taken some photos using the night mode on the Nokia 7.2 and here are some sample shots out of it.
I have also compared them with the Samsung Galaxy A50, for an idea about how it stacks up with the competition. All photos were taken with the dedicated night mode on both phones with no post processing (except what the phone does automatically).

Sample 1:


Sample 2:

The differences are clearly visible. The Nokia 7.2 took a clearer and more detailed image as compared to the Samsung.

Sample 3:

Sample 4:


Sample 5:


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Sample 7:


The night mode does improve the images (in low light conditions) from what other older Nokia smartphones managed to capture. In fact, it makes the Nokia 7.2 stand well against the competition.
Comparison wise, Nokia 7.2 does quite well against the Samsung A50 when both are using the night mode. Nokia 7.2 takes good images, but can sometimes allow for more noise (like the last image which although looks good on its own, but when compared, the Samsung has does not have that much noise). We should also take in account that it is Nokia's first attempt at offering the Night mode whereas others have been doing it for a while. We can expect further improvements to the night mode via camera updates.

One thing that I have noticed is that the Samsung A50 is faster to capture the photo whereas Nokia requires the device to be held steady for slightly longer, which can result in some quality loss IF the hand shakes. To counter, that means Nokia is always capturing more information and that should help in getting more details.

Comments

  • Kartik Gada Kartik Gada
    Super User  / 
    You went to all places in Panchkula to get these images I guess. 😁
    Really nice comparison. The images from Nokia look colourful and are eye catching. 
  • singhnsk singhnsk
    Super User  / 
    You went to all places in Panchkula to get these images I guess. 😁
    Really nice comparison. The images from Nokia look colourful and are eye catching. 
    Yeah, was quite a bicycle journey. Luckily, it was a Sunday and I wasn't short of time.
    I wish I could take 3 shots to also compare with the Nokia 8.1 :smiley:
  • Lazysince1995 Lazysince1995
    Super User  / 
    singhnsk said:
    I am spending some time with my nice looking Nokia 7.2. I have taken some photos using the night mode on the Nokia 7.2 and here are some sample shots out of it.
    I have also compared them with the Samsung Galaxy A50, for an idea about how it stacks up with the competition. All photos were taken with the dedicated night mode on both phones with no post processing (except what the phone does automatically).

    Sample 1:


    Sample 2:

    The differences are clearly visible. The Nokia 7.2 took a clearer and more detailed image as compared to the Samsung.

    Sample 3:

    Sample 4:


    Sample 5:


    Sample 6:


    Sample 7:


    The night mode does improve the images (in low light conditions) from what other older Nokia smartphones managed to capture. In fact, it makes the Nokia 7.2 stand well against the competition.
    Comparison wise, Nokia 7.2 does quite well against the Samsung A50 when both are using the night mode. Nokia 7.2 takes good images, but can sometimes allow for more noise (like the last image which although looks good on its own, but when compared, the Samsung has does not have that much noise). We should also take in account that it is Nokia's first attempt at offering the Night mode whereas others have been doing it for a while. We can expect further improvements to the night mode via camera updates.

    One thing that I have noticed is that the Samsung A50 is faster to capture the photo whereas Nokia requires the device to be held steady for slightly longer, which can result in some quality loss IF the hand shakes. To counter, that means Nokia is always capturing more information and that should help in getting more details.
    Nokia 7.2's results are more fine and eye catchy than  Samsung. Also overall exposure and colours are accurately captured on Nokia.

    Well done...
  • kushaldhani kushaldhani
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    1st pic with Nokia 7.2 & i am very happy as a Photographer, specially thank to HMD Global & Carl Zeiss.
  • Lazysince1995 Lazysince1995
    Super User  / 

    1st pic with Nokia 7.2 & i am very happy as a Photographer, specially thank to HMD Global & Carl Zeiss.
    Wow......
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