If the 41 MP of Pure VIew was not enough to put Nokia light years ahead of any other camera phone and camera manufacture , Nokia upped the ante by acquiring Scalado, the world leader in mobile imaging technologies.
With the imaging excellence of Scalado , Nokia is not aiming to revolutionize the imaging but completely change the way we look at pictures now. Till now we know whose picture we have taken and thanks to GPS tagging , where it was taken – Nokia is working to add picture of what is being taken and when it’s being taken and use it intelligently.
Say while we look at our vacation pictures taken at Grumman Chinese Theatre ( digitally ofcourse) and not only we can see where they were taken but what was happening around at the time . Now what if I notice now that it was Angelina Julie standing in the background but I was so immersed in taking pics of my kids then that I never noticed her. With Nokia’s Intelligent Imaging , I don’t have to feel sorry for that ‘lost’ moment , I can easily remove my kids off the picture and have Angelina Julie in my snap , how is that possible . There are two scenarios Nokia Intelligent Imaging could work , it can take pre and post snap photos and embed the data with the picture or it can search who else has taken the same picture at the same time ( we all love to show our pics off on Facebook , Flickr and Twitter etc ) and incorporate data from there in my picture and in minutes I have my kids photo with Angelina behind them and also picture of Angelina on my camera , recapturing my memories.
The scenarios for photography are endless and we hope Nokia makes the most of this opportunity and give us another winner like the Nokia 7650 , the world’s first Camera Phone , Nokia N8 , the world’s first 12 MP Camera Phone or the 808 PureView the 41 MP -SLR contending phone.
We hope Nokia all the best in their next imaging endeavor and hope to soon see their Intelligent Imaging in action