Do new Nokia phones eliminate CMOS “jello effect”?
The shakiness in this video ought to produce a lot of CMOS jello – but it doesn’t: Nokia’s unsafe cyclist promises ‘things are about to change’ in confusing new teaser (video) — Engadget.
Could this be a hint that Nokia’s new phones have a global shutter or use a CCD perhaps to eliminate the wobble? My current phone and my small sensor CMOS cameras all have terrible CMOS jello at the slightest camera movements.
The other possibility is that the “things about to change” are that with the PureView technology, they will include some great image stabilization built in – and the next version of this video will be smooth. That would be very cool!
Update: There’s rumor that Nokia will introduce something called PureMotion HD – which sounds a lot like using the 41 MP sensor to create image stabilized HD video, which would be really great.