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Nokia mobile video devices
Nic Rossmüller : March 10th 2007 - 19:34 CET
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NokiaNokia mobile video devices : Mobile video devices are the ultimate way to capture and share spontaneous moving moments. Mobile devices, unlike camcorders, are always with you, meaning you can not only record occasions like a wedding or a birthday party, but also capture fleeting moments like a great morning sunrise on the way to work or a baby’s first word. And mobile video not only allows you to catch these instants, you can also share them with the world as they happen. Nokia premiered video recording on mobile devices back in 2002 with the launch of the ground-breaking Nokia 3650 which could record up to 15 seconds of video. By 2004 and the Nokia 7610, mobile video functionality had reached 10 minutes.
Nokia mobile video devicesMobile video devices - Movie editing
By Reaching a 10 minute video capability Nokia also included a Movie Director function that turned film footage into personal movies by combining clips, adding music, text or animated graphics. The Nokia N93i now takes the mobile video evolution to the next stage, making it easier to upload and share your mobile movies using an innovative new blogging service called Vox, while at the same time packing all of the leading-edge camcorder functionality of the Nokia N93 into a much slimmer and more compact design. When you want the camera to start rolling, the dedicated capture, zoom and flash keys on the Nokia N93i mean all the functions you need are at your fingertips, so you won’t miss that once-in-a-lifetime moment. You can get started in an instant just by unfolding and twisting the main display of your Nokia N93i.

Nokia N90 series - Image capturing optimization
There’s also an active camera toolbar which displays all the features you need - from exposure value to color tones. The innovative form factor of the Nokia N90, Nokia N93 and Nokia N93i is optimized for moving image capture. With just a flick of the wrist, you can hold the device as you would a camcorder, viewing your subject on the landscape screen as you film. While you’re busy filming, the technology inside the Nokia N93i is working to give you the best possible results. The MPEG-4 VGA video capture at up to 30 frames per second offers DVD-like video quality that, until now, has only been available on dedicated camera/camcorder devices. Combine this with superior Carl Zeiss optics for crisp, detailed images and you’ll get brilliant quality videos every time.

Nokia N93i movie phone - 3x optical zoom
Zoom in on your subject with the 3x optical zoom of the Nokia N93i to bring the action into full view. When you’re capturing a moving image you also want to be able to capture the sound to really bring it to life. Stereo audio recording on the Nokia N93i means your videos will sound as good as they look. Filmmakers need a steady hand but sometimes holding the camera perfectly still is tricky. The Nokia N93i has digital video stabilization enabling smooth, motion-blur free mobile movies. If you can’t wait to get home to view your mobile videos or you want to show you friends what you have been doing, simply flip your Nokia N93i into view mode. You can then relive your memories on the vibrant 2.4” QVGA display of up to 16 million colors, complete with light sensor and super-wide 160° viewing angle. Had a busy day’s filming? Then view your photos and video clips in a sequence when you break for the day. Flip your device into view mode, select Slide Show and watch all of the magic moments from your day unfold before your eyes.

Mobile video devices - Join the Web 2.0 video sharing
With the in-built and in-box editing facilities on the Nokia N93 and Nokia N93i, you decide what film ends up on the cutting room floor. The Nokia N93i is a mobile editing suite meaning you can oversee the director’s cut wherever you are. The Edit function on the device allows you to combine and trim clips, insert images and sound clips for that added bit of drama, or add effects like color or slow motion to really bring your film to life. Join the Web 2.0 revolution and post your mobile movie to compatible video sharing sites. Whether it’s just a short clip of family or friends or your mobile movie masterpiece, it’s quick and easy to upload video to the web. Either send directly from your multimedia computer using 3G, or WLAN if available, or transfer onto your compatible PC, edit and upload. Round up your friends and debut your mobile movies on your TV with the TV-out capability of the Nokia N93i - super easy to use and perfect for impressing friends. Or make use of the built-in WLAN (WiFi) and UPnP connectivity and wirelessly stream your video to your compatible TV or media server.

Adobe Premiere Elements Software - Movie creating software
With the Adobe Premiere Elements software that comes with the Nokia N93 and Nokia N93i, you can create DVDs and even add menu and templates to wow your audience with professional looking results. The first step is to transfer your movies to your compatible PC; with the Nokia N93i you can choose to transfer them wirelessly over Bluetooth technology, with a compatible hot swap miniSD card or via USB 2.0. Whichever you choose, the Nokia XpressTransfer solution makes it easy. With an internal memory of up to 50 MB which is expandable with a compatible hot-swap miniSD card of up to 2 GB, the Nokia N93i means you can save plenty of content on the go, up to 90 minutes of high quality video in fact. The Nokia XpressTransfer solution makes it easy to automatically transfer your videos to your compatible PC via WLAN or USB for safe keeping.

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