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  1. editguy's Avatar
    You can use this coupon for 15% off - ADONIT15%

    Someone clown is selling them through Amazon for $60 (for the black) and it's $28 on the Adonit website. Slightly annoyed they are charging $12 for shipping, should be nowhere near that much, but I'll live with it.

    I ended up ordering directly from Adonit because they probably take a hefty cut in margin selling to Amazon. Starve the Monkeys and all that
    There are two different models though. One with the battery for QI charging and one without for phones that don't have QI. There is a significant difference in price.
    03-16-2019 09:39 PM
  2. DogEarsAZ's Avatar
    Ahh, didn't notice that. I'm good with the non-Qi option myself.
    03-17-2019 02:15 AM
  3. Mits5139's Avatar
    Loving my N9.

    Colours very natural and neutral so you do find yourself postprocessing. But the results are really good.


    Just a few quick shots taken this morning prepping for my neices birthday.

    Overall am awesome phone bar the fingerprint scanner lol
    Attached Thumbnails Pictures taken with the Nokia 9 Pureview-psx_20190317_125155.jpg   Pictures taken with the Nokia 9 Pureview-img_20190317_124357.jpg  
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    03-17-2019 08:56 AM
  4. RaRa85's Avatar
    Loving my N9.

    Colours very natural and neutral so you do find yourself postprocessing. But the results are really good.


    Just a few quick shots taken this morning prepping for my neices birthday.

    Overall am awesome phone bar the fingerprint scanner lol
    Wow. These shots don't look like they came from a phone actually.
    03-17-2019 09:00 AM
  5. Fred98TJ's Avatar
    Loving my N9.

    Colours very natural and neutral so you do find yourself postprocessing. But the results are really good.


    Just a few quick shots taken this morning prepping for my neices birthday.

    Overall am awesome phone bar the fingerprint scanner lol
    If the colors are “very natural”, then why are you post processing so much ? :-p
    Only cellphone uses seem to want their photos looking like they are on a LSD trip. Hahahaha
    03-17-2019 06:13 PM
  6. Fred98TJ's Avatar
    Wow. These shots don't look like they came from a phone actually.
    What’s a photo from a cellphone suppose to look like ? :-p
    03-17-2019 06:15 PM
  7. neilk's Avatar
    Pictures taken with the Nokia 9 Pureview-img_20190313_121002.jpg
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    03-17-2019 06:50 PM
  8. DogEarsAZ's Avatar
    Wildflowers popping everywhere in the desert. Have to get out hiking this week to capture more. So much rain this winter, wild flowers will be super good.
    03-17-2019 06:50 PM
  9. KrisYYC's Avatar
    Took some pics at work. Still getting the hang of this camera which can be bit difficult with being on a time constraint. Anyway here's a few samples. I'll specify which ones I've edited and which I haven't.

    No edits whatsoever on this one:
    Pictures taken with the Nokia 9 Pureview-img_20190317_182459.jpg

    Two grounded 737 MAX looking sad on the parking pad. Some light edits:
    Pictures taken with the Nokia 9 Pureview-lrm_export_28097629007683_20190317_040229798.jpg

    My first attempt at a low light shot. It was actually pretty dark, and it was handheld so it's not the sharpest. This camera has pretty big potential with low light but it takes some work. One thing I noticed is having Depth mode set to ON while taking a low light photo like this can really butcher the JPEG output quality, as I was getting similar super noisy results like some of those guys complaining about the camera's low light. With depth mode off the results are fine though, though I do find the autofocus a bit unreliable.

    This photo is heavily edited:
    Pictures taken with the Nokia 9 Pureview-lrm_export_17758702016954_20190316_233501092.jpg

    Another handheld low light attempt. Starting to get the hang of it so not so heavy handed on the edits like the previous photo. OIS would have been really handy.
    Pictures taken with the Nokia 9 Pureview-lrm_export_27200472773779_20190317_034721887.jpg

    All the edits were done right on the phone with LightRoom CC. One thing I noticed is the results of the edits tend to look better on the phone than they do on a larger monitor. But on the plus side, even an already decent looking photo can be made to look very nice with only some minor edits right on the phone itself with those RAW files.
    RaRa85 and editguy like this.
    03-18-2019 04:59 AM
  10. RaRa85's Avatar
    Took some pics at work. Still getting the hang of this camera which can be bit difficult with being on a time constraint. Anyway here's a few samples. I'll specify which ones I've edited and which I haven't.

    No edits whatsoever on this one:
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    Two grounded 737 MAX looking sad on the parking pad. Some light edits:
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    My first attempt at a low light shot. It was actually pretty dark, and it was handheld so it's not the sharpest. This camera has pretty big potential with low light but it takes some work. One thing I noticed is having Depth mode set to ON while taking a low light photo like this can really butcher the JPEG output quality, as I was getting similar super noisy results like some of those guys complaining about the camera's low light. With depth mode off the results are fine though, though I do find the autofocus a bit unreliable.

    This photo is heavily edited:
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Another handheld low light attempt. Starting to get the hang of it so not so heavy handed on the edits like the previous photo. OIS would have been really handy.
    Click image for larger version. 

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    All the edits were done right on the phone with LightRoom CC. One thing I noticed is the results of the edits tend to look better on the phone than they do on a larger monitor. But on the plus side, even an already decent looking photo can be made to look very nice with only some minor edits right on the phone itself with those RAW files.
    Thanks for your analysis. You're giving a better explanation of things than some of the "full reviews" I've seen.
    KrisYYC likes this.
    03-18-2019 10:34 AM
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