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Nokia N93i : Video Camera and Mobile Phone, The Two In One Shopping February 19, 2008

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Video shooting is a tremendous job to make you feel elated. Capturing breath taking sights of nature with a 35mm lens gives a high to everyone who is passionate about photography or videography. Being a professional cinematographer, I always live with my camera, and thus, cameras are a very important part of my life. Shooting every aspect of nature is really a hard task to accomplish. Moreover, the main problem appears when it comes to shoot the life cycle of an ant family or a bird’s lifestyle. All these subjects require more attention and more diligence, and it is not possible to create such kind of shots with the help of those bulky and large size cameras. I was looking for small sized handy camera that could be placed anywhere to shoot any object, and was lucky to find the Nokia N93i.
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To take nothing away from the camera, the phone is power packed with other features also. It is true that the Nokia N93i is capable of shooting crystal clear videos with ease, but there’s a lot more that this handset has to offer.
The Nokia N93i, a successor of the Nokia N93, is a 3G ready Tri-Band GSM mobile phone that is purely dedicated to shoot and create awesome quality pictures and movies. The phone has a 3.15 MegaPixels camera with 3X optical zoom, Carl Zeiss Optics Lens, Autofocus, Flash, and the ability to capture high-quality pictures at the resolution 2048×1536 pixels. This phone is capable of shooting high-quality VGA videos at the frame rate of 30 fps. This phone holds other SmartPhone features like music player, Java MIDP 2.0, Video Player, Stereo FM Radio, TV Out support and many more. I found a great camera for me to advance in my career and and a great phone to always remain in touch with my near and dear ones. A serious recommendation to everybody on the look-out for an advanced, high performance camera phone.

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