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Nokia Lumia 1020 sensor review: Are mobiles comparable to compacts and DSLRs?By Kevin Carter - Friday January 24 2014 Mobile Review
Nokia’s use of a relatively large (6.6 x 8.8mm) BSI CMOS sensor in the Lumia 1020 is a contributing factor regarding performance, however, compared to the best in class digital compact cameras, its capabilities are still restricted in low light or when high ISOs are used. It’s also worth noting that we’re not taking lens performance into account in this review, which is clearly an important determiner of image quality. Be that as it may, the fact the sensor performance of the Nokia 1020 is on a par with certain current compact cameras at low ISOs is particularly revealing; whatever your personal feelings are regarding the smartphone, it shows remarkable promise.