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Sony Ericsson W995 photo gallery | Mobile phone functions

Published on: Tuesday, October 20th 2009                   Written by: Ilse Jurrien - Photography by: Mark Peters

Sony Ericsson W995 phone

D uring the Mobile World Congress, at the beginning of this year, the Sony Ericsson W995 was introduced. Next year, the 2010 Mobile World Congress will be held from 15 to 18 February, and we expect to bring you a lot of news during that time. The Sony Ericsson W995 is a true multi-media phone, excellent when it comes to audio, in particular when the SE W995 is used combined with the PlayNow service of Sony Ericsson. However, the W995 is not a so-called Walkman phone, it has other powerful features such as the 8 Megapixel auto-focus digital camera with several functionalities; for example, face detection, macro, exposure metering etc. It may be clear that Sony Ericsson has a lot of first-hand photo experience.

Sony Ericsson W995 photo gallery

 

Sony Ericsson W995 Walkman phone

Sony Ericsson W995 Walkman phone

8 megapixel Sony Ericsson camera phone

The digital camera as application of the Sony Ericsson W995 handset is extremely accessible and has a straightforward operation. The resolution is more than enough to ensure high-quality prints, although optimal light circumstances are still very important. The Sony Ericsson W995 smartphone features a so-called built-in Power-LED flash, which also serves as AF assist lamp. Although a XENON flash is preferred, the effective light output is more than enough to properly expose subjects within the flash range.

Sony Ericsson W995 mobile phone

Sony Ericsson W995 mobile phone

Sony Ericsson W995 photo & video quality

Innovative developments such as face recognition are also found on the W995 Sony Ericsson phone. Just how fast and accurately faces can be detected, actually depends on the platform on which the phone is built. The Sony Ericsson W995 mobile phone is able to recognize up to three faces. In addition, the Smile Shutter technique ensures happy portraits; it's not until an actual smile is detected that the picture gets taken. Very soon, we will publish our findings in a full Sony Ericsson W995 review. For now, we take a closer look at the image quality, in our Sony Ericsson W995 photo gallery.

 
 
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