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Posted by cu015170
My dream comes true ... 1" image sensor

http://www.gsmarena.com/panas[....]ne_with_1_camera-news-9653.php




Posted by emerson_shei
Panasonic LUMIX Smart Camera DMC-CM1

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fJiJfGY_tLA
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2014-09-15 22:35 ]


Posted by Luca-S
I like the LED.

Posted by moogoo
Love it

Now that's how you make a camera phone.. curious how well it performs as a phone though.

Posted by Luca-S

On 2014-09-15 21:26:25, moogoo wrote:
Love it

Now that's how you make a camera phone.. curious how well it performs as a phone though.



With 1080p and Snapdragon 801 + 2GB RAM it will run fine.
I really loved this retro design!
Looks like the LG KE990 Viewty, without the xenon flash.

Posted by nodarsixar
Main Features/Specs:High-End Image Quality

20MP 1-inch Sensor / F2.8 LEICA DC ELMARIT Lens / Venus Engine

Easy Operation

Manual Ring, \"Ready to Shoot\" camera switch, 4.7 inch Full-HD Touch LCD

Communication Functions

Android™ 4.4 (KitKat), Qualcomm® MSM8974AB 2.3GHz Quad-core, LTE, WCDMA, GSM, Wifi, NFC

Capture Crucial Moments with Perfect Timing

4K Pre Burst Application

Search and Share, Anytime, Anywhere

Cloud based service enabling instant searching and sharing when connected to the internet

Dimensions (Approx.)

135.4 [W] x 68.0 [H] x 21.1 (Body 15.2) [D] mm

Weight (Approx.)

204g with Battery, UIM Card and microSD Memory Card

Display

4.7-inch Full HD LCD with Touch Screen

(6,220k dots)

Camera

Sensor

20.1 Megapixels 1-inch High Sensitivity MOS Sensor

Lens

F2.8 / 28mm LEICA DC ELMARIT

Aperture

F2.8-F11

Mechanical Shutter

Yes

Manual Exposure

A/S/M Mode

4K

Video Recording

4K Photo Application

Yes (15p)

4K Pre-Burst / 4K PhotoCapture

Network

OS

Android™ 4.4 (KitKat)

CPU

Qualcomm® MSM8974AB 2.3GHz Quad-core

Cellular

LTE / WCDMA / GSM

Memory

Internal

16GB ROM / 2GB RAM

Card slot

microSDXC, up to 128GB

Battery

Battery Li-ion Battery Pack (3.8V, 2600mAh, 9.9Wh)


Posted by nodarsixar
super cameraphone

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz-9ThFyhdg

Posted by aussieland1
I love this phone too- hopefully Amazon.de will stock it. I am definitely interested - and also I agree that with its current hardware it should run extremely well

Posted by emerson_shei
First Look By The Verge

http://www.theverge.com/2014/[....]-leica-cm1-android-cameraphone
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2014-09-15 22:50 ]


Posted by emerson_shei
Amazing Device

We Have Finally a Legitimate Successor To The Nokia 808 PureView Pro

Welcome The New King Of Cameraphones
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2014-09-15 22:50 ]


Posted by cu015170
^ well... without a Xenon flash its not really a replacement But it should provide better IQ if the lens is as good or better than the Zeiss on the 808.


But that 1" sensor is sweet.. is it the Sony one from the RX series ?

Posted by emerson_shei
How good photographer, you know that most of the time we do not use flash, so the absence of Xenon although important, no is somehow essential

Moreover embedded LEICA LENS, OIS, Great Image Sensor and 60 seconds of exposure time ensure formidable nighttime images. In my view, yes it is a replacement to the Nokia 808 PureView Pro only regret that this product will never arrive in South America

P.S: My guess is that this is an image sensor produced by Panasonic itself
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2014-09-16 00:22 ]


Posted by randomuser

On 2014-09-16 00:24:01, cu015170 wrote:
^ well... without a Xenon flash its not really a replacement But it should provide better IQ if the lens is as good or better than the Zeiss on the 808.


But that 1" sensor is sweet.. is it the Sony one from the RX series ?


Yep it is the same Sony sensor from the RX series

Really exciting device, but I wish the price was lower.

Posted by cu015170
^ That's great news.. that sensor is one of the best in the business! I like the first generation (FSI design) the best to be honest, but the BSI ones are very, very good as well. This should outperform anything else out there by quite a margin, if they did a their job on the optics and the processing right..

Which leads to the price... that sensor is expensive, but it delivers.. so.. you know.. you get what you pay for.

The 808 launched at around $700 in 2012.. so , its not that far off I guess


On 2014-09-16 01:18:47, emerson_shei wrote:
How good photographer, you know that most of the time we do not use flash, so the absence of Xenon although important, no is somehow essential

Moreover embedded LEICA LENS, OIS, Great Image Sensor and 60 seconds of exposure time ensure formidable nighttime images. In my view, yes it is a replacement to the Nokia 808 PureView Pro only regret that this product will never arrive in South America

P.S: My guess is that this is an image sensor produced by Panasonic itself
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2014-09-16 00:22 ]



I agree, xenon is not needed for general photography, but you can still use in certain cases. I meant it from a day to day use.. the 808 can truly replace your point & shoot because even at night you can get great shots of friends, family, kids.. whatever. With the Lumix you will be out of luck if you have to take a shot at a night club..

I really don't understand the decision to not include a proper flash considering all the room they had to work with:


808: 123.9 x 60.2 x 13.9 (18 at the hump) mm

Lumix: 135.4 x 68.0 x 15.2 (21.1 at the hump) mm


Of course it has a much larger screen..
[ This Message was edited by: cu015170 on 2014-09-16 04:51 ]


Posted by emerson_shei

On 2014-09-16 03:56:26, randomuser wrote:

On 2014-09-16 00:24:01, cu015170 wrote:
^ well... without a Xenon flash its not really a replacement But it should provide better IQ if the lens is as good or better than the Zeiss on the 808.


But that 1" sensor is sweet.. is it the Sony one from the RX series ?


Yep it is the same Sony sensor from the RX series

Really exciting device, but I wish the price was lower.


In what source you rely to assert this ?

Has a link to confirm your information to share ? We are happy to have access to it

Otherwise I and everyone else will find that just rests on the assumption that all camera manufacturers that use sensors 1 inch consequently has the same sensor RX series

Posted by randomuser
http://www.sonyalpharumors.co[....]r-to-fuji-and-samsung-as-well/

Panasonic is already using it on their FZ1000, so most likely the same on this cameraphone.

Posted by Sassho
I like this gadget , nice 808 alternative. More info and video about DMC-CM1
http://www.engadget.com/2014/09/15/panasonic-lumix-cm1/

Posted by emerson_shei

On 2014-09-16 05:49:22, cu015170 wrote:
^ That's great news.. that sensor is one of the best in the business! I like the first generation (FSI design) the best to be honest, but the BSI ones are very, very good as well. This should outperform anything else out there by quite a margin, if they did a their job on the optics and the processing right..

Which leads to the price... that sensor is expensive, but it delivers.. so.. you know.. you get what you pay for.

The 808 launched at around $700 in 2012.. so , its not that far off I guess


On 2014-09-16 01:18:47, emerson_shei wrote:
How good photographer, you know that most of the time we do not use flash, so the absence of Xenon although important, no is somehow essential

Moreover embedded LEICA LENS, OIS, Great Image Sensor and 60 seconds of exposure time ensure formidable nighttime images. In my view, yes it is a replacement to the Nokia 808 PureView Pro only regret that this product will never arrive in South America

P.S: My guess is that this is an image sensor produced by Panasonic itself
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2014-09-16 00:22 ]



I agree, xenon is not needed for general photography, but you can still use in certain cases. I meant it from a day to day use.. the 808 can truly replace your point & shoot because even at night you can get great shots of friends, family, kids.. whatever. With the Lumix you will be out of luck if you have to take a shot at a night club..

I really don't understand the decision to not include a proper flash considering all the room they had to work with:


808: 123.9 x 60.2 x 13.9 (18 at the hump) mm

Lumix: 135.4 x 68.0 x 15.2 (21.1 at the hump) mm


Of course it has a much larger screen..
[ This Message was edited by: cu015170 on 2014-09-16 04:51 ]



Really... If the Panasonic DMC-CM1 told with xenon flash, it would be the perfect cameraphone.

But do not whine, after all you are privileged.

Probably this product will be available in the Usa and then you can have spectacular 808 and innovative CM1, when you want in the palm of the hands.

Meanwhile I and other South Americans, we must content ourselves with the K Zoom and 1020 closest devices with the photographic quality of the former king of cameraphones.

Posted by Sassho
I waiting for first camera samples , expected great image quality - Leica is Leica

Posted by emerson_shei

On 2014-09-16 06:16:52, randomuser wrote:
http://www.sonyalpharumors.co[....]r-to-fuji-and-samsung-as-well/

Panasonic is already using it on their FZ1000, so most likely the same on this cameraphone.


Thanks for the quick response

I'm glad to know that the DMC-CM1 will have the same excellent sensor of RX Series, but luckily with the best post processing photographic of Panasonic

Posted by emerson_shei

On 2014-09-16 06:37:18, Sassho wrote:
I waiting for first camera samples , expected great image quality - Leica is Leica


I totally agree with you

Leica is Leica... This cameraphone has everything to be at least in theory, better than the big 808 PureView Pro

Posted by randomuser
Same here, this might tempt me over the Xperia Z3

But sadly, it's not sure if Panasonic will release a successor to it later so I might be stuck with it for a long time or if I upgrade for better features and new tech I'll have to make a big compromise in terms of camera quality.



Posted by Sassho
Info about price - 900 Euros (approximately US$ 1160) , forget it I will wait long long time for price drop
http://connect.dpreview.com/p[....]-smartphone-with-1-inch-sensor

Posted by emerson_shei

On 2014-09-16 06:28:37, Sassho wrote:
I like this gadget , nice 808 alternative. More info and video about DMC-CM1
http://www.engadget.com/2014/09/15/panasonic-lumix-cm1/


It is my impression or this phone provides a choice of ISO sensitivity (20) ?

If this is indeed correct, imagine that clean image

Really, I am also looking forward to the first pictures

Posted by Sassho

It is my impression or this phone provides a choice of ISO sensitivity (20) ?

Hope for good sensor quality , bicouse Panasonic has little strange color reproduction 808 has advantage with big resolution 38mp sensor. This allows for crop , re-frame , resize and other edits. After resizing detail , sharpneness and quality looks is great.

Posted by Madiba
Crazy device, look is great.
[ This Message was edited by: Madiba on 2014-09-16 07:16 ]



Posted by emerson_shei
First Look By Clipset

https://www.youtube.com/watch[....]&list=UUYkoAtIMi6oFG_8SO5YrauQ

Posted by cu015170
I did the math on it.. ~3.4 micron pixels


[ This Message was edited by: cu015170 on 2014-09-16 15:06 ]


Posted by emerson_shei
Great... Great... Great !

But I was in doubt: According to DxO, image sensor in this camera Sony RX Series (same sensor Cameraphone Panasonic) has 2.4 Microns

Look here:

http://www.dxomark.com/Camera[....]DSC-RX100___957_896_812#tabs-3
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2014-09-16 08:18 ]


Posted by cu015170
^ thank you, I divided by the wrong number.. I also updated the resolution to match the RX

Posted by Marly

On 2014-09-16 06:35:09, emerson_shei wrote:

Probably this product will be available in the Usa and then you can have spectacular 808 and innovative CM1, when you want in the palm of the hands.

Meanwhile I and other South Americans, we must content ourselves with the K Zoom and 1020 closest devices with the photographic quality of the former king of cameraphones.


Available in November in Germany and France, other markets not yet announced.

Source:
http://www.gsmarena.com/panas[....]ne_with_1_camera-news-9653.php
[ This Message was edited by: Marly on 2014-09-16 15:41 ]


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[ This Message was edited by: FlaviaMulik on 2014-09-24 07:17 ]


Posted by emerson_shei
Best Smartphones For Low-Light Photography

http://www.phonearena.com/new[....]-low-light-photography_id61145

Posted by emerson_shei
Unpacking The Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 By SmartCam Club

http://smartcam.club/node/3228

Posted by emerson_shei
Camera UI: Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1

http://smartcam.club/node/3230

Posted by emerson_shei
Review (Part 1): Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1

http://smartcam.club/node/3233

P.S: Surprisingly at least in daylight images, even with a larger image sensor and a set of best lenses, the Panasonic CM1 does not have an image quality higher than Nokia 808 PureView, on the contrary it is noticeably worse and the maximum is equal to the Nokia Lumia 1020

Posted by emerson_shei
Review (Part 2): Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1

http://smartcam.club/node/3236

Posted by emerson_shei
Very Good Review

Source: http://www.photographyblog.co[....]anasonic_lumix_dmc_cm1_review/

Posted by emerson_shei
Gone Fishing - With The Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1

http://smartcam.club/node/3274

Posted by emerson_shei
Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 And Nokia 808 PureView - In Full Colour And Black & White

http://smartcam.club/node/3277

Posted by emerson_shei
Panasonic Survey Strongly Suggests a New Lumix Smartcam Is In The Making

http://smartcam.club/node/3278
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2015-03-24 06:45 ]


Posted by Sylwester
Coming To America: Hands-on & First Shots with the Panasonic CM1, world’s first 1” sensor smartphone

http://www.imaging-resource.c[....]-first-1-inch-sensor-smartphon

Posted by Sylwester
http://www.imaging-resource.c[....]nasonic-cm1/panasonic-cm1A.HTM
[ This Message was edited by: Sylwester on 2015-05-03 10:19 ]


Posted by emerson_shei
Amazing Video Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBOZ4cYEgqE
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2015-05-12 04:30 ]


Posted by emerson_shei
The Panasonic Lumix DM-CM1 Has a Serious Issue That Needs Fixing ASAP

http://smartcam.club/node/3291

Posted by emerson_shei
Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 Camera Review By Connect DPReview

http://m.connect.dpreview.com[....]ic-lumix-dmc-cm1-camera-review

Posted by Sassho
Hi all. New samples by dpreview from greatest cameraphone in the world PanasĐľnic Lumix CM1
http://connect.dpreview.com/s[....]mbeddedSampleGallery3002349865


more Lumix CM1 samples here

Little sample by RAW - please don't look this


New nice fullsize compare between Lumix CM1 vs Lumia 1020 Original compare Part 2 here

[ This Message was edited by: Sassho on 2015-05-30 09:26 ]


Posted by Sassho
Nice Super-Cameraphone compare. Panasonic Lumix CM1 vs Lumia 1020. Lumix CM1 spec - Qualcomm C801 , 20mp camera with 1" sensor and LEICA DC ELMARIT F2.8 / 28mm lens. More info here. Price in Europe 900EU . Original camera compare here



For better compare I resize 40mp Lumia shots to 20mp resolution same as Lumix CM1







Posted by emerson_shei
DPReview Recommends: Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 (Best Smartphone Camera)

http://connect.dpreview.com/p[....]mmends-best-smartphone-cameras

Posted by emerson_shei
Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1: The Best Smartcam In LowLight Photography

http://smartcam.club/node/3301
[ This Message was edited by: emerson_shei on 2016-02-01 00:55 ]



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