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Let's be careful about what we're talking about here. If the pictures are of the actual camera and are about showing the physical product then they're no doubt often shot in a studio with a proper studio camera. That's (probably) what Ken is talking about and there is nothing underhand about that.

If on the other hand the pictures are about showing what kind of results the camera can produce then I very much doubt they'd risk faking it by using a different camera.




But Nokia are talking about the kind of results you will get from the phone right. So it can just be a simulation of the result.

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If they had to go out of their way to 'simulate' their own products results, it makes you wonder what kind of a result the average consumer can expect.

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