Round up of Lumia 920 Image Stabilisation Videos

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The Lumia 920 is, at least partially, being sold on the strength of its cornucopia of gadgets built into its glossy polycarbonate shell. One of those gadgets is its optical image stabilisation, which ironically invited some negative press due to some misrepresenting public relation videos. However, the actuator mounted camera module is very real and appears to work. In anticipation of getting our hands on one to test for ourselves and report back to you, here is a selection of YouTube videos to show what all the fuss has been about.

First of all, here's the video that caused all the trouble. Nokia later apologised saying, "Of course, hindsight is 20/20, but we should have posted a disclaimer stating this was a representation of OIS only"

Following we see the video that Nokia posted to demonstrate what Pureview Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) can really do.

Also, see our earlier post detailing Engadget's hands-on time comparing the Lumia 920 and iPhone 5

Here you can see the Lumia 920 vs the Samsung Galaxy S3 both mounted atop a radio controlled car, read more about the test here.

This test has a Lumia 920 mounted on a heavy duty vibration platform, presumably to provide long term shaky-cam results without giving anyone repetitive strain injury!

Here's another real-ish world test of the iPhone 4S compared to the Lumia 920.