One of the issues to surface over the Reuters- Nokia gathering was the quality of pics.
You heard a little bit of the debate when Tim raised it in yesterday's Video post.
Today I was on Nokia's site feeling around and posted the point raised in the video.
Obviously, I'm sure of this, it'll improve.
And there are many perhaps, evidenced when you go to Nokia's user group, who will say its superb.
No worries, that's really not my contention.
Do I take my A1 or er Nokia, maybe a debate a lot of us will have very soon, with by then the A1 doing something extraordinary to thwart of a filming device when you can edit-load at the press of a button.
Which on that note Multimedia Editor John Dempsey from IC Liverpool alerted me to this.
Liverpool one of the first tranche of newspapers in the UK to go video journalism, have at times been able to sell footage to the BBC.
He tells me about this shoot - a march in support of Rafa Benitez Liverpool's coach captured on the Noki and posted on IC Liverpool's site.
There's some white noise but what do you think about the pics as opposed to not having them at all