Nokia 9 is camera-oriented device, which is clear from the moment the device was announced (even earlier if we count the leaks). It’s first of its kind offering a multi-camera system that works with all cameras at the same time and provides RAW files with up to 240MP of data and 1200 layers of depth, which is a record among smartphones.
To all Nokia 9 users, Nokia Mobile on setup recommends downloading the Adobe Lightroom app for RAW file editing right on the device. Nokia Mobile also announced that Adobe will shortly be including a lens profile for the Nokia 9 PureView and in the latest May update Adobe did that.
Lens profiles can be used to “correct common lens aberrations such as barrel and pincushion geometric distortion. Most lens profiles also correct for vignette, where the corners of an image appear darker than the rest of an image.” Overall, it should make the image better before you start editing.
We don’t have a Nokia 9 PureView so we cannot confirm or test any of this. Users on Reddit reported it was available after the latest Adobe Lightroom update and it’s mentioned on official Adobe pages.
If you have a Nokia 9 and/or you already played with Nokia 9’s lens profile, do tell us down below if you noticed any significant difference. 🙂