LED vs Xenon…FIGHT!

The winner is clear, as I knew it would be.

In the fight between an LED flash and a Xenon flash, there is no contest.

The N95, while close to perfection, is beat out in the camera department by the N82.  Low-light conditions were not the N95’s friend, as they were either too dark, blurry, or both.

The N82, with its Xenon gas flash, eliminates any problems related to darkenss, night, or anything relating with or pertaining to black (DAMN I did it again! 😛 ).

Following the jump will reveal the true difference between the two flashes.

The N95s 5 MP camera with a single LED bulb on the back for a flash.  Great for close-ups, but not so great for objects or people more than a meter away.  Optimum range for an LED flash is probably 50cm or half a meter.

The N95's 5 MP camera with a single LED bulb on the back for a flash. Great for close-ups, but not so great for objects or people more than a meter away. Optimum range for an LED flash is probably 50cm or half a meter.

The N82s 5 MP camera with a Xenon flash.  Same position, but a bucketload more light produced.  Just as a real camera, a Xenon flash does a fantastic job illuminating objects or people 10-15 meters away or more.

The N82's 5 MP camera with a Xenon flash. Same position, but a bucketload more light produced. Just as a real camera, a Xenon flash does a fantastic job illuminating objects or people 5-10 meters away or more.

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