A new open-source digital photography platform is to be available as a free download to those with a Nokia N900.

FCam – short for Frankencamera – will offer “a whole new class of photography” to mobile phone users, explains Ian, author of the Nokia Conversations blog.

The technology is able to balance extremely dark or light situations to ensure an image is just right.

Such a prospect may mean a number of consumers with a passion for taking snaps on their mobile decide to trade-in their old device in order to splash out on a Nokia N900.

Ian asserts: “The hope is that once FCam is in the public domain, Nokia developers and camera programmers will work to create a whole new class of programmable camera applications.”

According to the Finnish brand, the N900 is a phone that offers “extreme speed” and “outstanding performance”, as well as being an effective communication tool.

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