Nokia did an amateurish mistake in that they didn't mention to the public that video they released as a teaser for the Lumia 920 launch on Sept. 5th, and later released a longer version of it showing stills as well, that the entire video was made using other equipment.
It was definitely misleading.
How much this mistake will affect the 920's public perception and sales??
Discussions already started on other threads over here, and everywhere on the net..
I think though, that this is mistake that could be corrected pretty fast and effectively as well.
Simply by showing the world what the 920 is capable of!
Nokia claims that PureView's IOS is 50% more effective than that of high-end consumer SLRs.
Proving that will be enough to get the trust back.
They already proved with actual samples that the 920 is capable of something unique to the smartphone market.
They can higher that a level further and compare it the same way the 808 PureView was compared to high-end consumer cameras!
They need do nothing more than that.