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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by phillbooth, May 26, 2010.

  1. phillbooth

    phillbooth Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Need an excelent camera phone like 12 MP with a good digital zoom + Android for the UK

    Can anyone advise or do I have to wate 5 years?
     


  2. phillbooth

    phillbooth Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Or to put it into another context.... what is the best camera phone I can get with an Android OS?
     
  3. SoFLO

    SoFLO Guest

    I'm not sure about what's available in the UK but the Android with the best camera over there would probably be the Desire, Legend, or Nexus One which run at five megapixels.

    If you're looking for a phone just for it's camera quality you'll be disappointed as phones can't pack the same hardware as your standard point and shoot cameras.

    Edit: The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 has an 8.1 megapixel camera.
     
  4. Vihzel

    Vihzel Destroying Balls Everyday

    12MP in a phone? holy crap...
     
  5. PaulMcCartney

    PaulMcCartney Android Expert

    Best camera in an Android phone?

    Xperia X10. Sony makes great cameras.

    Only Nokia and Sony use Carl Zeiss German optics in their phones, which is as good as it gets for pocket-sized cameras.

    My 5-year-old Sony Ericsson W810i still takes better pictures than most phones.

    And it's only 2MP.
     
  6. Vihzel

    Vihzel Destroying Balls Everyday

    I actually think that the Canon cameras are better than Sony cameras. I've owned both and the Canon has done a better job for me. A big problem with Sony cameras with that lens is that the pictures come out too soft. The Incredible on the other hand, comes out with too sharp ones.
     
  7. PaulMcCartney

    PaulMcCartney Android Expert

    Well, yeah. I was talking about phones, not cameras in general. :)

    When it comes to cameras, Sony Ericsson and Nokia are the two best phone manufacturers.
    Mainly because they both use Carl Zeiss optics.
     
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