Best Camera Mobile Appointed

Take the best shot with your phone. From three to twelve megapixel. Yes so great is the spread when we gather the best camera phones to see which one WINS. If it means that the output is given? Hardly.

rs that determine whether a mobile camera is good or bad. Look in advertising is megapixels almost the only measure, but the truth is far more complicated than that. What you notice as soon as you start to compare and study the pictures from our test. But there are still a few ground rules, things to look for when choosing camera phone.

The most important thing is probably the autofocus. It is a basic premise to get sharp images and today, all camera phones worth the name equipped with all phones we have here in the test have autofocus. So lucky they aren’t when it comes to Flash. No Flash or photo lamp is a mobile camera completely useless when it begins to darken. Flash provides generally better placed than photo light, but there are exceptions. Other things to look for in camera phone’s color accuracy, detail and megapixels, but it’s hard to look at your phone and easier to see our test images in this test.

Settings

Sony Ericsson has similar camera arrangement whether we look at their Android x 10 or on the Sony Ericsson Satio. A row of icons that provides access to the main settings and auto mode am traveling screen from the Setup icons and lets you focus on the subject. The satio has an automatic and very good Flash. The X 10 is forced to go into the menus to manually light the photo light each time it is needed. LG Crystal with their keypad and touch screen has admirably large icons and provides easy operation for fine tuning settings. Would you go deeper you are forced to use a virtual reel of screen that is far from easy-to-operate.

HTC Desire has more finishing capabilities than actual photo settings while the Nokia N86, N900 combines fast selection via icons with more advanced settings in the menu, just like Sony Ericsson made thus. It is a logical division. Samsung has done differently and pouring in of settings and icons directly in the photo mode, and in this way contributes most to the confusion. Apple is doing just the opposite. There is not a single setting. Foolproof and easy, but zero options.

Score Settings:

Sony Ericsson Xperia X 108

Sony Ericsson Satio9

Nokia N868

Samsung Pixon 127

Htc Desire5

LG Crystal7

Nokia N9007

Apple Iphone 3 g5

Use

A real camera that is it and nothing else often have a large screen, a button, and your own control, such as zoom. Camera cell phone always has to compromise in this area and is therefore rarely as good. Most obvious drawback I notice with the phones that do not have button of the camera. It’s the Iphone and HTC Desire that lacks a button on this page. The iPhone has an on-screen button and Desire has its optical sensor that triggers. Both means that you press on the subject and it makes the whole camera easy jumps to so the picture gets fuzzy. What else distinguishes these camera phones apart is that Androidmobilerna is better to let you share your images on sites like Flickr, Twitter, Facebook, and more. Also Nokia N900 is good at this, and allows you to send pictures in a way that is very well integrated into the system. Sony Ericsson x 10 and HTC Desire is thus equivalent to the Nokia N900 on this area. Samsung Pixon12 has in its many different services you can share to but the settings to get it to work is hopelessly complicated.

Score Use

Sony Ericsson Xperia X 108

Sony Ericsson Satio7

Nokia N86 8MP7

Samsung Pixon 126

Htc Desire7

LG Crystal6

Nokia N9008

Apple Iphone 3 g6

Image quality-daylight

Normally, zooming you won’t enter the details of your mobile photos to check out pixel by pixel. You often need not, after all, it is the overall impression that is important. Defects you don’t see plays not so much role. So we start with the overall impression. HTC Desire is the phone that most clearly notice out. It can’t handle without dulling the colors often provide pictures. If you look in detail is the Sony Ericsson Satio which clearly takes home the victory. The details in the photo are accurate and, above all, the photos are sharp without being stuck with some of the defects you see in pictures of competitors. Nokia N900 have disturbances in the form of colourful pixels, Nokia N86 looks like a smeared oil painting, Pixon 12 from Samsung has strange shadows in the contrast between bright and dark areas. So keep it on.

Rating Image Quality

Sony Ericsson Xperia X 106

Sony Ericsson Satio9

Nokia N86 8MP5

Samsung Pixon 126

Htc Desire4

LG Crystal5

Nokia N9005

Apple Iphone 3 g2

Image Quality-The Darkness

When we abandon the daylight it directly to most mobile cameras may struggle. It’s not just about who has the photo light and Flash, although it also has significance. At a little worse lighting, it is also interesting to see what phone are able to identify with the existing light that is actually there. In the dark it is Iphone 3GS that can handle the conditions worst. It has neither the photo light or Flash, and is worse than the other advantage of ambient light, perhaps because it does not have any settings you can screw on to adapt to different conditions.

We look at other cameras in the test is the Sony Ericsson x 10 and Nokia N86 which lights up the worst with their lamps. I have also tried without the lamp, but may still not particularly good photos with these two phones when natural light is missing. Sony Ericsson Satio and Samsung Pixon 12, i.e. the both cameras with 12 megapixel stands out clearly in detail. They have less noise than the other and therefore one can discern details even in worse conditions. Nokia N900 is also good at it on this, even if it is not properly reach up in the same class.

Image Quality-The Darkness

Sony Ericsson Xperia X 104

Sony Ericsson Satio9

Nokia N86 8MP4

Samsung Pixon 129

Htc Desire5

LG Crystal5

Nokia N9007

Apple Iphone 3 g2

Winner: Sony Ericsson Satio

12 megapixels, it is one of the few that offers, as are real Flash when most others have simple photo lamp. There is little doubt that Sony Ericsson Satio is the best camera phone. It gets beaten by competitors when it comes to opportunities to share photos with friends on the Web, but is better on almost everything else. Samsung Pixon also has 12 megapixel falls on everything too complex settings.