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HTC takes the image quality of the EVO seriously. So does Sprint. In fact, Sprint and HTC took a number of journalists on a photo-taking expedition with the EVO in tow during the CTIA Wireless trade show in New Orleans (see the cemetery below). The results are good, as I expected them to be. Aside from being fast-as-hell, the EVO takes pictures that are in focus, well exposed, properly balanced, and good-looking. The flsh does its job well, and the easy controls make sure the flash goes off when you want it to. You'll be happy to share these images.
The video coming from the EVO is also good, but just short of excellent. Focus and exposure are great, as is color representation, but I thought the video showed a bit too much noise. But this is being really picky. For the most part, you'll be pleased with the video results achieved with the EVO.
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