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Focus is very soft, exposure was mostly OK, and white balance/color worked itself out most of the time, but the grain is insane. It's like the pictures have been painted on sand. They might be worth an MMS every now and then, but you're not going to be framing these images or showing them off anywhere.
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Ditto for video. The Renue shoots video at a maximum resolution of QVGA (240 x 320). It's cruddy at best. The soft focus and grain make it almost unwatchable.
3GPP / MPEG-4 format (viewable with QuickTime)
File size: 1.7 MB
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