Review: LG enV3
The enV3's 3 megapixel camera definitely supersedes its predecessor. It doesn't have auto-focus, but that extra megapixel helps out a lot in creating richer, fuller images. That's not to say that the enV3 doesn't suffer from the same issues that most cameraphones do. Pictures taken outdoor were clear and well exposed, with warm colors. Pictures indoors showed more evidence of grain, and the camera had a harder time correctly exposing areas in low-light. Using the Intelligent Shot feature helps out with this a little bit. In all, the enV3 will probably replace a separate point-and-shoot camera for many, but it doesn't for me.
The video recorder performs on par with the still camera. It will record up to an hour of video (storage dependent) and also clip them down to the appropriate length for MMS. The video camera did respond really well to extreme changes in lighting, and presented very little ghosting or blurred images when panned back and forth.
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