Review: Sanyo Taho
Images I captured with the Taho are Picture Mail worthy, but not worth much beyond that. Colors looked good, and images were sharp...enough. Shots taken inside were full of grain and digital artifacts, though. The flash was fairly bright, but it didn't help images much. Outdoors the Taho fared better, but not by much. In bright sunlight, the Taho had a hard time adjusting to brightness levels appropriately, and often overexposed images.
The Taho's camcorder app didn't deliver. Video is spectacularly digitized, with stuttering motions and color smearing all over the place. Basically, the phone can't be moved while shooting video if you want anything to remain even moderately in focus. Panning about seems to confuse the Taho, and the camcorder appears to react to things seconds after they happen. You might be able to get results that are worth sharing, but I highly doubt it.
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