Review: HTC Droid Incredible 2
The Incredible 2's 8 megapixel shooter was mostly accurate with exposure, white balance and color. Out in bright sunshine, I noticed that reds got blown out a bit and detail was lost. Shooting bright whites outdoors also gave the Incredible 2 some trouble. Otherwise, images were sharp, mostly free of grain, and had a nice look to them.
They are definitely worth sharing with friends through the social network and/or image sharing service of your choice.
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The Incredible 2 can capture video at 720p. The video I shot was crystal clear and full of sharp details. I was actually surprised at how well the Incredible 2 was able to focus and get things such as exposure and white balance correct.
You can definitely record YouTube-worthy moments with the Incredible 2.
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