Review: Samsung Infuse 4G
The Infuse's sensor is capable of capturing 8 megapixels. I was impressed with its performance. Given the solid camera controls, you can fine-tune the Infuse to handle pretty much any lighting situation. Even if you don't futz with the controls, the automatic settings do a commendable job.
In the images I captured, I noticed that the Infuse had a little bit of trouble with white balance when using the flash. Not using the flash led to better white balance performance. Both indoors and out, images were sharp, clear, and free of digital noise and other garbage. The Infuse can easily be used to replace a point-and-shoot on any vacation.
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The Infuse can also capture 720p HD video. Panning the Infuse around produced some waviness, but otherwise, HD video looked very, very good. I was pleased with the overall clarity of the video and the lack of smearing and blockiness. Colors weren't 100% accurate, but they were close enough that it won't matter to most people.
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