Review: Motorola Titanium
The Titanium's 5 megapixel shooter and flash combo were able to do a decent job at collecting usable images. Most images I captured were spot on with respect to white balance, color representation, and focus. Grain was kept to a minimum, though exposure had a tendency to be off from time-to-time. It was prone to blowing out whites and reds in certain settings, which isn't the end of the world, but leads to photos with a loss of detail.
Are these images worth sharing? You betcha. They'll look great on your Facebook page, on Twitter, or in the photo gallery of your choice.
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The Titanium shoots video at a maximum of CIF (352 x 288) resolution. What that means is videos look pretty crummy. The Titanium gets the basics, such as exposure, color, and white balance all correct, and even focus is mostly good. But the horrid amount of grain present in videos overrides all these qualities.
Is the video worth sharing? I suppose, in a pinch, it is better than nothing.
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