Review: Nokia 6126
The camera has 20/50 vision without using the digital zoom. The zoom works impressively well considering it can be used at any resolution. Pictures from the 6126 have a pink cast to them no matter what lighting situation they were taken in. This makes blue skies look purple and gives all but the whitest whites an odd cast. Video is relatively smooth but is very pixelated due to its low resolution. The video suffers from the same pink cast as the still pictures.
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