Review: Samsung Focus Flash for AT&T
The Focus Flash has a 5-megapixel camera that is aided by auto-focus and a flash. I was impressed with the quality of most shots I took. Aside from the presence of a slight amount of grain, the bulk of images I captured were in focus, had correct color/white balance, showed good levels of detail, and were exposed correctly. The rocks and brick picture below, for example, would be challenging for any camera with the dark/light portions of the subject, but the Focus Flash nailed it.
You'll definitely want to make use of the Focus Flash's sharing feature, as the photos are worth it.
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The video I captured with the Focus Flash gave me a headache. Focus, color, exposure, all that stuff is perfect. However, the motion of the 720p HD video made me feel sea sick. Despite holding the Focus Flash as still as possible, there's a stutter effect noticeable in the motion of the video. See the sample below. However, you can tell by the color of the sky that it gets everything else right. I found that stepping down to VGA quality video improved the stutter effect.