Review: LG DoublePlay for T-Mobile
The DoublePlay's 5-megapixel camera does a fine job. In most cases, focus, white balance, and exposure are all spot on. I noticed some softness on close-ups, and some graininess on indoor shots, but the majority of images are really accurate. They're definitely worth sharing.
The DoublePlay shoots video at 720p HD. Unfortunately, it falls into a trap that's too common among high-def cell phone video cameras: The video is so sharp and the refresh rate is so high that everything looks jittery. The slightest movement to the DoublePlay while recording is amplified and delivers a good case of the jitters. The video I shot gave me a headache. Image stabilization would have been an appreciated feature here. However, focus is good, colors look good, and there's little grain.
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