Review: Motorola krave ZN4
Krave is equipped with a 2 MP camera with no flash and no self-portrait mirror. Shutter response lag is about two seconds.
Tap the screen and gray touch control icons appear. On the right is the +/- 8x continual zoom; arrayed on the left side are a video/still icon, access to your picture album, and an exit button. When you turn the phone to portrait mode, the icons automatically switch positions.
The viewfinder does not fill the entire screen, just a 240 x 320 pixel section. The extra 80 pixels is blank, some of it covered by part of the earpiece when the touch cover is down.
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When the touch cover is up, the 80 pixels next to the viewfinder in camera mode is just enough room to display thumbnails of the last pictures you took, up to three. Tap a thumbnail to zoom the picture to full screen.
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