Review: Palm Pre
For the most part, I was really happy with the pictures that I captured using the Pre. There were some odd white balance issues from time to time, but in general, pictures were sharp, clear, colorful and correctly exposed. As with most cameras, shots taken indoors were more grainy than those taken outdoors, but sharpness and focus didn't suffer at all. The camera was able to balance out really uneven lighting better than most phones with cameras of this quality.
Not every shot turns out perfect, but I would venture a guess that most people will like what they see.
The Pre does not record video.
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