By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi -Monday, February, 16 2015
BlackBerry Classic offers an 8 megapixel rear camera and a 2 megapixel front camera. The camera app is quite simple and misses out on high end features like image stabilisation.
By default, the BlackBerry Classic clicks pictures in 4:3 ratio which you have to manually change. This picture is one such example.
As I said, the phone can also capture images in 16:9 ratio as this picture.
The BlackBerry Classic's camera is quite quick and nicely reproduces colours.
Even in artificial light, as this picture which was clicked inside a mall, the phone has no problem whatsoever in capturing details and colours.
The BlackBerry Classic's rear camera is quite quick to focus on objects while blurring non-focussed parts.
In bright outdoors, the HDR option should not be used as it burns the image by capturing too much light.
This is the non-HDR version of the previous picture.
In low light, though the HDR version managed to capture lights, there was too much of grain.
Without HDR, the BlackBerry Classic infact does a much better job but with few noises.
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