By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi -Monday, June, 22 2015
The BlackBerry Leap's 8 megapixel rear camera isn't able to focus on objects from very close quarters. While capturing this picture, I had struggled a lot to focus on the flowers. The phone eventually did from a distance of about 6-7 cm.
The 8 MP camera though was magnificent vis-a-vis colour output. Also, can you see the water droplet on the leaf on the right side of the rose.
BlackBerry Leap's rear camera has HDR mode and its usefulness and output is in full glory in this image. The next image was taken without HDR mode.
This image was captured just seconds before the earlier image but without HDR mode. To be frank, not many phones can capture such pictures with bare minimum light.
Like in most smartphones, the Leap's 8 megapixel camera's zoom feature is useless as is evident from this picture.
This image was taken around 9 PM and in HDR mode
This image was taken around 9 O'clock in the evening, in normal mode.
This picture was captured in broad daylight, with sun on our left hand side. The 8 megapixel camera doesn't capture much detail to allow users to crop the images but it doesn't deteriorate the colour.
The BlackBerry Leap has a 2 megapixel front camera which also comes with HDR mode, check the image above.
This image was taken through the front camera as well but in normal mode.
If there is enough lighting, the 2 megapixel front camera of BlackBerry Leap can capture nice pictures which is quite evident from this image.
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