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BlackBerry Leap Camera Test

BlackBerry Leap has an 8 megapixel auto focus rear camera that comes with LED flash light and has image stabilisation feature. In the front, it has a 2 megapixel unit.

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Close Up

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.

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Colour Output

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.

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HDR Lowlight

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.

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Lowlight normal

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.

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Full Zoom

Like in most smartphones, the Leap’s 8 megapixel camera’s zoom feature is useless as is evident from this picture.

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HDR in Artificial light

This image was taken around 9 PM and in HDR mode

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Normal Shot in Artificial Light

This image was taken around 9 O’clock in the evening, in normal mode.

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Normal Shot in Broad Daylight

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.

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Front Camera HDR in Lowlight

The BlackBerry Leap has a 2 megapixel front camera which also comes with HDR mode, check the image above.

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Front Camera Normal in Lowlight

This image was taken through the front camera as well but in normal mode.

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Front Camera in Daylight, 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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