The camera UI on the Toshiba AT300 is native Android Ice Cream Sandwich, and there are very few features afforded to you.

On the back is a 5 megapixel snapper, complete with flash, that takes reasonable pictures - if somewhat pixelated and noisy. If you've not got a smartphone or a compact camera on your person and something happens that simply must be captured, it'll do the job, but we wouldn't recommend relying on it.

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The same goes for video. Although it records in 720p HD, the video quality is pretty lousy, with the sensor struggling to cope with even the slightest movement.

There is a 2 megapixel camera up front, which does the job when it comes to video conferencing or face-unlocking.

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The change in contrast between bright sunlight and shadow proved tricky for the Toshiba AT300.

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Even with the sunset option selected, the pictures were pretty much unusable.

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Blurring was a problem, with the tablet unable to cope with multiple action points.

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With no flash and little natural light, inside images were grainy.

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Rather than lighting an area, the flash was very reflective on surfaces.