The camera shoots stills at a maximum of a mere 2MP and video at just 320 x 240. There are very few tweaks to make in order to improve the picture quality.
A three, six and nine burst shot mode, self timer and some colour effects just about cover the stills features. There's no flash, but there is a tiny self portrait mirror for taking shots of yourself.
DARK TIMES: In general, the camera had a lot of trouble letting enough light in to take good photos. The trees in this photo lack almost any definition at all. The sample photos were all taken on a dull rainy day, and perhaps the camera would have fared better in bright sunlight
OLDEN TIMES: Shot in Sepia, mode, the photo again lacks definition, but at least in this case it seems appropriate to the colour scheme!
BIRD BRAIN: Here we have a different problem with light. The reflective glass on this mosaic meant the camera had just too much light and complexity to manage, and the result is an ill defined photo. The brickwork looks OK, though
WASHED OUT: Yes, it was grey when this photo was taken, but that's not really an excuse for the washed-out colours and lack of vibrancy in the image.