The Motorola Razr HD has a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera and an 8 megapixel main camera with flash and autofocus, which was to be expected really, since although a few phones such as the Sony Xperia Z are upping the megapixel count, 8 is still the go-to number for most high-end handsets.

At least there's a bunch of options to play with, from being able to tap to autofocus on certain things to being able to adjust the exposure, add location information and choose from a few different scene modes or effects.

Motorola Razr HD review

It's very easy to use too, with a drop-down menu containing clearly labelled options.

While an 8 megapixel snapper might not be very exciting, it did manage some fairly decent pictures. It's also pretty speedy, meaning you can take a lot of pictures in a short space of time.

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Motorola Razr HD review

HDR mode can really make images pop out of the screen - though it takes several seconds to take each photo in this mode.

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Motorola Razr HD review

Close-ups can be quite striking, with the camera doing a great job of focusing on the right area.

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Motorola Razr HD review

Indoor shots without flash tend to be quite grainy.

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Motorola Razr HD review

Turning the flash on doesn't make the image much brighter but it does remove a lot of the noise.

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Motorola Razr HD review

The Motorola Razr HD doesn't have any sort of action mode, and it really shows when trying to take pictures of fast moving objects, with the results looking very blurred.

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Motorola Razr HD review

There are a few effects that you can add to images, none of which serve much practical purpose other than being a bit of fun. This one is called Aqua.

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