Nokia C2-01 review: Camera
The camera on the Nokia C2-01 is a basic 3.2-megapixel module with no flash. There's no side button for a really quick launch and snap, though you can put a shortcut on the main screen if you want to.
It actually does a fairly decent job where stills are concerned, if you are happy to live within its boundaries. There's no tapping to autofocus, no special shooting modes for night, sports, smiling people and the like, and no macro mode. This really is point-and-click territory.
OUTDOORS: For standard point and shoot stuff the camera does a decent enough job
CLOSE-UP: Up close, you can get a fair bit of detail, but don't expect macro mode focussing – it's not an option
INDOORS: As long as indoor scenes are well lit, you can take a decent photo. This one was shot through glass
NORMAL: There are lots of shooting effects, and this is where the fun kicks in. This one is normal mode
BLACK AND WHITE: Greyscale images are as you would expect them to be
SEPIA: The same can be said for sepia
FALSE COLOURS: The false colours setting can produce some interesting oddities. These flowers are fun
NEGATIVE: The jollity continues with a negative image which gives an interesting overall effect
SOLARISE: Solarise adds yet another different take to a photo and can be used to good effect