Video is almost as impressive, topping out at 720p and auto focusing without the need to tap on the screen.
Not surprisingly, the video doesn't look too hot in low-light, but you can turn the LED flash on in a few taps.
You can also choose a variety of resolutions to shoot at, ranging from 176x144 to 1280x720. We preferred pressing an easy to access button, which optimized the recording mode for MMS, making it easy as pie to create simple bite-sized videos for our friends.
Onscreen buttons are mostly the same as the camera's; you can still adjust the exposure levels, and add guidelines, but there are a few different tricks available in video mode. Where you would find a focus mode in the Camera app, you'll find a timer and white balance level in the video app.
There are also four effects to choose from, which allow you to shoot normally, or in Negative, Black and white, or Sepia.
Besides lowlight quality, our one complaint with the video app is that there are almost too many options (if you can call that a valid complaint). Those trying to preserve room on thier phone may not know if they should change the video resolution or the video quality, and accessing these panes takes some digging.