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Macro shots look a little better, with the camera able to capture a decent amount of detail on close-up subjects. The Liquid Jade S also does a reasonable job of creating a shallow depth whilst keeping the subject in focus.
'Night', 'Night Portrait' and 'HDR' modes help to maximise the amount of light that the f/1.8 lens on the Liquid Jade S receives. Images taken in low light are a little grainy and far from spectacular, yet some detail still remains.
Videos recorded using the rear camera of the Liquid Jade S are just as disappointing as the stills it snaps. The 1080p videos, shot at 30 frames per second, lack detail and the camera fails to adjust quickly to changing light conditions.
Much like the 13MP unit around the back, the 5MP front-facing shooter on the Liquid Jade S is underwhelming. Noise is once again visible and images lack sharpness.
The overall camera experience on the Liquid Jade S is far from the worst out there but, considering the specs, it performs poorly. Images from the rear camera will suffice for sharing on social media and the front snapper is adequate for the occasional selfie and video chat, but nothing more.
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