Huawei has generously given the Huawei Ascend G300 a 5MP auto focus offering, but unfortunately there's no front facing camera for those all important video calls and pouty profile pics.
We can't work out if we like the auto focus. When it focuses, it does so quickly enough, but not every time, and always in the middle of the screen. Frustratingly you can't even focus on something in the centre, then move as the camera automatically refocuses.
For the price point, we never expected a great deal of options to play with. What you do get is the ability to adjust exposure, picture size and quality, the "scene" (presets based upon what you're shooting) and some colour effects.
We can't see a major need for the colour effects, as they're more of a novel feature. There's the usual sepia, monochrome (black and white) and negative as well as solarise and aqua options that add a orangey/bluey tint respectively and posterise, which makes things look a bit grainier and increases contrast.
Other features include geo-tagging, white balance adjustment, a self timer, the option to select phone or SD card as the location to save your shots, flash and up to 4.0x digital zoom.
The update to Android 4.0 doesn't bring in any new features apart from a new panorama stitching tool, but it does update the app's layout a little.
It's still grey and bland though, just with all the buttons in a pull-out drawer to the left, as part of Huawei's minor UI tweaks.