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The Intuition has an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera with an LED flash that performs just fine as long as it has enough light. It comes equipped with several different modes, and even a "Say Cheese" feature that takes a photo when you say cheese. Or something that rhymes with cheese. If you have decent light, the photos will turn out crisp and with admirable color, but items in motion even just a bit will tend to blur.
The front-mounted camera is only 1.3 megapixels, and you won't want to use it for photos if you can help it. It's best if you use it only for video chat, which worked well with our Skype calls. With the pre-installed Color app, you can send photos directly to Facebook from the camera. This could be a benefit or a danger, depending on both your photographic ability, and if you have access to the device after you've been drinking.
Again, the rear-facing camera shines here, doing the heavy lifting at 1080p, while the front camera is best just for video conferencing. While the front camera promises full HD 1920x1080 recording, the default is set to 1440x1080. It supports numerous video formats, ranging from MP4 to DivX, WMV, and more, and also features Dolby Mobile. In our test videos, the video looked great from the rear camera, although just like the camera mode it needs sufficient light.
Color also works with the video camera, allowing you to broadcast live video to Facebook. We didn't experiment with this, but it would be a nifty feature for covering events you're attending. We just hope it doesn't accidentally switch on at inopportune moments. There is an included advanced image editor for still photos, and a Video Wiz app for editing video. It's not Final Cut in your pocket, but does have styles and simple editing features.
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