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3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93

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Unlike all other phones we've tested, the N80's camera lacks auto-focus, which puts it a step behind. It also lacks the trendy Carl Zeiss logo on its lens, unlike the N73 and N93, but in fact it is not much worse than the others.

The camera starts after the push of its only dedicated key – the one on the right side, which also acts as a shutter key, and it takes just 3 seconds. As it is on the ‘bottom slider' you can use it even with the phone closed, but in this case you will have less space to put your fingers on.

The interface is in landscape mode, but unlike the N73 and N93 the right side is occupied by icons which are no shortcuts – only simple indicators – they show the shooting and flash modes but in order to change them you have to go through some menus. Moving up and down (right and left) will adjust the zoom (note that this is digital zoom (as all other tested phones, except for the N93 that has 3x optical zoom) and using it will only reduce the quality of the pictures), while pressing left or right will pop up a menu consisting of options like shooting and flash modes, color scenes, white balance, etc. Changing from Landscape to Macro mode is done with the tiny switch located on the back, below the camera lens.

3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93
3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93
3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93
3-megapixel camera-phones comparison: D900, K800, N73, N80, N93

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