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Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007

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Test 1: Pictures taken outside during broad daylight

This is the most important camera test, considering that most people will use their cameras for taking pictures outside during the day. Therefore, these images tell a lot about the overall performance of camerphone.
100% Crop - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
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In our daytime test results, the V9m comes in 1st place. This is due to images having the best “true to life” color representation, saturation, and being properly exposed. Even though the V9m lack an Autofocus system, the images are in-focus as long as you are 1.5 feet away from the subject. The Voyager comes in 2nd place, since it does not have as much color saturation as the V9m. The FlipShot is a respectable 3rd, with images being as sharp as the Voyager, yet the color representation is slightly off. Rounding out 4th place is the Maxx Ve, due to the fact that images can be underexposed (too dark) when taking pictures outside. This is a problem with the Iris and only happens when there is too much light entering in the lens.

Cameraphone comparison samples. Scroll below for our category rating.

Samsung FlipShot - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Motorola Maxx Ve - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
LG Voyager - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Motorola RAZR2 V9m - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007

Samsung FlipShot

Motorola Maxx Ve

LG Voyager

Motorola RAZR2 V9m

Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Samsung FlipShot - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Motorola Maxx Ve - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
LG Voyager - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Motorola RAZR2 V9m - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007

Samsung FlipShot

Motorola Maxx Ve

LG Voyager

Motorola RAZR2 V9m

Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Samsung FlipShot - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Motorola Maxx Ve - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
LG Voyager - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007
Motorola RAZR2 V9m - Verizon Cameraphone Comparison Q4 2007

Samsung FlipShot

Motorola Maxx Ve

LG Voyager

Motorola RAZR2 V9m





The phone’s performance, sorted from 1st to 4th place:

1) V9m: Produces the best looking daytime images, excellent color and detail.
2) Voyager: Not as much color saturation, but images are sharp with good detail.
3) FlipShot: Images look somewhat washed-out and the color is not accurate.
4) Maxx Ve: Images are in focus and have good detail, but are too dark due to the Iris problem.

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