Normal light, overhead light on, the video capture is quite clean, and
there is no limit to movie length on the phone which is always useful.
The video is shot at only 68.87 kbps, at 9 frames per second and audio
at mono 8000 khz. So at that, is far more similiar to a VGA res. video
output than a 2 megapixel model.
Overall I found the panasonic VS6 actually quite a pleasure to use, the operating system although not that flexible does give you a solid performance with no sudden crashes or anything. The design is sleek and the form factor designed for your pocket. I think this is a good entry level phone for a new moblogger, especially someone who likes their phone to be compact sleek and easy to use.
11th Dec 2005, 12:04
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a nice crisp shot comparatively for real low light plus 3x digital zoom.
11th Dec 2005, 11:57
mmmn. breakfast :)Colour seperation here is fine, but as we've come to expect from the
vs6, there is not much detail and the image is grainy.
11th Dec 2005, 11:55
This is an acrylic painting of Stini's, so I wanted to see if the
panasonic vs6 would pick up on the whorls and grains of the paint. This
is in normal room light, and although totally clear and relatively
crisp, for a 2 megapixel camera the vs6 doesnt pick up on the detail
that you'd expect.
11th Dec 2005, 11:53
Surprisingly good detail really close-up on my eye, but one thing you'll
notice is how steady you have to hold the phone in order to get a
semi-decent shot of anything up close.
11th Dec 2005, 11:51
So with black and white, sepia, negative and normal the panasonic vs6
has all the common effect features of modern camera phones, and gives
fairly good results for all.
11th Dec 2005, 11:50
crisp edges and good detail, you cant go too wrong in Negativ-land.
11th Dec 2005, 11:48
zoomed in from inside my room through a little cubby hole into the
kitchen. Grainy and indistinct, but perhaps not too much more than you'd
expect a zoom of around 15 feet.
11th Dec 2005, 11:46