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Him again

Yep, our old tablet-camera-testing friend, Foxy Brown (that's what I call him, at least), is back and is once again ready for his closeup. The TF700 includes an 8-megapixel back camera with an F/2.2 aperture.
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Disturbing...

Lynn La helps creep me out test the TF700's back camera quality.
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Ahh, that's better

A much more appropriate (and a lot less creepy) pic of Lynn, doing her own testing thing.
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Sweets

This shot demonstrates the closeup-detail-capturing prowess of the TF700's camera.
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Contrast

Donald Bell's desk is rife with sunlight, toys, gadgets, and other geeky fun stuff. You know, like sunlight! NEEEEERRRDDD!
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Don't judge

Pay no attention to the titles of these books and focus your attention instead on the fine detail of each book's spine that the camera was able to capture.
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Looks better on the tablet

This picture actually looks better (no noticeable aliasing) when viewed on the tablet or at its full resolution.
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Natural beauty

Another detailed, natural shot. Oh wait, no, this is the first...and only.
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Get it?!

LOL, ridiculously obvious puns are funny.
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Not my car

No, this isn't my car, but that didn't stop me from seizing an opportunity to use its engine for my own, professional purposes.
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