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The iPhone's camera did relatively well in broad daylight. Read editors' take
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The camera also did a decent job taking pictures in the shade. But it couldn't quite handle the contrast to bright light. Notice how the building on the left side blends into the background. Read editors' take
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The iPhone isn't so great for distant scenery; far away objects looked rather fuzzy. Read editors' take
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It wasn't half bad with close-up shots, but light colors blended into one another. Read editors' take
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Without a flash, the iPhone camera is not optimized for night shots. Read editors' take
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Cars driving by at night became little more than streaks of light. Read editors' take
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Shots taken in overcast weather were decent, if a bit dark. Read editors' take
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Motion in brightly lit shots tended to be blurry. Read editors' take
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The camera did show colors well. Read editors' take
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The iPhone did well with our test image taken in CNET's photo studio. Read editors' take
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