I'm not a regular photographer. I'm not much into gadgets, pixels and other specifications.
Ive been using a hand-over branded handy camera from my daughter.
My Phone is four months old. I saw it at a Local Tiangge. It doesn't exactly fit my cellphone standard; or I thought so. I want a white, handy, simple, big letters, wide-screen cellphone, w/ TV/radio, loud sound. I don't want double SIM, touch screen, 3G, super high-tech and expensive because I'm careless with things, anti-tech, anti-gadget, and its dangerous in the Philippines to walk around with expensive gadgets.
When I saw this, it almost fit except for the color. My husband and I Cant leave it because we both want its looks. Roamed around the Mall and other Malls for other better; or comparing the price and we always end up looking at it.
It's simple-looking, elegant, Silver and black, big-faced, flat sides, square, big letters, cheap and on-promo.
When I went to The Peak, I don't have a Camera but the view up there is so breathtaking seeing the wide sights, I wanna take a serious shot. My daughter didn't let me bring her Canon Handy Camera and the hand-over one is borrowed by my sister.
I'm not the one using it so I'm not familiar with the specs; it has complete prayers, rosary, everyday soul food, and complete Filipino creeds all in the CD's.
No zoom, I took pictures. I just settle the image i want at the middle of the screen. if you think thee black glass is full screen; look again. the lens is only 1 1/2X2 inches..I wasn't expecting wide shots. I thought I will be getting the middle of an image; margins out.
Kaye was the firsts I saw; I can take a full picture of her at a distance of about one meter. At one ruler far; I got her close-up.
I was amazed to see full, wide shots when I was expecting only the exact image or maybe half to appear on the shots.
I can easily focus, I don't even focus. I just estimate the center of the image and the screen. I found it better to use than when I was using a real Handy Camera.
PS. Shooting the Red Sky, I realized this Cellphone has a Zoom and was able to use it.
They said it was a version of the phased-out SONY Ericsson. It is made in the Philippines and it is called Pinoy Phone.