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Alas, the camera doesn’t have the Carl Zeiss lens you’ll find on the pricier Nokia models but it does an okay job nonetheless. Colour balance is generally accurate (though it can get a bit saturated when using the flash) and images tend to be fairly sharp.

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Nokia C7

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Nokia C7

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Nokia C7

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It starts up fairly quickly, about four seconds, and the settings allow you to create your own default set-up for flash, sharpness, contrast and the like. There’s also face, but not smile detection.

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