I have had good luck with the 1080p video capture, and also "night-vision" like video in very low-light. it looked like Army Night Vision goggles, like in Blair Witch. There have been some orange-ish shots too though...maybe an issue with the light detection.
I have seen some sights stating the front camera is 720p capable and others that only say it's 2MP VGA camera...it does take lower-res pics that I have seen but still acceptable. I do like that the 8MP pics are only 1.27 MB in size, not something massive like 6-8 MB each! I wonder how they got 3216x1808 so small under .jpg. That may be a drawback actually if they are overcompressed...
I got some of those orange shots, too! I deleted them; otherwise, I would have posted.
I love the camera on the Rezound and my wife has a bionic and sometimes her photos are better. I think it all comes down to lighting and how still you hold the camera because some of her pics she takes are flawless and sometimes mine are better.
The white balance setting on "Auto" seems to be the culprit in colors appearing "orange" or off-color. That is hopefully something HTC or ICS can address in software.
For now it appears setting to "Flourescent" indoors has helped tremendously, for me at least.
I do love the pics, just much better when they are both sharp AND true-to-life!
uhm, if you post these in the verizon galaxy nexus forum you might start a riot. Where did you get your hand on a verizon nexus?
On topic I am finding the indoor photos a little grainy but it takes beautful out door shots. My previous phone was the incredible and I think the Rezound does do a good deal better. Photos on incredible I found got blown out easily.
I've been happy with the camera so far. My only complaint is that using the zoom causes the image to fall apart. I've only used the camera in below zero or single digit temperatures, so that might have something to do with it. My favorite picture so far:
Just thought I'd throw this in here... I just video'd my daughter's ballet performance using the Rezound. I had it zoomed in all the way AND she was constantly in motion, so I know quality is typically compromised under these circumstances. All said, I was extremely impressed with the quality. I haven't experimented with closer-up video yet, but I'm sure it will be fantastic.
I have to say, I am impressed with some of these low light shots.
On a Droid 1, I would not even bother trying. The Droid takes great daylight pictures, but anything in low light is truly awful. Like Feature-phone awful. And that is something I have really missed out on these last couple years.
So it is nice to know I will FINALLY be able to take photos at night now.