How many MP do YOU think you've got?

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  1. chickenmatt5

    chickenmatt5 Community Development Staff Member

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    On the rear camera, how many MP do you believe the iPT4 has?
  2. checkpoint

    checkpoint New Member

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    It's been proven to have 0.7mp, but I still think it takes pretty good pictures if you're outside, but indoor pics seem pretty grainy, but they are manageable... or at least to me they are.

    I only take pics to put on Facebook, though, so that's just me. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and this is mine.
  3. iBM3

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    mrtntv2 Well-Known Member

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    i 100% agree inside there grain put outside there neer perfect if u keep your hand steady
  5. tinyman392

    tinyman392 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It is a 0.7MP camera. The camera is sub-par, but acceptable. I wouldn't use it as a main camera if you're serious with photography, but for a camera for Facebook, it'll work, also will work as an HD camera. It also supports tap to focus.
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    No, it only has tap to Expose. (Exposure)
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    Actually, it's not tap to focus, it's like... tap to change exposure or something along those lines. The camera in the iPod Touch 4G is a fixed-focus camera.

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