If you've ever used an Android or iOS device, the camera interface should look pretty familiar.
Camera Quality: Rear-Facing, Distance
The rear-facing camera takes decent shots, but only if you're close to the object you're shooting. Samsung doesn't let you manually set focus, which is a major disappointment since autofocus doesn't really work. Point-and-shoots and smartphones are probably better candidates for group shots from a distance.
Camera Quality: Rear-Facing, Up Close
Camera Quality: Front-Facing
While Samsung's front-facing camera is on par with some of the best tablets, you still need reasonable lighting for VoIP-based communications apps like Skype.
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