Camera Quality: Rear-Facing, No Zoom
The rear-facing camera on the Tablet S is probably closest to Asus' Transformer in terms of quality. Both lack a flash, so you need good lighting to achieve nice-looking pictures. Be careful of strong light sources; lens flare can be a major problem.
Camera Quality: Rear-Facing, Max Zoom
The Tablet S yields zoomed-in shots similar in quality to other tablets equipped with 5.0 MP cameras.
Camera Quality: Rear-Facing, Macro
Macro shots turn out surprisingly well.
Camera Quality: Front-Facing
The Tablet S' real weakness is its low resolution (640x480) 0.3 MP front-facing camera. Nearly other every competing Android-based tablet offers better image quality. Overall the front-facing camera has a hard time compensating for low light. If you plan to use a VoIP app like Skype, make sure you're in a well-lit room first.
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- Benchmark Results: Real-World
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