By GeoffreyFarinha | November 23, 2010 10:30 AM
As time progresses, the picture taking and video recording quality of our cell phones camera improves. Some manufacturers consider a phenomenal camera as a major selling point to their new device. Others see it as a luxury that is often overlooked to keep production costs down. One thing is clear; cell phones are the most readily available device for many people. When they need to take a picture on the fly their phone is what they first reach for. Thus, it would only make since to have a good quality camera sensor on your cell phone.
Motorola details the Droid Pro as being able to record 720p video at 30 frames per second. In the below video we put this claim to the test. As you’ll see, the camera seems to perform fairly well in changing light conditions, as well as tracking fast moving objects such as dogs. Press play below to see for yourself.