The Sony Ericsson Xperia pro has both a front-facing VGA camera which they can use for video calls and video conferenceing, and also the rear 5-megapixel main camera. The main camera supports auto-focus and possesses a small LED flash to assist under low-light shooting conditions.
The camera app includes many useful features, such as red-eye lessening and smile shot, where the camera waits prior to the subject in your picture is truly smiling before taking the photo. Much like the iPhone it also includes touch concentration, where you touch an area in the image on the screen to have the camera to focus in on that perhaps the picture.
It's a shame then that this results from the camera are unsatisfying. It has a tendency to burn up highlights on brighter areas of your image, leaving pictures with an overexposed search. And while photos appear sharp for the phone's small screen, when you transfer the crooks to a computer and zoom in the idea quickly becomes apparent the detail and sharpness is often a tad lacking. In fact, we've witnessed phones with 3-megapixel cameras that develop better results.