Nextbit Robin (2016)-Much like its screen, the Robin's 13-megapixel rear camera is fairly no-frills. It's the sort of shooter that winds up on lots of midrange smartphones, which is to say it's usually passable, if unremarkable. It feels like we've had nothing but miserable, gray days for weeks here in New York, but the Robin did an accurate job of capturing the few patches of color I could find. Photos had a decent amount of detail, too; you might not want to print these pictures out, but there's enough going on here that you could share them on social media without fear of embarrassment. More ambitious photographers also have the option to shoot in a manual mode that offers nuanced control over ISO, white balance, shutter speed, exposure and focus. You'll need those controls if you want to master low-light or night photography with the Robin, too -- while dark shots weren't quite as grainy as I expected, the camera had a tough time focusing on subjects when things started to get dim.
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