The two-megapixel camera sensor on the rear of the tablet is basic at best. There’s no tap to focus, no built-in flash and it initially appeared that the focal length was much higher than in other budget tablets, meaning we had to stand about a foot further back to fit an entire subject in the frame. However, the photos themselves have a different focal length to the onscreen viewfinder, which is a little baffling. Quality is poor outdoors, with even a small amount of sunlight causing our test shots to appear blown out. There’s not a lot of detail and even bright scenes produced a lot of noise.