The pictures look ok. The one with the clouds being overexposed is to be expected on such a small sensor that doesn't have much dynamic range. What is needed is negative exposure compensation so the bright spots don't become pure white. Unfortunately Acer camera apps don't have such a setting (compared to other Android devices & most cameras). It's important that camera apps don't by default boost saturation, sharpness, or contrast too much, because in those cases it stores less detail in the jpg. Those settings can always be turned up in a software program afterwards. In the other photos it's hard to tell whether the colors are accurate unless it's a calibration chart. I'd say overall the camera is pretty good, at least it doesn't have the "pink center area" syndrome like on my Acer Liquid A1 & some other phone cameras.
Edited by jayziac, 06 April 2011 - 03:29 PM.