I'm testing Nokia's new N82 five megapixel camera phone that features a Xenon flash and -- yea! -- exposure controls of -2 to + 2. Courtesy of Nokia's "blogger's relations program," I have a variety of Nokia handsets, including the excellent N95 five megapixel camera phone. I'm very interested in seeing whether the N82 takes better photos than the N95. Check out my N95 photo album: http://www.wirelessmuse.com/photos/nokia_n95 I also posted a "PhotoShow," with music, of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. that I took with the N95. (It looks best with fast Internet connection and in "full screen" mode.) http://www.photoshow.com/watch/bp8HS7JX As with every photo album I've ever posted -- about two dozen -- the images aren't edited in any way, unless it's specifically mentioned. I want viewers to see how the photos look without any software enhancements. What you see is what I shot. Sometimes I go for "artsy" images and sometimes I just want to take a good photo of a mundane subject. The idea is to see the camera phone's quality under a variety of conditions. I especially like to take photos in non-optimal lighting -- without a flash.