iPad 2 has two cameras, a front facing camera for video chat and a rear facing camera for taking snapshots and making videos. The front facing camera works on VGA quality allowing you to capture, record (up to 30 frames per seconds) or make video calls in VGA quality for Photo Booth and FaceTime. On the other side you have the rear facing camera which is designed for taking high resolution photos and capturing videos at 720p HD up to 30 frames per second. For the first time the HD videos can be used with programs like FaceTime allowing iPad 2 users to share videos more rapidly.
With multiple cameras of iPad 2 and FaceTime, it will be easier for users to share their contents with millions of iPhone, iPod Touch and Mac users (this will be done over a Wi-Fi connection). In addition to this, Apple’s has announced that with it Photo Booth, users will be able to apply visual effects (funny effects that is) to their photos. Moreover, there are eight more photo special effect which will allow users to Twirl, Squeeze and Kaleidoscope their photos taken from either cameras.