In the world of optics the name of Carl Zeiss is legendary and stands for perfection. Therefore, I'm not so sure what old Carl would make of this rendering from the Zeiss branded lens on my new Nokia 5800 camera phone.
I'd say that the colour rendering is good, but that the product lacks the excitement that comes when you meet a person or a object that has very clearly defined character traits that you can can "savour" in your mind and, if appropriate, by touch.
I love to speculate on the moment when the legendary monks discovered that they had invented champagne, and wonder what they thought about that moment of excitement. Or did the first experiment turn out a bit like this effort from Zeiss via Nokia?
Anyway, for me it's a little like really good champagne, because this is the photo of my first "real" coffee, made exclusively by me, in the kitchen (my Zimmer Frame standing close by) to which I - sort of - walked. It's also an early attempt to discover just where the benefits of the camera phone really lie. (I think I know that already - even if they are a little bit "unclear").