Using a small sensor makes thing more obvious than using the usual camera. Thus, lets see how this test goes~
I recently bought a big black/white cardboard from the bookstore the other day. One side is black one the other side is while. Actually it is a black hard cardboard but with the white on the other side, I thought of getting it to interchange white and black backdrops depending on the model being photographed. Normally white would be better to bring out the details (lower noise output) but black gives it a nicer contrasting backdrop (which however causes details to be washed out due to increase noise output for the camera as well as potential overexposure on lighter subjects). (I might not be so accurate with terms here, based on my reading memory and experience thus far.)
Note: The Samsung Champ's camera tends to be underexposed from my experience using it.
I'll need to see if my understanding it correct and maybe I'll use this new photo-shoot setup for the next review.