Nope, unfortunately (and Super E is based off of CM5, btw, so no surprise there). But, set it to 2MP and you'll be good to go. At 2MP, it stills takes pretty decent pics with the right settings ("Super Fine", etc.). All in all, though, I mean let's face it; it's 3 year old hardware. And we're not expecting SLR quality shots here
I recently downgraded my wife's G1 to CM5 from CM6 due to performance issues and easier apps2ext (on CM5). Actually, I first went all the way back to CM4 because, let's face it, that sucker is the best performer, hands down. But, even though I love
CM4's performance and like CM6's features, I was a little tired of hearing "My phone [insert complaint here]. Can you fix it?" every other day
And, as much as I hate to say it, CM4 just won't run a lot of apps anymore
So, CM5 it is for her. Add Faux's 2708+ kernel to that, a 512MB ext3 partition (I found ext4 to actually be slower, at least on the G1), a 96MB swap partition enabled w/ -Steve-O-'s swap script (10 swappiness) and bam, you got a speedy G1 that still runs pretty much everything. She has a slight phone app lag every so often, but I'm working on that (I think I've got a solution - to raise the app's priority - but need the time to test it).
All in all, I'd day this is probably the best daily driver ROM for a G1, IMO. She's only had a few issues and, after some troubleshooting, I've come to believe her SD Card was just fragmented, had a few bad sectors or is just plain starting to crap out. I think apps2ext and swap have taken their toll over the years (remember, the G1 just turned 3 years old this month!). I reformatted it 3x, repartitioned and restored, and it seems to be running better (for now). So, I'll probably grab a new 4GB or 8GB microSD sometime when I'm out and smack it in there. Cheap and easy fix.
It still just makes me smile that the very first Android phone, even at 3 years old, still is one heck of a smartphone. Compare that to a iPhone 1st Gen and...well, heck, you can't even use it anymore! They make a really pretty iPaper-weight, though