The best smartphone cameras LG G4, iPhone6 Plus, Galaxy S6
Only a month after the Galaxy S6 dethrone Apple iPhone 6 Plus leaderboard smartphone with the best camera, appeared new contender who showed some really impressive results.
LG G4 has a 16-megapixel camera – the same as the S6, but it is characterized by the aperture – F/1.8 compared with F/1.9 for Samsung), which should lead to better results in photographs taken at low light.
Moreover, LG G4 pioneered sensor color spectrum (CSS), which reads RGB values of ambient light images and infrared light reflected from objects. Smartphone adjusted white balance and flash color, providing more natural color.
1. In the urban environment
Here G4 surprises with its Auto HDR and gives the best results, while maintaining the depth of the blue sky and detail in the bricks on the wall of the building. The results shooting with Galaxy S6 are almost as good, but the foreground image is a little darker. iPhone 6 Plus is placed last, as the photo taken with Apple’s smartphone is too dark.
Winner: G4 Secondly: Galaxy S6. Thirdly: iPhone 6 Plus.
2. Under the bright daylight
iPhone 6 Plus this time gives the best results by eliminating ghosting and image of the nebula. Strong sunlight turns out to be a great challenge for G4 and the image taken with a smartphone is almost unusable. Galaxy S6 is arranged between the two phones in this trial.
Winner: iPhone 6 Plus. Secondly: Galaxy S6. Thirdly: G4.
Galaxy S6 grabs the attention with a perfect balance between a well-lit object and the background, without a slight bluish tint, which is visible in the picture made with G4. Image made with S6 gives better detail in the hair and better color in reddish tones from the iPhone 6 Plus.
Winner: Galaxy S6. Secondly: iPhone 6 Plus. Thirdly: G4.
4. In low light without flash
In the photo taken with the Galaxy S6 not seen the gray mist and greenish hues that are seen in the photo taken with G4. We must admit, however, that a picture of S6 is slightly more yellowish than normal, and the photo taken with the iPhone look more grainy than the other two and too dark.
Winner: Galaxy S6. Secondly: G4. Thirdly: iPhone 6 Plus.
Despite the success of S6 in low light conditions, the night pictures are not the power of a smartphone. G4 gives slightly better results and more neutral colors, but compared to photos taken with the iPhone 6 Plus it looks very pale.
Despite its F/2.2 aperture (which collects less light), iPhone is much less sensitive to light (ISO 200 to 1400 against G4), which leads to less grain and overall sharper image.
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