LG G2 Camera Samples – Natural & Low Light, Indoors, HQ Photos

LG G2 CameraThe LG G2 Android smartphone comes with the 13-megapixel camera and there’s a lot of innovation with this device coming in, because a totally new design where the side keys moved to the back panel, but all that doesn’t look the best, except the camera which delivers one of the best quality pictures a smartphone camera can produce. Thanks to the Optical Image Stabilization, the captures by LG G2 are quite good.

The camera app has got a big list of options and effects to play around with, but that doesn’t mean you might have to use it always because the Superior Auto mode would do the best job in bringing out good natural shots. The different resolutions and aspect ratios of the pictures captured, as included as follows:

  • 13-megapixel: 4160 x 3120 pixels (4:3)
  • 10-megapixel wide: 4160 x 2340 pixels (16:9)
  • 8-megapixel: 3264 x 2448 pixels (4:3)
  • 1-megapixel: 1280 x 960 pixels (4:3)

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The shutter responds to voice where a call of “Cheese” would capture a picture, and the other options in settings include the Brightness, Focusing, ISO, White Balance, Color Effect etc. but if you aren’t sure of all this, the Superior Auto mode is the best you can use.

The various modes include:

  • Shot & Clear
  • Dynamic Tone HDR
  • Panorama
  • VR Panorama
  • Burst Shot
  • Beauty Shot
  • Dual Camera
  • Time Catch Shot
  • Intelligent Auto
  • Sports Mode
  • Night Mode

The best one can zoom is to 8x, and the camera focus automatically to 9 different points when needed or select some moving objects individually and focuses on them. In the end, it’s the LG G2 camera which seems to be quite better than the other two in the comparison – Galaxy Note 3 Camera & Sony Xperia Z1 Camera.

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  1. Mikhil Mistry

    October 13, 2013 at 10:20 am

    I have an LG G2 White 32 GB. In low light conditions or sepia-ish light (the browish tint one, I don’t know what’s it called), the camera isn’t able to focus on the subject properly. I have to enable the flash so that it can focus and well, that sort o’, ruins the image quality. Otherwise, in every other aspect, the camera is like any SLR out there. I’d really appreciate if you let me know what’s the thing and is it a problem with all droids/phones.

    Kind regards
    Mikhil Mistry

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