LG fans reveal what they like about the camera innovations found on LG phones
by Alan Friedman / Feb 18, 2017, 2:00 PM
LG has released a video that shows what LG users, both past and present, think about certain innovative features of the snappers found on LG phones. For example, we hear from a few LG users about the wide angle feature. "It allows me to take great shots of the city," says one LG user in Brazil. Another person raves about Manual mode. "The nicest thing about having the Manual feature is to be in control of everything." Stateside Jackie notes the difference in her Instagram photos, which she says "look a lot nicer" when taken with an LG camera. She also raves about the higher quality of her photos overall, calling them "clearer."
With the back and front-facing cameras on their LG smartphones, users can record their entire day and share the highlights with friends and family. "That's why I use the camera feature the most," says one LG fan. The video lists a trio of new mobile camera innovations that came from LG such as Wide Angle Lens, Expert-Level Control and Hi-Fi Record.
The upcoming LG G6 could continue to keep the 16MP/8MP dual rear camera setup that was used last year. This year, the 8MP front-facing camera, just the thing for selfies and video chats, is rumored to have a second job as an iris scanner. LG showed off this multi-talented component at the Korea Electronics Show last October.
Meanwhile, you can listen with your own two ears as everyday people rave about LG's mobile snappers and the company's innovations. Simply click on the video at the top of the story.
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- Camera 13 MP / 5 MP front
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- Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
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Just make sure the glass on the camera lens aren't fragile. No sense in a flagship breaking while in your pocket.
posted on Feb 18, 2017, 4:25 PM 6
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This was a curiosity as the glass was pretty durable on the G5 (the rear camera glass on my first G5 entirely survived an extreme impact that severely bent the metal body of the phone and even the battery itself), and yet the glass was inexplicably weak in the V20...
posted on Feb 18, 2017, 6:53 PM 0
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LG has the best implementation of a dual camera imo. I really like the idea to use a wide angle camera when something doensn't fit in the image. Can't wait for the 26th!
posted on Feb 18, 2017, 5:01 PM 4
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yeah! I like G5 camera feature which you take picture in wider area without using pano mode , but their modular stuff was a joke. I have to turn my phone off just to change their accessories and the screen also a let down too. Return it back within 5 days but still like that wide angle mode though.
posted on Feb 20, 2017, 12:39 AM 0
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The LG cameras are great. They have always been great on flagships. It's the phone hardware that needs improvement. My flash on my v10 stopped working. WTF.
posted on Feb 18, 2017, 5:25 PM 0
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Hey they made a fix for that! Just tape one of these fellers over your bad twinkler along with a male-to-male patch cable. Then its switch-on, switch off, you'll be having lots of fun because your phone is good as new! >>>https://www.kitronik.co.uk/215
posted on Feb 18, 2017, 7:12 PM 1
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Well at least LG didn't resort to saying "just a good as a dSLR" like a lot of phone manufacturers do. Considering the sensor in a smart phone is almost 10 times smaller than a dSLR, not to mention the GLASS on a dSLR, I don't know why so many manufacturers continue to try to push that narrative.
posted on Feb 19, 2017, 7:24 PM 0
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