Samsung Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 cameras: here is everything new about them

This is everything new with the Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A34 5G cameras
Samsung consistently equips its affordable Galaxy A series with good cameras, especially for the price that you are paying. The Galaxy A34 5G and Galaxy A54 5G, released at the beginning of this year, further affirm this trend, with the A54 boasting additional enhancements over the slightly more affordable A34.

Here, we will give you everything you need to know about the Galaxy A54 and A34 cameras – the nitty-gritty specs and our honest-to-goodness impressions after putting them through the wringer during our reviews. Let's dive into all the juicy details!

Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 camera upgrades

Both phones come with, as Samsung claims, much improved optical image stabilization (OIS) and video image stabilization (VDIS) that should improve the clarity of the image while shooting videos. Unfortunately, we only noticed a slight improvement while shooting in 4K with the A54, and in 1080p 30fps with the A34.

Users now have better control over their images thanks to enhanced creative editing tools, allowing to remove unwanted shadows and reflections for the first time in Galaxy A series.

Of course, both phones are making use of Samsung's self-proclaimed "nightography" capabilities powered by AI. In other words, taking photos during the night should result in above-average quality. Admittedly, the A54 does have a slightly better image quality when taking photos at night, but the same cannot be said about the A34.

Galaxy A54 5G

Let's start with the better equipped out of Samsung's new mid-ranger duo, the Galaxy A54. It comes with a new 50MP main camera sensor, which is a step down in terms of megapixels. That doesn't necessarily mean worse photos, however, so don't jump to conclusions just yet, because we noticed that both color reproduction and sharpness have increased over the predecessor.

The rest of the cameras on the back are the same as last year's models, which is to say a 12MP ultra-wide and a 5MP macro snappers. Same goes for the front-facing shooter too.

Despite being the same camera as last year, the ultra-wide seems to also inherit those improvements in sharpness and low-light conditions, and so does the selfie shooter on the front of the phone.

Galaxy A54 5G sample shots:

Check our full Galaxy A54 5G review for more sample images and videos!

Galaxy A34 5G

The Galaxy A34, unlike its pricier sibling, comes with absolutely no new hardware added to its camera system. Suffice to say, it has a similar level of camera quality as the one found on its predecessor.

As already mentioned, video stabilizations seems to have improved when shooting at 1080p 30fps, but the effects of that fall apart when you try to go to any higher frames per second or resolution. 4K in particular requires you to place to phone a stable surface or be absolutely still if you want a stable image.

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The cameras are overall consistent though, with the main offering great sharpness and HDR performance. Even the 2x digital zoom, which applies a crop to the main camera sensor of the A34, offers quality that is more than acceptable.

Galaxy A34 5G sample shots:

Check our full Galaxy A34 5G review for more sample images and videos!

How many cameras do the Samsung Galaxy A54 and A34 have?

Both the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 come with a set of three cameras on the back: a main wide camera, an ultra-wide, and a macro shooter. They also have a front-facing camera for selfies and video calls.

How many megapixels do the Galaxy A54 and A34 cameras have?

These are all of the cameras and their respective megapixel count on the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34:

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