LG is really proud of the camera on the LG G4, and they should be. After using it for about two weeks now, we are pretty impressed with the camera. During their announcement on April 28th, they talked up the camera quite a bit, especially with the f/1.8 lens that they were able to put in there. LG enlisted the help of professional photographer, Colby Brown to talk about the LG G4, as well as how the camera works. In this latest video from LG, he talks about how to get better pictures with the LG G4.
Of course, the biggest way is to use manual mode. As you get complete control over the pictures you are taking. However, for most of us, either the moment happens to quickly to be able to tweak the ISO, white balance and shutter speed, or we just don't really know what we are doing. So most of us stick with the Auto mode. He also talks about OIS 2.0 and all the other features that LG has put into the LG G4 camera.
We've been pretty impressed with the LG G4 camera so far, and we're working on a camera comparison between the LG G4 and the Samsung Galaxy S6, even though we are pretty sure it's going to be a close tie we are still shocked to see what kind of pictures we can get out of our mobile phones these days. The LG G4 comes with a 16MP camera that has a f/1.8 lens, along with a color spectrum sensor, and OIS 2.0. As far as the other internals go, we have a 5.5-inch 2560x1440 resolution Quantum IPS display, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. LG also decided to stick with the removable battery and microSD card slot this time around. Speaking of battery, we have a 3000mAh battery in here, which does support Quick Charge 2.0.
One thing's for sure, the mobile cameras of today, are nothing like what they were a few years ago. Heck, they are way better than just last year's smartphones. Which is pretty amazing.