I prefer ultra wide angle lens + telephoto lens, each with fast autofocus and wide aperture. And of course, flagship quality images from each lens. Probably in 2020 or beyond we can have such dual camera arrangements. Hmm
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2017I vote "Low light is where phones struggle - RGB + monochrome". Did Mono sensor is great for l... moreYeah better than color i.e. I have p10 plus
Color sensor : auto : iso 640 shutterspeed 1/100
Mono : auto : iso 500 shutterspeed 1/125
I enjoy both what huawei use and LG does. Regarding Apple's set up. I just use my primary camera. I find using LG setup useful (if you know how to adjust for fisheye effect)for landscape photos. City shots etc.... huawei also has a good set up for all purpose photography
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2017The DSLR is unnecessary. Phones are already capable to make great photos and videos. There ... moreSo in that case, you are an average user and not into professional grade photography.
I vote "Low light is where phones struggle - RGB + monochrome". Did Mono sensor is great for low light photography?
MG7, 02 Jul 2017Micromax is going to launch phone with 4 rear cameras, one for each type.So? Do u think MICROMAX is known well? NO! It is sold in India for people with a cheap price. No one will ever get that phone in my country because there is no such thing as MICROMAX here
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2017The DSLR is unnecessary. Phones are already capable to make great photos and videos. There ... moremaybe your passion is not in photography. but you can have a shoot out with a decent photographer and you'll know the difference between your results and his.
Wew. Thought this would be one of the options. I want wide angle + telephoto.
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2017Why do you have 2 eyes? Or just one?!Your comment makes no sense.
AnonD-632062, 02 Jul 2017If you're really into portability, try fitting a Samsung K Zoom in your pocket without looking... moreThe DSLR is unnecessary. Phones are already capable to make great photos and videos.
There is nothing wrong by fitting a Samsung K Zoom in your pocket. Conversily, you will be looking idiotic if you carry a DSLR with you everywhere.
Phones should have larger sensor like the Nokia 808 or K Zoom.
My fav is crosseyed dual camera
"Weekly poll: what's your favorite dual cam setup?"
Why not put all the special lenses? So one could benefit from all advantages?
Or put only one lens, but a super good one!
Why there is no option for "I want a single good camera."
Don't waste the resources on dual camera setup. They are useless. Use a superior single camera with much better performance.
Voted normal + telephoto. Remembering how much was can zoom in with Nokia 808 and Nokia 1020 pureview 41mpx cameras. Sure Samsung also has solution for zoom its Zoom line with 20x optical zoom but its discontiued when a competitor Nokia stop releasing phones and was sold. Bokeh is also nice. All phones rer cameras are with wide mm enought. So wide angle valid with front phone cameras only. With low light most is important aperature, sensor size, pixels size. I think monohrome + RGB lens are not that important.
I love my Mate 9's RGB+Monochrome setup but LG's Normal/Wide combo is the best.
3 cameras for me:
18-20mm, 30-38mm, 75-80mm equivalent.
I wonder if this can be achieved with a single sensor and 3 different lenses that slide over it, build in to the back and fit it all under 10mm thickness.
In my opinion the Huawei P10/P10 Plus has the best dual camera setup in the market. The monochrome sensor deserves only praise, and who in the world doesn't like black&white classic looking pictures of objects and city landscapes ?