GsmArena, please stop saying Apple’s live photo. It’s Nokia’s Live photo.
Ugh, I know this comment is off the topic but, can anyone tell me what's the difference between ip67 and ip68 protection? thanks in advance
(I'm asking because my hands are like waterfalls, it sweats like f***)
the pictures look stunning, but when you go Pixel ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) peeping , you can really see extreme noise levels in the entire scene ( maybe it's a portrait mode thing ) , and heavy but good post processing algorithm ( unlike Sony's water color like ) idk if they look good enough for a 98 on DxO
Nothing to write home about. Dynamic range is really great and that's that.
its me or photos has lots of noise !!
AnonD-706343, 07 Oct 2017I still find that having had a lumia 950xl i'm yet to be impressed by a more recent cameraBy having a Nokia pureview 808 I am still to be impressed by today's smartphone camera.
Guys did you saw the last video compared ois and eis on/off.... Absolutely awesome!
Well , it doesn't have Apple's pop up display feature yet.
I still find that having had a lumia 950xl i'm yet to be impressed by a more recent camera
Google gained from post processing experience with both Google Glass and Google Photos.
If you check sites about Google Photos, whatever you upload doesn't lose much in quality. Check the link below. I feel like Google is Peter Piper from HBO's Silicon Valley. They absolutely nailed data compression without any noticeable quality loss through the naked eye.
The videos are not impressive... Looks like a LOG profile, ready to be colored :) but isn't!
I see something exactly oposite with photos (btw, amazing), comparing the dinamic range.
Google nailed the HDR+ algorithm after the vaporware known as Google Glass.
Damn, this pics are unbelievable in comparison with the capabilities of a 3-4 years old flagship.
wow, mind-blowing. fantastic software. good job Google.
Google nailed it....they have done outstanding job using some tricky algorithms. Pixel is clear winner in terms of photos
zodiacfml, 07 Oct 2017Looks too good. I'll have to wait for photos taken by the team and not these handed over photos.They do have some post-processing done, of course, but the Pixel 2 does seem to have a really great camera.
Heck, I have access to an old Pixel here and some of the photos I've taken with it are about as good too. Google is checking all the right boxes, I am only not crazy about the design and the fingerprint unlock on the back side.
Looks too good. I'll have to wait for photos taken by the team and not these handed over photos.