AnonD-731050, 16 Jan 2018Search on xda.developer for the settings guidance. It works on my Mi 5S please give me a link to access guideline
AnonD-664474, 14 Jan 2018With panorama, you have to move around slowly just to achieve something good. With wide angle... moreWith my Note 8 set to Panorama mode and in my hand, I just stand where I am and rotate my wrist to get a great Panorama shot, nothing difficult about that and takes merely 3 seconds...for those important moments, the main wide angle lens is suitable enough in most cases.
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2018 Best way to achieve natural bokkeh is by using an SLR Camera with an f 1.4 lens :) Great squeeze that on a phone
Osmann, 14 Jan 2018Tried it on Mi5 but the app doesn't open. Any solution? Search on xda.developer for the settings guidance. It works on my Mi 5S
Works Perfectly well with S8 Oreo beta (SD 835). I compared it with Pixel XL quality and it was exactly the same or even better in some scenarios. Chipset has a role to play here i guess.
Where can we find the application and what's its name?
U must compare the pics taken with ported Pixel camera on the S8 & the ones taken with the stick s8 camera!
The ported camera takes more natural & better photos than stock s8 camera although a little noisier.
Huawei GR5 2017 doesnt work(((
Best way to achieve natural bokkeh is by using an SLR Camera with an f 1.4 lens :)
The App is only for S8+?
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2018You need to have a device with Android 8 Oreo and Raw support whether Samsung or not.My sony phone is on android oreo but don't support raw. So, it is useless. Damn!
Thanks GSMArena. I've been waiting for this comparison. I'm using Moto X4 and I was impressed by the photo quality using the ported apk. Way way better than the stock moto camera app.
everyone can get portrait mode in all most new phones using the new google camera, it's ported and enjoy without spend so much money on a flagship
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2018Second camera on note 8, IPhone 8 Plus and IPhone X it’s telephoto lens so you can zoom withou... moreWide angle lenses are so much useful IMO.
There are more instances when I have to get everybody in the shot but couldn't move back further. Wide angle is always there to the rescue.
If we're just talking about zoom lenses, why would I bother with 2x secondary camera when I could just buy a smartphone lens adapter that offers even more zoom level at a very cheap price?
MrElectrifyer, 14 Jan 2018I haven't even once bothered using the bokeh effect on my Note 8. I use the telephoto lens for... moreWith panorama, you have to move around slowly just to achieve something good.
With wide angle cameras, just one tap and you get everything in the shot, very clear, no hassle at all.
Sure, there is distortion, but it has been proven that software processing could fix it.
AnonD-664474, 14 Jan 2018Nobody really needs two cameras to give off awesome bokeh effects. I think the best solution ... moreSecond camera on note 8, IPhone 8 Plus and IPhone X it’s telephoto lens so you can zoom without blur even at low light and honestly it’s more useful than wide angle lens if LG phones.
Suprise, its work on Huawei P10 and its work very good, video is so much better stablilized than in orginal camera app.
I don't get it. You can see immediately that it's a weak, fake effect, yet so much hype around it.
I've own the Pixel XL OG and used to own a Pixel 2 XL briefly after selling it due to bad display.
The Pixel OG camera was outstanding, low light video not so much , everything else great.
Pixel 2 was an improvement, however I feel they should have put in a extra camera for lossless zoom if not for the portait mode, would be much more versatile.
Google had success in the Pixel OG and IMO, the pixel 2 being only their second phone they played it safe by going for tried and tested. For Gen 3 Pixel if there isn't a dual lense I don't imagine much people buying it when there's iPhones, Huawei, Samsung about.
AlexG, 14 Jan 2018I'm Pixel 2 owner and I tell you this the best camera. If the quality can be achieved with one... moreAgain....If that quality can be achieved with one then why cant better things be done with two?
And the problem with increasing the cost therefor is false.
I dont need two myself either. Im more than ok with one better one rather than cost going to multiple lower priced ones.
The issue here is that despite some nice software that squeezes a tad extra out of it the cost ratio into the single one is already way below par.
The phone is dramatically over priced and the sensor is actually reduced in size from the previous generation.
So you are getting ripped off either way. If you like the quality so much already then imagine if they had actually charged a fair or normal price for the device like everyone else.
Or at the very least didnt downgrade the sensor let alone use the extra profits to slightly upgrade it. Along with the ram.
People can deny it all they want, but google went all apple with the pixel.