Anonymous, 27 Feb 2018much better than all xperiasRefer the XZ2 vs S9+ camera comparison:
The punchy color not always good when the natural color shows the truth to real life scene/object.
Punchy color just like the MSG in the cooking ingredients, the more MSG doesn't mean come with great taste at the same time.
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2018much better than all xperiasReally?? Don't overhyped, just enlarge the S9+ camera sample and watch yourself:
Imperator Neubaticus, 26 Feb 2018Those night shots look great. Much better than my note8's. Impressive.Really?! Do you ever look the S9+ camera sample which captures the 2 youth gather with firewood in low light and nightlight?
The Lumia 950/XL takes better shots than this new phone - which is an iPhone X clone btw.
The Lumia has manual controls paired with the best camera app out there, plus it has a 20 mpx sensor with big pixels, so you don't need two cameras. You can just zoom in without losing any details.
Rx100 300 pounds... Lg v30 128gb 500 pounds... S9 800pounds
Think id rather take the lgv30 and rx100 to be honest ✌️
anon4321, 26 Feb 2018lmfao... these have been shopped to the maximum. Isn't it amusing that when you buy these pho... moreYou do realize that these images were taken under certain lighting conditions also they used Pro mode to take these shots if you payed attention to the lower right side of the caption it mentions the shutter speed and exposure and other presets that were required to take those shots.
AnonD-672395, 26 Feb 2018I could be wrong, but these pics don't seen to be the HDR pics. Because they have specific ISO... moreLike I mentioned, please wait for the HDR photos to make any kind of judgment.
Also, comparisons should be made with other smartphones cameras in manual mode and HDR mode, with with that particular mode.
AnonD-731491, 26 Feb 2018my xzp makes better photos and better videosin your dream
anon4321, 26 Feb 2018lmfao... these have been shopped to the maximum. Isn't it amusing that when you buy these pho... moreit's your suffer dude,then dont buy it if you so poor but act rich around your environment and your home lol
lmfao... these have been shopped to the maximum.
Isn't it amusing that when you buy these phones and try them at home, you cannot even get close to the sample photos provided by the manufacturer in their advertising material?
I could be wrong, but these pics don't seen to be the HDR pics. Because they have specific ISO, Shutter Speed and one of the 2 f-stops mentioned. Which curiously wad the same with the Note 8 photos.
If Samsung is actually using HDR and has worked on the HDR algorithms, I am expecting some noticeable improvements in photo and video (video does seem to be better) quality. These photos could have been shot in RAW and processes into JPEG.
Also, to speeden up the processor, I hope Samsung has done something equivalent to the pre-burst in 4k photo on Panasonic Cameras, where for HDR it starts running photo processing Before you press the shutter button/ icon, gathering all vital infornation (meaning shooting photos already) necessary for carrying out the operation.
Lukewarm. That's how I felt after checking all the official pictures. No doubt they all look pretty great for a smartphone camera. Low light samples are pretty but nothing groundbreaking. My S7 camera looks pretty similar and just as capable. Smartphones need big sensors like 1/1.2" sensors to step up the camera game. Hope GSMArena will do a S7 vs S8 vs S9 camera comparison pretty soon.