By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi -Tuesday, August, 19 2014
LG G3 comes with a 13 megapixel rear camera and a 2.1 megapixel front camera.
This image was captured in broad day light with sun behind us.
Even after zooming 50 per cent in the 13 megapixel mode, the LG G3 has no issues in capturing noise-less images.
This is the 100 percent zoomed version and unbelievably, the G3 gave us a perfect picture as if we have clicked it from very close quarters.
The LG G3's 13 MP rear camera has superb focussing ability as well as captures colours as they are, without over saturation.
LG G3 comes with a Magic Focus feature using which you can change the focus of the clicked pictures after capturing the same; you can blur some parts or choose to focus on every object in the image.
The LG G3 can even easily focus on moving objects as it had done in this case.
This is a normal close-up picture captured via the rear camera of G3.
It is the HDR version of the above picture. As you can see, in HDR mode, the camera captures more light and thus is recommended if you are clicking pictures in low light.
This is captured inside the Cultural Gully of Kingdom of Dreams where there was plenty of artificial light.
Even indoors with bare minimum light, the G3's 13 megapixel rear camera is quite remarkable.
Here is yet another example of the capability of LG G3's camera sensors in low light.
This is a normal shot in the 13 megapixel auto mode. We will come our with LG G3's review shortly with sample pictures of front camera and more analysis of its 13 MP rear camera.
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