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LG V60 - Let's Talk Camera

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First, what are the specs for this camera?

 

Well, for you techies out there: 

  • 8K Recording 
  • 64 MP Rear-Facing Camera
  • 13 MP Ultra-Wide 

But what does that mean for us? Well LG says on their site: "Shoot brilliant, high-resolution photos. Your memories will retain color, detail, and clarity when you zoom in or print large."  Make no mistake about this, this is not a phone with a camera, this is a phone with a tool worthy of a professional. 

 

And from it's website, the amount of things this camera can do is CRAZY: https://www.lg.com/us/mobile-phones/v60-thinq-dual-screen/camera#iw_comp1552886069288.

I mean, Steady Cam, Wide Angle, Affects, Night Vision and so much more! 

 

But for me, I just need to know if a regular person can take cool Instagram worthy photos. So here are a few of my basic tests (mind you, due to COVID-19 I'm not really leaving my house much!). 

 

My cat in Full Screen. 20200630_192331 (1).jpg What do you think? So crisp! You can almost pet him! 

 

Here are a few photos of my yard in zoom mode. Again, very clean and crisp. 

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How about a Night view photo? 

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And for good measure, another pet photo (done basic, just resolution 4:3. Even without adding a filter or anything, it is a good shot. 20200613_130658_HDR.jpg 

 

I plan to really test out the video on it's own, and some of the fun editing apps too, but wanted to share the great camera to give you a taste of what to expect. Until next time! 

 

 

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