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5th November 2017, 06:01 AM |#21  
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I did post an example, comparing the S8 to the Pixel.
 
 
5th November 2017, 06:46 AM |#22  
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I did post an example, comparing the S8 to the Pixel.

Please repeat the link or photo, i can't find it in the thread, thanks

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5th November 2017, 12:00 PM |#23  
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Please repeat the link or photo, i can't find it in the thread, thanks

He can't and won't...

Anyone can google it if they're so inclined. The pixel and s8 are equally rated by pretty much every site
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23rd November 2017, 04:29 AM |#24  
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He can't and won't...

Anyone can google it if they're so inclined. The pixel and s8 are equally rated by pretty much every site

You mean can and won't. I'm not going to spoon feed.
23rd November 2017, 04:09 PM |#25  
If anyone interested, here's a comparison between 2 shots taken with respectively Samsung Camera vs Open Camera, both in auto settings mode, focus set at the exact same point - on the mouse. 1st shot is samsung camera, 2nd is open camera
I've been finding that the open camera produces a bit more realistic lightning as well as slightly less noise but maybe decreased sharpness.

Also, I think the overall quality of the rear camera, even if better than most of what's being available today in the phone catalog, is not that good. It lacks details and sharpness.
I have never found a camera that could match what the Lumia 1020 was capable of achieving: enclosed, cat picture taken with the said lumia. I mean if you look closely you can actually see my reflection in the cat's pupil.
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28th November 2017, 09:29 AM |#26  
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I loved this quality..
9th December 2017, 11:16 AM |#27  
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Has anyone tried the port of the google camera?
What is the best Gcam mode for our S8?
I am testing model Pixel 1, Hdr +
21st June 2018, 07:56 AM |#28  
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Has anyone tried the port of the google camera?
What is the best Gcam mode for our S8?
I am testing model Pixel 1, Hdr +

Check out this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vzd_9fY243A
Gcam port brings some improvements, but it has its negatives...
28th June 2018, 03:07 PM |#29  
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If anyone interested, here's a comparison between 2 shots taken with respectively Samsung Camera vs Open Camera, both in auto settings mode, focus set at the exact same point - on the mouse. 1st shot is samsung camera, 2nd is open camera
I've been finding that the open camera produces a bit more realistic lightning as well as slightly less noise but maybe decreased sharpness.

Also, I think the overall quality of the rear camera, even if better than most of what's being available today in the phone catalog, is not that good. It lacks details and sharpness.
I have never found a camera that could match what the Lumia 1020 was capable of achieving: enclosed, cat picture taken with the said lumia. I mean if you look closely you can actually see my reflection in the cat's pupil.

You posted a cat and mouse.
28th June 2018, 08:55 PM |#30  
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If anyone interested, here's a comparison between 2 shots taken with respectively Samsung Camera vs Open Camera, both in auto settings mode, focus set at the exact same point - on the mouse. 1st shot is samsung camera, 2nd is open camera
I've been finding that the open camera produces a bit more realistic lightning as well as slightly less noise but maybe decreased sharpness.

Also, I think the overall quality of the rear camera, even if better than most of what's being available today in the phone catalog, is not that good. It lacks details and sharpness.
I have never found a camera that could match what the Lumia 1020 was capable of achieving: enclosed, cat picture taken with the said lumia. I mean if you look closely you can actually see my reflection in the cat's pupil.

Yes and I can say that too. Overexposed and make scenes flat without true dark und light areas. It looks almost like painted.
31st July 2018, 10:03 AM |#31  
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love and hate that screen
just got one for several months screen
the pics and videos are awesome when shown on the(of the phone)!
but they're less looking good when send to my friend's phone (she uses iphone).

Finally, when I use it, my fingers often touch the screen by chance, but the screen is still very good. Maybe I will be familiar with it after using it for a long time!
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