Yesterday I published the very first photos from the HTC 10. Later on I took my 3 labradors out on Dartmoor and attempted to see what the HTC 10 could achieve. Don’t forget, click on each shot to see the full size.
Below is a shot of George shaking his head. The movement is frozen fairly well.
Next up is the 2 girls Fury and Tiggy. This was part of a burst, all of which were fine.
One more from the above burst, this time with just Tiggy.
Another shot below from a burst sequence. The HTC 10 choose a decent shutter speed for this. Again ALL of the burst shots were in focus.
The photo below of George smiling is part of the burst shot above.
The photo below is a 4:3 pic cropped to create a pano style of photo of Princetown.
The photo below is the from the same image as above, just cropped differently.
Now this is just a single shot, ie. burst mode wasn’t used. I did crop the 4:3 slightly to 16:9. What was interesting was watching how the HTC 10 took the shot. I actually focused in on George and then took the photo. This was all very fast but impressive.
Again cropped and not pin sharp, but look at Tiggy’s boots 🙂 She’s jumped into a muddy bog and went back in after this shot to be totally covered in thick smelly bog mud.
It is very early days with the HTC 10. But so far I am fairly pleased with the results. I also have the LG G5, Apple iPhone 6S, Samsung Galaxy S7 and Huawei P9. The crazy thing is all the phones offer something different to each other!