LG G6 – Examining the macro performance from the camera by Ellie

Hi again, its Ellie stepping in for Gavin while he’s recovering. I have had quite a bit of fun already with the LG G6 camera but OMG just check out the macro shots. I discovered if you use the manual mode, slide the focus slider to macro you also have the option for focus peaking. This shows you which part of the shot is in focus by overlaying green speckles. As you move the G6 in or out of focus the green appears or disappears respectively.

The dandelion above is so crisp. All of these shots are jpegs straight out of the camera with a crop from 4:3 to 16:9.

I have overheard some of Gavin’s podcasts and gather some of you like to pixel peek. I would rather read a good book but to keep you guys happy I uploaded all these shots in full resolution.

Now this leaf is impressive but lets take a closer look.

I will try and do a few more posts like this, so if there is something you would like me to focus on let me know and I will see if its possible. Gavin has asked me to look at the Samsung S8+ from Samsung that is sitting in its box too.

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4 thoughts on “LG G6 – Examining the macro performance from the camera by Ellie

  1. That dandelion shot is superb – thanks for sharing. Hope Gavin feels better soon – If both of you need help testing that G6 and S8+, just let me know πŸ˜‰ πŸ™‚

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  2. Keen to hear your views on the Samsung S8 plus. I couldn’t establish which DAC it uses. I’m not expecting LG G6 level of sound reproduction. My wife does not like the app tray access method. The finger print sensor on the back is easier to locate if you use the Samsung clear view case because it has ridges to provide easy location by feel, but with the S8 Plus I’m sure it will require 2 hands.

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