Yesterday, I showed you a few photos of Cotehele House with some macros of the flowers and insects found in the gardens.
But sometimes you need a super wide angle lens when visiting places to capture the whole room or view. The LG V20 has 2 lenses on the rear, a standard 16mp and a super wide 8mp lens. In terms of raw image quality the iPhone 7 Plus is better but the LG V20 has many tricks up its sleeve.
For example, it has a removable battery, infra red blaster for controlling your TV’s and aircon units, a HiFi Quad DAC, able to power headphones up to 600ohms, a headphone jack too, pro manual video and photo modes on the camera and a secondary display on the front. There’s more too, a real geeks phone!
Anyway, going back to the camera, below are those special wide angle photos from the LG V20 that most phones cannot capture.
If you scroll back a post to the iPhone 7 Plus shot of the rear of the house, this was the same spot I was standing when I took this one with the LG V20. The difference is massive as to how much more you can capture of the scene.
Another side shot. Again, there is a comparison from my post yesterday using the iPhone 7 Plus, standing in the same position.
Here you can capture the whole pond and surrounding area.
The super wide lens makes it a breeze to capture the entire room, all 3 walls and ceiling.
Even when you cant step back any further, you can still get the whole scene in the photo.
Obviously, being super wide does create some curving at the edges.
Overall, for sight seeing, the LG V20 was invaluable.