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Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5 - Detailed Camera Comparison

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sit back relax and enjoy the show the continuous auto focusing on the galaxy s6 is really fast as you can see here and it quickly detects the object and focuses within milliseconds the accuracy is also spot-on I've actually used this phone for many camera comparisons and not once has it not focused on the object I'm trying to shoot the galaxy s5 also does a great job of those not as fast as the galaxy s6 it certainly gets the job done I have no complaints on either phone when it comes to focusing so both deserve a point for daylight 4k video both phones deliver exceptional 4k footage the Galaxy s5 is more towards the warmer side and the galaxy s6 has more sharper footage and a wider field of view giving it that cinematic look once again I'm going to give the point to both phones for 4k video I really have nothing bad to say about either one of them moving to the low-light video is where the galaxy s6 takes the lead the footage is more clear on the galaxy s6 thanks to its 1.9 aperture lens and even though the footage is more sharper on the galaxy s5 the s6 takes the point for clarity after all if you're going to take video at night you want to be able to see what you're filming what does it be guys it's edy from tech source and this is basically the stabilization and microphone test between the two phones on the screen there will be an audio icon somewhere on the screen and that will basically tell you which phone's audio is being used both the phones are strapped on to one device to ensure a very accurate stabilization reading and they're also being filmed in 1080p to make sure that optical image stabilization is enabled if that feature is available on the phones for microphone quality the s6 takes the point mainly because of how crisp the audio is compared to the s5 if you go back and listen to it carefully you can hear that the s5 has a lot more white noise for stabilization the obvious point goes to the s6 by far the best stabilization I have seen in any smartphone camera so far if the galaxy s5 had optical image stabilization like the s6 it might have stood a chance moving today like pictures once again both phones do a fantastic job although this time the galaxy s6 has warmer colors whereas the s5 tends to be a bit on the cooler side both do an amazing job capturing detail the sharpness and both pics are amazing no doubt however the s6 takes the point because it has more chewer to live colors and because of its excellent dynamic range shots compared to the galaxy s5 the front-facing camera is also a lot better on the s6 my red shirt isn't as red as it appears on the s5 the s6 actually has the accurate color moving indoors and away from the Sun the s6 captures more detail once again you can especially tell by looking at the ps4 trackpad you can see the texture on that whereas you can't really see any of that on the s5 another good example is looking at the texture on this red cup so the s6 takes the point for low-light pictures when it comes to flash I think they both are pretty much equal both do a great job capturing the object but also suffer when it comes to taking pictures of white objects so I guess both deserve a point for flash pics so the final verdict I think that the galaxy s5 still does a pretty good job for being last year's model it was pretty much neck and neck for some of the comparisons however the real winner is the galaxy s6 so far it has managed to beat the iPhone 6 the HTC One m9 and now the galaxy s5 next up we have the Xperia z3 the note 4 and the Nexus 6 but anyways that is it for the video I hope you guys enjoyed it if you did please hit that like button if you didn't feel peter dislike and let me know what you think about my results do you agree or disagree with me if you want to see my previous camera comparison with the galaxy s6 they will be listed in the description section right below and make sure you subscribe to the channel so you don't miss out on future videos like these once again thanks for watching this is it from tech source and I'll see you guys in the next video
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