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iPhone 6 vs LG G3 - Ultimate Camera Comparison

hey guys it's ed back again from Texas with another camera comparison this time we are facing off the iPhone 6 with the LG g3 so let's jump right into some specs before we take a look at some samples so the iPhone 6 has an 8 megapixel rear facing camera with an aperture of 2.2 the maximum resolution it can shoot in is 1080p and SEL notable camera features include cinematic video stabilization 60fps while recording in 1080p exposure control and slow-motion video at 240 FPS the g3 has a 13 megapixel camera with an aperture of 2.4 and can shoot in 4k resolution some notable camera features include autofocus during video mode ISO control optical image stabilization and dual LED flash lastly the iPhone 6 has a 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera while the g3 has a 2.1 megapixel camera and with that being said that sit back relax and take a look at some samples I hope you guys enjoy the video you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you what is up you guys it at from Texas and this is a video test between these two phones there will be an audio icon here on the top right or top left of the screen notifying you which phone's being used at the time also all phones are strapped to one device so they are equally balanced if the phones have 4k capabilities then it is enabled for the test after all that is a video comparison and the point of this video is to show what each phone is capable of which means putting them on its highest settings you you you you you you you you when it comes to autofocusing the iPhone 6 does a phenomenal job it uses something called focus pixels and it's super fast as you can tell here not only is it fast but it is really accurate too it can detect the object quickly and hasn't stuttered once yet I'm definitely impressed with the speed and I wonder if 2 G 3 can three and I can already say that it's not as fast as the iPhone 6 though it does come pretty close it looks like it goes in and out a little bit to find a perfect focus point whereas the iPhone 6 hits it directly on spot the g3 also has some trouble focusing after a while it would have some problems noticing the object without a doubt I have to say that the iPhone 6 has a much better video camera when it comes to auto focusing I concludes the camera test between the iPhone 6 and the LG g3 this was definitely an interesting test first up I want to talk about the day shots looking at the pictures I took compared to what they actually look like I have to say definitely that the iPhone 6 is much truer to life than the g3 the g3 has a bit more contrast for every picture I took and looks more vibrant the grass in this picture is not as green as the picture in the g3 it looks just like the grass in the iPhone 6 picture so if you're looking for more realistic pictures the iPhone 6 is the way to go for indoor shots the g3 wins hands down the pictures are just more sharp and look better overall night shots without question have to go to the g3 I mean look at the difference here the dual LED flash from the g3 definitely works to bring you guys stunning pictures and low-light conditions when it comes to video however both did a great job during the day I couldn't decide a winner there but the g3 definitely wins in the audio department it's much more louder and clearer than the 6 when it comes to low-light video the iPhone 6 takes the crown there's a lot less noise in iphone 6 video and you can see a lot more than you can in the g3 so it's pretty hard to declare a winner here when both phones are great and bad at certain things but I wanted to hear your opinion what phone did the overall best and which phone will suit you more let me know in the comments section because I will be reading all the comments this is ad from tech source and I will see you in the next video you
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