The LG G4 camera has evolved into a professional-grade camera featuring various functions and improvements, so you can get great shots even when your DSLR camera isn’t around.
The G4 offers rich camera features, such as built-in optical image stabilisation, full manual mode and RAW capture capabilities, and a fast f/1.8 aperture lens.
You can also insert a large-capacity Micro SD card and change the phone’s battery, making it an excellent option as an on-the-go camera.
The camera is 16 megapixels and produces images with a 5312 x 2988 resolution. It can also record 4K video.
You can manually set the white balance, shutter speed, and ISO, and you can shoot in RAW – something usually reserved for professional-grade cameras.
The ISO and shutter speed can work together with the 1.8 f-stop aperture to achieve great effects and play with depth of field.
The 1.8 f-stop lens allows for increased light intake, enabling the G4 to take clearer and brighter photos in low-light conditions.
On the front there is an 8MP selfie cam – which has auto-beautify and various filters that provide great creative effects – which can be triggered with voice commands and hand gestures.
The front camera also has the ability to allow you to take selfies in low-light by using white light from the screen to light up your face.
The images below show the various settings of the rear and front cameras.
The LG G4’s specifications are detailed in the table below.
|Dimensions||148.9 x 76.1 x 9.8mm|
|Operating system||Android 5.1 Lollipop|
|Display||5.5″ QHD (1440×2560)|
|Processor||1.8GHz hexa-core Qualcomm MSM8992 Snapdragon 808|
This article was published in partnership with LG.