We already know that the upcoming LG G4 will feature a "groundbreaking" 16MP rear camera alongside an 8MP front camera for selfies..This morning, LG has released a video that stars professional "landscape, travel and humanitarian photographer" Colby Brown, who goes through some of the new features to be found on the handset's new rear-facing camera.
According to Colby Brown, even a .1 difference in aperture can make a difference in how a camera handles light. He compares the f/1.8 aperture on the LG G4 rear camera to his own professional equipment and says that it takes "incredible images in dark environments, with less noise."
The photographer also reveals that a sensor on the phone will tell the camera whether you are taking pictures inside or outdoors, making the necessary adjustments so that pictures taken using the LG G4 always show the most accurate colors. While the LG G4's rear-facing camera can make adjustments on the fly for non-professional photographers, the manual mode allows those who know what they are doing to adjust settings like the shutter speed, ISO and white balance.
LG is expected to unveil the LG G4 with its new camera on April 28 in New York City. Meanwhile, be sure to check out Colby's photo samples.
source - TheVerge | AndroidAuthority