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Post Pictures Taken With Your Samsung Galaxy S4

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Posted by rickster2kuk
Surprised this thread hasn't been started yet. Anyway I know the camera is not massively different from the S3 (apart from resolution) but here goes:

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Posted by itsjustJOH
Wonderful shots!

Posted by etaab
Very bright aren't they ? are they a little over exposed ??

Posted by Bonovox
Yes they are. I have had this issue on many previous Samsung devices on auto. You gotta use EV down a touch or spot focus. The GS3,GS2 & Ace 2 all over expose in bright sunshine on auto.

Posted by etaab
Ive never rated my S3's camera that great tbh. Im surprised some sites are saying the S4 gives such brilliant pictures, I was expecting just more of the same.

Posted by Bonovox
It's not a bad camera and is better than most but i see it as too processed the photos almost too sharp. Not natural like the 808 is. Not all but some Samsung cameras tend to over expose in sunlight on auto.

Posted by jj03
Had mine for two days...camera is great. Removed all bloat..no issues. Still cycling battery.

Posted by Miss UK
Nice shots

Nice to see a few pics of Southampton too
I did live there myself once

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Posted by rikken
Great pictures

Posted by davidsic
Thanks rikken

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Posted by rickster2kuk
@Davidsic - great photos.

How do you find the S4 camera vs the S3 (apart from the mpx increase)?

Posted by davidsic
GS4 is a bit better and offer more options/modes.

Look a this : http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/features/item/17502_Smartphone_camera_super-test_N.php

Posted by davidsic
Galaxy S4

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Posted by Bonovox
Samsung GS4 comparison alongside the new LG G2


Posted by Tsepz_GP
Some pics taken with mine:

Posted by rikken
Nice pictures

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Posted by northmonkey
In an extremely dark room, no lights on at all.

Then with night mode, who says Samsung phones are shit in low light? I can use night mode or the very powerful bright flash.

[ This Message was edited by: northmonkey on 2014-04-26 20:30 ]

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