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LG G6 Camera Review

LG launched its flagship smartphone the LG G6 at MWC this year, which was more of a fresh start over last year’s G5.

Natural light macro

1/7Natural light macro
Natural light macro
When it comes to day light images, it is one of the finest cameras, and captures deep colours and fine details. The autofocus is snappy, and the colour accuracy, white balance seem perfect for those who prefer clicking photos in auto mode.

Natural light landscape

2/7Natural light landscape
Natural light landscape
Despite of a huge distance between the camera and the object, the focus is still on point. It captures great details and punchy colours in natural light.

Artificial light

3/7Artificial light
Artificial light
The G6 offers great depth of field, allowing you to click some amazing bokeh shots.

Artificial light

4/7Artificial light
Artificial light
When it comes to colour production, LG has done some impressive work to pop out punchy colours. This takes away the need of putting filters to make your pictures appealing.

Low light macro

5/7Low light macro
Low light macro
In low light, the camera compromises slightly with the details to get rid of the grains. This softens the pictures a bit.

Low light landscape

6/7Low light landscape
Low light landscape
It captures good amount of light even when there's hardly any source of light. The pictures look well lit and the processing speed is not compromised.

Front camera: day light

7/7Front camera: day light
Front camera: day light
The front camera also does a great job in day light. It captures sharp details, natural colours and processes the image quickly. The wide angle lens allows you to capture a lot of area, however we had to change the aspect ratio to fit in our default 16:9 ratio.

Low light images look decent until and unless there is some light source. It lacks details and pictures look hazy when there is little or no light.

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