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Note 10 + camera

(Topic created on: 03-01-2020 04:26 PM)
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Bundtpopcake
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Is there anyone on this forum that can explain to me why my brand new Note 10 + picture quality doesn't compare to my friend's iPhone 6S Plus? For example, his phone is almost 5 years old, he took a great pic of his son, printed it in size 11 X 13 and the print looks amazing, almost DSLR quality! So good he framed it! I took a picture of my toddler, with similar lighting, printed it in 8 X 10 and it looks like GARBAGE! What gives? He said he did nothing to tweak the photo, just aimed captured. 

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BandOfBrothers
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Obviously they both have different camera modules and other specs so they can and will differ.

 

It's the same with other phones models too.

 

For instance I can take a picture on my Note 10+ 5G and my partner can take a picture on her Samsung Galaxy s8 and hers can sometimes look better than mine and Visa versa even though my phone has newer cameras modules etc.

 

Lighting conditions , angle of shot , the subject, clean camera lens to name a couple of things can cause different outcomes.

 

I also do not use many of the camera functions apart from Live Focus sometimes if I want some bokeh effects.

 

 


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@Bundtpopcake wrote:

Is there anyone on this forum that can explain to me why my brand new Note 10 + picture quality doesn't compare to my friend's iPhone 6S Plus? For example, his phone is almost 5 years old, he took a great pic of his son, printed it in size 11 X 13 and the print looks amazing, almost DSLR quality! So good he framed it! I took a picture of my toddler, with similar lighting, printed it in 8 X 10 and it looks like GARBAGE! What gives? He said he did nothing to tweak the photo, just aimed captured. 


lighting is the key.

i had a xsmax prior but love the notes details.

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