Samsung Galaxy S20 camera review. - Galaxy User Guide

Hey, what's up guys will here for GSM, marina and our galaxy 20 review we covered pretty much in depth about the phone, except for the camera on paper. The setup is of course very different from the ultras for one you don't get the huge, no nacelle sensor in the main camera so you miss out on the dramatic natural bouquet, but even so, shots from the yes Twenties Main are excellent. With low noise, good resolve, detail, broad dynamic range and mature processing. Despite its differences, the output from the Zain cam s20 is actually quite difficult to distinguish from the Ultras. Well controlled noise and wide dynamic range of light sources are rarely blown out.

Despite the larger ultras sensor, we would say that the s20 can give you the same quality in low light and night mode makes things look even nicer by brightening the shadows and outexposing the exposure. These do take longer though, anywhere between 3 and 15 seconds and the phone may automatically decide to skip this processing if it isn't dark enough at 4 zoom. The s20 does not have periscope telephoto, as the focal length is almost the same as the main camps, fortunately there is no optical zoom at all. It achieves a 3x lossless zoom by cropping from the large 64 megapixel sensor. The interesting thing about this sensor is that it doesn't use Samsung's tetra-cell technology, which combines 4 pixels into one.

Instead, it uses a normal bear color filter array so that you can make use of the sensors full-time. There is a night mode available to brighten things up, but there is some visible noise compared to what you can take with the s20 ultra. When neat feature is the ability to shoot natively with the 64 - Megapixel camera. This setting isn't as good due to the absence of dual-pixel autofocus. If the shot comes out in focus, though it looks decent, then you don't have Night mode here, yes, twenties ultra wide camera is the same as what you get on the other 20 models in daylight, colors or punchy and dynamic range is decent, but there's a little more noise than we'd like at night, though, we were impressed by what we could get out of this camera.

It really sets the bar for ultra-wide low-light performance. There is a night mode available here and it gives better sharpness and more saturated colors while brightening up the exposure. The S is selfie cam, which is 10 megapixels compared to the 40 megapixel unit on the s20 ultra and quality wise is great, colors are vibrant and dynamic range is quite impressive. You can record selfie videos in 4K resolution and these look good with nice, colored and decent stabilization. Let's have a look at the video quality of the rear cameras, beginning with the main camera. 4K footage looks really nice with a large dynamic range as expected. You can choose zoomed 4k video from the 64 megapixel camera and it is done through cropping.

The results are pretty good at the lower zoom levels. It's hard to appreciate that the s20 produces impressive results as far as video - unless you play it at night on an equally high resolution monitor - but it's not quite at the ultra-level - but it's way ahead of the no. 10 from last year. This is extra smooth and can use either the main or Ultra wide camera and finally there is a cool feature on Samsung’s new phones Code single for a few seconds. It simultaneously captures photos and short clips from all rear cameras of the phone to preserve an interesting moment [Music] better. Overall, the s20 s cameras are nothing to sniff at, even though you might call this the budget-friendly s20 model in almost all of our comparisons.

It just falls a bit short with the zoom and lacks natural bouquet and close-ups from the main camp..

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