Samsung Galaxy A52 5G vs Pixel 4a 5G Camera Comparison | Best Smartphone Cameras for $500? - Galaxy User Guide

Today I have the Samsung Galaxy A52 5g up against the Pixel 4 A5g. Both these smartphones now offer a lot of value at their retail price of 499. Let's go ahead and take a look at a lot of photos and videos. I'm going to show you them in both good and low light conditions to help you decide which of these two camera systems might be best for you. So go ahead and take a look at all the samples and leave a comment at the end and let me know which one you thought better, which one do you prefer.

To give you a feel for what that looks like on each of these ultra wide angle cameras, differences in color, differences in field of view and again, what's nice on these phones, you can switch between the lenses while recording moving into the main lens on the a52 5g and on the pixel 4 a5g right there, I'll pan around a little bit. So you can see the differences here in these main wide lenses both seem to be doing a pretty good job on the shadows in those trees and let's go ahead and pan to the right and we'll test zoom here on that cell tower. So let's move to one time here on each phone and test that autofocus around the post.

So autofocus seems to be a little bit better here on the pixel and let's go ahead and try stabilization as I walk down the stairs and I'll expect both of these to be doing pretty well as far as stabilization here and 1080p, but I'll pull up here and pan up into the sky and into that bright sun to see how the cameras handle exposure and everything else so we're back with the same test. This time at 4k, 30 frames per second again, starting with the ultra wide angle lens on each and again I'll pan around. So you can see what that looks like here on each of these ultra wide angle cameras. The galaxy a52 has a slightly wider field of view as you can see, and we can go ahead and switch to the main lens on each so a 52 pixel, 485 g I'll pan around a bit.

So you can see what the difference is on this lens a bit here and we can go ahead and pan over here to the right and we'll test zoom again on the post. The pixel is looking a little bit less grainy though and I go into full ten times digital zoom on the a52 and also not too bad, but definitely a bit grainy and we'll move back to one on each and last test. So that's going to be pretty obvious here as I walk down the stairs and we'll go back up here at the end and see how these cameras handle that changing light everyone. So I'm walking with the phones in front of me and these bullets should be doing really good care. But let's go ahead and run a little bit to stress them out and see how the stabilization holds up on each one.

So here's some video from the front cameras on the galaxy a52 5g and the pixel 4a5 g. I'm outdoors, obviously in some afternoon sunlight but it's not too harsh and it's coming off my left and so the picture quality, at least in the viewfinder. I'm both pretty good, although I notice that on the pixel it makes my skin tone a little reddish and that's been going on for the last few camera comparisons. What's up with that, but let's go ahead and pan around so you can see how these cameras handle and what the image quality looks like in some of the changing light here.

So as I pan this way, the sun is directly in front of me and you can see what that looks like as far as the sky and how the exposure is actually pretty good and as we pan around it's gonna get more difficult because obviously the sun is directly behind me. Camera is working hard to properly expose me and you can see what that does to the sky there, which is pretty typical and we'll go ahead and pan around one more time and test stabilization here. In this situation, and you can already see that the a52 is a little bit more flagging out that bright light than the pixel.

So you can see what that looks like here on each of these main lenses and we'll pan back this way and go up into that really bright street light again and both of them are flaring it out and that's gonna be pretty normal. It's a really intense light and it actually looks not as bad here on the a32 in this main lens and it did in the ultrawide. If you're going to film in low light I'll start walking to a much darker area around the corner and see how each of these phones handle this light transition and at least in the viewfinder the pixel is brighter at the expense of more noise in the a52 5g.

But once we offload these onto the computer we'll stop here and we'll pan up into the pretty dark night sky there and again the pixel is much brighter and much louder, at least what I see here directly it will pan over here to the left where there's a little bit more light. So you can see what that starts to look like here in that kind of situation down this alley, and so there's a quick test and full HD 1080p 30 frames per second there ever so we're back with the same test this time at 4k, 30 frames per second, but again, starting with the ultra wide angle lens on each phone here. The a525g definitely flaring out that bright light in the ultra wide language lens that much more than the pixel 4a is.

You can fit much more in the frame there, but I'll go ahead and move into the main lens on each. Let's go to the main lens on the a52 and the main lens on the pixel and I'll pan around and see what it looks like here on this camera and again we'll move into the really bright street light and see how it handles it pretty much the same. Let's go ahead and pan this way and we'll test stabilization in 4k again and we'll walk from that pretty well lit area to a much darker area and the 4k footage should look darker than the 1080p footage. And so let's walk over here and we'll pull up right here and we'll pan up again into the dark night sky.

Maybe a couple of stars are out here: we don't get too many of those brighter on the pixel and we'll move here to where there's a little more light down this dark alley to give you a feel for what that looks like here and 4k [Music] everyone. So here's some low light, video on the front cameras on the Galaxy a52 5g and the Pixel 4 a5g again we start in some pretty ideal light conditions. So we'll go from this really bright light to a much darker area here to see how these cameras look in different lighting situations here and, as I walk over here, we'll have a water fountain to my right so also see how the mics handle this noise compared to the sound of my voice..

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