Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs Google Pixel 2 XL Detailed Camera Comparison.
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Comparing the front-facing selfie cameras, the 4K dual rear facing cameras, auto-focus and audio of the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs Google Pixel 2 XL for both video and photos with example shots indoors, outdoors, slow motion and in low-light.
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Omg! Goigle Pixel 2 just nailed it!😭💖 except for the slow mo. I have been a huge fan of Googke pixel and google pixel 2 from its newest release😭 buy it's so expensive!💔😭 someone who can give me that?😭 pls! I would be the happiest man in the world😭💖💯
8:30 I think this is because in blind test people actually care about colour more than sharpness. Although strangely, when you know what image is taken on what camera, we look at sharpness. I noticed this in me and asked bunch of people - same thing.
blind test - colour matters
known test - sharpness
Samsung just needs to work on auto point and shoot dynamic range/blowouts and that softening and then the phone will be almost perfect. Though I guess there's manual /pro mode. When it comes to low light you get to the point where you should just use flash anyways lol. I've tested both side by side and many times the S9+ has struggled to get details indoors in certain things with and without flash. Whereas the 2XL had no problems and had a more accurate image. I like both phones and can't decide which to keep to be honest though. I've also noticed from experience that the pixel with it's dynamic range with bright sun on buildings, it takes too much of that sun away. Then where the S9+ may not seem as good with bright light like that but it's a bit more real.
in my oponion of looking the picture and video taken by google pixel is good then samsung s9+ it only darken cool mode the picture .........and the google with no effect it show the neutral ..........i think the camera comparison of google pixel is good then samsung s9+
I hope the Pixel 3 will get a microphone upgrade. My S8 captures Great Audio even in loud situations, like when recording race cars and steam trains! And yet they still sound insanely crisp on my earphones.
Damn !! I'm stunned! I didn't realize how good the camera was on the pixel. To think, it's a 2017 phone with ONE Lens also. I have the s9 plus and I really think I might join the google pixel lineup. Pixel 3 this fall ! Just imagine how the camera is gonna be on the pixel 3 !
Samsung S9 with the stuttering video makes the video not very useable. I would rather have a smooth video. Without any post editing, pixel 2 xl appears to produce more pleasing video and photo albeit without the bells and whistles that s9 offers.
very very good comparison, i agree that the pixel 2XL has a better camera, but the s9plus wasn't as bad as i thought it would be! But what good is an amazing camera if you look at it on a dead, lifeless screen? I'm trading my pixel for a samsung
I think...in terms of camera overall, Pixel 2XL is definately is the best! But when it comes to video recording, that is a different story, I would say that Samsung Galaxy S9+, is doing better job. 960fps is pretty amazing! By the way I love your video 'Supersaf', awesome, thumbs up!!
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