Understanding the #LGG4 : Camera from Top to Bottom – Part 1
While there are many features in and out of the LG G4, the most admired feature is its camera. The #LG #G4
has enabled more options and control over the camera to help each and every user generate expert quality photos with a few moves. However because more options imply more difficulties, here we would like to share some useful information regarding core camera functions that will help you more easily navigate through the detailed features. F1.8 Lens
The F1.8 lens is the most adored lens even for professional photographers using a DSLR. The lower the F value, more light enters the lens, thus giving a brighter and clearer image even during low light conditions. The LG G4 has made an unprecedented effort of equipping a F1.8 lens on a smartphone. Exposure Adjustment
The nature of a camera is to make white into grey and black into a slightly lighter black. That being so, a subject or environment may appear more brighter or dimmer than it actually appears. The ‘Exposure Revision' will help you take and save images as they are. Histogram
Basically it is a graph that shows the overall brightness of the image. If too much light enters the sensor and the image turns white, the graph will tilt to the right. On the other hand, if there aren't enough light penetrating the sensor, the graph will tilt to the left. Through the histogram, you will be able to easily control the balance of light. Level
It helps generate a horizontally balanced image. Just hold and make sure you are shooting an image that aligns with the surface. Automatic Focus(AF)
For every, or even fast moving subjects, the LG G4 camera will set the focus of your image automatically so if you are a rooky for finding the right spot, this will do the trick. Manual Focus(MF)
During situations where there are more than two subjects showing through the lens, the MF will help reduce the risk of setting focus on the wrong subject.
Stay tuned for more as camera part 2 will come next week!
Source: Social LG Electronics Blog (http://bit.ly/1Kl42vv