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The Home Security SAFEST Smart Camera

The Home Security SAFEST Smart Camera
The Home Security SAFEST Smart Camera

picture this you’re on vacation enjoying that time at that amazing destination that you’ve always wanted to go to and in that Lohmann your security cameras are trying to tell

you that someone is in your home and going through your personal belongings going from room to room quickly to grab what they want they know you aren’t home your

alarm is going off notifications are going wild but your phone is on vibrate because you are embracing that moment and by the time that you check your phone and

realize what happened that intruder is already gone with your valuables but this is not how it needs to play out what if we can rewind all of this back

and stop this intruder before it even happens this is the security camera system that could have prevented that today I’ve partnered with deep sentinel to show you that preventing

the crime is the best possible outcome and this camera has a feature that no other camera that I’ve use has and that is people I know it sounds weird

but let me explain there are live guards that are always looking at your cameras detection they’re analyzed by a real person immediately and if a threat is there they

will intervene to let them know they need to step off the property so if that intruder doesn’t listen then deep-set know to react immediately and call law enforcement as

an active crime in progress so think about deep sentinel is an extra set of eyes on your house 24/7 and i want to give you a chance to try

it out for yourself so stick around into the end of the video to find out how you can win one i’ll show you exactly how this works in just

a little bit but let’s talk about what you get when you pick one of these systems up the package comes with everything that you need you get three wireless

cameras and a hub to connect them all together you get everything in the box to set all of this up including the batteries to the cameras and one extra

so you get four altogether the power adapter and Ethernet cable for the hub and even a screw driver believe it or not that’s all I use to install my

cameras some might disagree but I love that these cameras are wireless it makes it extremely easy to put them wherever you want the batteries are rechargeable and takes literally

seconds to swap out really clever design in the hub where you can charge a battery right in the hub so when it’s ready to swap out you know exactly

where it is and you know that it’s 100% charged these are large 9600 milliamp hour batteries so you should be good for about three months of use which is

nice setup is super easy and fast one of the easiest that I’ve come across all you need to do is download the app and it just steps you through

the rest the cameras were detected right away it will even tell you if the hub is in an optimal place I got it working in just a few minutes

once everything is set up you’ll see a verified feed these are all the clips that a live agent has approved with a nice thumbnail image of the event at

any time you can click on these to watch them or you can live stream you can talk to that delivery driver if you need to wit two-way audio you

can even share this event or you can download this directly to your phone if you need to AI being built into this camera is really important because there are

some notifications that I don’t need like if a bird was to come flying on my porch or when cars turn on the corner and shine their light on my

porch I don’t need those notifications the AI works to give you only the notifications that you need at first when I set it up I was getting all the

notifications but as I set up the zones correctly and the time went on after about a week the notifications cut down and you only see the important notifications on

this feed and I love the fact that it gives you notification when a package is delivered it recognizes that nest just got this feature I think last week but

I’ve had this ever since I’ve been using this deep sentinel system and I’ve been using it for over a month instead of talking about it I just want to

give you a live demo I think that a lot of people would think that a wireless camera would be slow

but I’m gonna step right onto my porch and right away I’m getting a notification and a live agent is looking at this right now identifying if this is a

threat or not this is really fast a feature that I think is overlooked in most security cameras is the audio and I’m happy to say that the deep’ Sentinel

camera has incredible audio it’s loud it’s clear so what happens if there is an actual threat well I made sure that I called deep-set know ahead of time so

they wouldn’t actually call the cops but I had my friend John dress up and also try to steal a package and do some suspicious stuff around my front porch

and this is what happened hello this is deep sentinel security is there anything I can help you with sir you in the black sweatshirt is there anything I can

help you with this is extremely powerful if you have one of these cameras and every one of your major entry points in the house having an active scan on

all of those entry points is really important so think about this there are a lot of applications where if you’re self monitoring you’re not gonna have a chance to

check those notifications so let’s say that you’re a traveler and you’re on an international flight and you don’t have Wi-Fi you don’t have any control over the notifications that

are happening in your house let’s say that you’re a teacher and you don’t have time to check your phone for hours or if you’re in an important business meeting

and you can’t keep looking at your phone or you might even have to turn that off because you don’t want to miss an important presentation and most importantly at

some point you have to sleep unless you’re extra special and when you’re sleeping you can’t check your notifications so having the second set of eyes around your entire house

you do feel safer ever since I’ve been using this I sleep just a little bit better because I know that somebody is watching the perimeter of my house and

all times and that is something that is intangible this peace of mind and functionality comes at a cost though you’ll need a subscription it’s about four hundred ninety dollars

per year about 41 dollars a month and I understand if you don’t need this the system will work without it you just won’t have that live agent on the

other side so think about this if using a DT or Vivint or many of the other security companies out there you may be paying the same per month or

even more and I will give it to you you will be saving some money on the equipment side but the monitoring side is nowhere near as robust as deep

sentinel if someone breaks in there are so many protocols to go through they usually give you 60 seconds or so to enter the code then the panel calls the

company then a company calls you to verify they might not even reach you on the first try then they call the police and then the burglars are probably already

gone by the time that police are called and law enforcement won’t be as quick to respond because a crime is already over versus deep sentinel calling it in while

the crime is happening they are describing the intruder they’re gonna come in as a crime in progress so that’s different it all depends on what your security needs are

but I feel like there’s a product made for every type of security level and this camera has something different to offer if the cost and subscription makes sense to

you then go for it I think you’ll be very happy with it there are a few things that I would love to see deep-set will do in the future

maybe bring out an LTE or cellular connected model so when the power goes out then we’ll be able to have that functionality with some maybe intelligent power switching for

saving battery life that would be awesome and I would love to see some smart home integration with maybe Amazon Alexa or Google home or home kids I think that

would also be great for this camera system you never know this could already be in the works this is just my wish list so let me know what you

think about the Deep Sentinel camera is having that live agent on the other side in that 24/7 monitoring worth it to you to pay for monthly to have that

peace of mind let me know in the comment section below I cannot wait to read these and I did not forget you can win one of these don’t just

take my word for it you can try it out for yourself all you need to do is follow Deep Sentinel on their social networks I will leave all of

those listed in the description section and then leave a comment let me know what your favorite feature of the deep-set no camera is and why you need it that’s

it so easy and then we will randomly pick one randomly pick one person and you will be the winner you will be notified and then you get to try

this cool system out for yourself so let me know what you think subscribe for more cool videos like this thumbs up if you liked it and I will see

iPhone 11 Pro Max Camera vs iPhone XS Camera

iPhone 11 Pro Max Camera vs iPhone XS Camera
iPhone 11 Pro Max Camera vs iPhone XS Camera

what’s up everybody this is Danny and today I’m excited about this camera comparison this is the iPhone 11 Pro Max versus the iPhone 10s max so I want to

see how good this triple camera system is and if it’s worth upgrading to or not because a lot of times it’s not worth it in a one year time

span to upgrade just because of the camera but this time you have a new triple camera system with the ultra wide-angle some video improvements you can already see that

I am much wider on the front-facing camera and I can shoot 4k 60 now through the front-facing camera which is really nice so let me know which one looks

better which one sounds better and then I’m gonna go out today and see if this camera is worth upgrading to or if you should just keep your 10s max

let’s do this let’s start with the daytime photos because this is when I take the most pictures and the test really didn’t surprise me much they both look very

similar in daylight the pictures are full of dynamic range the colors are nice and the white balance looks the same lots of details here so when it comes to

daylight pictures there aren’t major changes but here’s what I noticed after looking at over 200 pictures side-by-side the portrait mode pictures have a deeper background blur and these subjects

like my son here have better and brighter exposure on the face which is subtle but nice across-the-board I noticed that the iPhone 11 Pro is a bit sharper it’s

not night and day different but you can definitely see it I would almost say that the 11 pros processing is a bit on the over sharpen side where the

10s looks a little smoother and more natural almost in every case the new iPhone 11 pro takes the better shot dynamic range is slightly better in some shots highlight

preservation is noticeable and more highlight detail is noticeable as well the big reason to upgrade this year is the addition of the ultra wide-angle camera you can just get

so much more in the frame it’s been on other cameras for years but now having that option on the iPhone is huge for me I love ultra wide-angle and

once you have it you can’t live without it it’s awesome also this year you can take portrait mode pictures with the ultra wide-angle camera as well you can capture

much more in the scene like this family photo you can’t do that with the older iPhones if your selfie taker there are improvements here as well on the iPhone

11 series first of all you get a wider selphie which to me is a big deal and you can take slow-motion video with the front-facing camera and you also

get 4k 60 frames per second on the front-facing camera as well which is really cool the selfies are sharper this year on the iPhone 11 Pro more detail less

smoothening I like this a lot better but it depends if you like that slight beauty mode effect you might want to stick with the iPhone 10s but I like

the iPhone 11 pearl better for selfies they both shoot 4k video the best video in the business basically and the stabilization looks similar the new iPhone does have extended

dynamic range in 4k 60 frames per second this year so if you shoot a lot of video on your phone it might be worth the upgrade even though it’s

like there is an audio zoom feature on the iPhone 11 series where if you zoom in it isolates the noise and makes the voice louder is slight but noticeable

so here’s an example let me know what you think I should be able to hear me you let’s move to the low-light where you’re gonna see the biggest difference

while daytime improvements are there the night mode changes the game for iPhone photography it’s absolutely unreal how much better the nighttime shots are with the new iPhone I’m going

to let the pictures speak for themselves I mean look at this shot at Pandora at animal kingdom you can barely see the structure on the iPhone 10s max and

on the iPhone 11 Pro you can see everything way more detail punch your colors and you can even see the stars in the background and the noise reduction is

incredible basically every shot is better on the new iPhone even without night mode but the changes are drastic look at the cloud detail here on the iPhone 11 Pro

you can’t see anything with the iPhone Tenace max I really can’t stress enough how much of the difference this is if you’re going to upgrade at all you’re going

to upgrade for the improved low-light capabilities night mode is not new to the smartphone world at all other Android phones have had it forever now but I really like

what Apple is doing with night mode it’s really good I will have more comparisons with other cameras so make sure you subscribe for that and hit that notification bell

so you don’t miss it the nighttime video has also improved slightly more detail in the clouds better noise reduction it’s not as drastic as the photos but you do

get some slight improvements here which are totally welcome so here is my conclusion I never say that it’s worth upgrading your phonecomments

Note 10 Plus Camera vs iPhone 11 Pro Max

Note 10 Plus Camera vs iPhone 11 Pro Max
Note 10 Plus Camera vs iPhone 11 Pro Max

what’s up everybody this is Danny and today you’re seeing a highly-anticipated camera comparison testing one in the sea and that is the brand new iPhone 11 Pro max versus

the Samsung Galaxy Note n plus so they both shoot in 4k but you’re seeing the Samsung Galaxy Note m with portrait mode video you can see that background blur

looks pretty good to me in my opinion so I’m gonna start walking around and what I’m gonna do is switch the audio to see which audio source is better

tell me which microphone picks up better let me know what the dynamic range looks like I know this might not be a fair test comparison so let me switch

out of portrait mode video that is better you can see that there’s a crop now on the note 10 plus but now there is an ultra-wide on the iPhone

11 as well so that’s gonna be really cool to test out and there is also a night mode on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Series so I

can’t wait to check that out so let’s go ahead and test these cameras in all lighting conditions and let’s see which camera system is the best let’s do this

before we get started I want to talk about the settings both were left in pure auto mode scene optimizer is left on the note 10 plus since it comes

on by default remember the note 10 plus does have a pro mode so if you want to fine-tune your photos before snapping you can do that and the iPhone

still does not offer a pro mode in the stock camera application but I wanted to make this test as fair as possible so I kept them both on auto

in good lighting they are both fantastic full of dynamic range really nice colors and lots of detail you can’t go wrong with either but let me break down the

differences that I saw after reviewing over 350 images side by side they are both very similar but you will notice that the note does favor the heavier saturation and

contrast that’s not in every shot though so it does go back and forth but the biggest difference that I noticed across all the photos is the white balance in

a lot of the shots the iPhone favors the warmer tones so that is a preference thing in the end but it does go back and forth so I can’t

say it happens all the time but that’s the biggest difference that I noticed after looking at so many images generally the note 10 plus takes the brighter image and

it tends to overexpose by half a stop or so in harsher fighting conditions the iPhone tends to have a more balanced approach when it comes to highlight preservation and

in some instances just shows higher dynamic range but once again it keeps flip-flopping so it’s hard to make a generalised statement like that here the note 10 plus is

brighter and has better dynamic range and is a better overall balance shot and here is the note 10 plus preserving blowout and balancing the overall scene better than the

iPhone so you can see why this was hard the two times telephoto lens on both are great in good lighting if I had to call it though I think

the no 10 plus has the sharper telephoto lens I’m sure that you can just add some sharpness on the iPhone shot to make them look similar but this is

an auto test so out of the camera the note looks sharper this is the first year that the new iPhones get an ultra wide camera it’s about time the

images look great I like how the shadows aren’t crushed on the iPhone in this series of pictures better overall exposure here but once again it goes back and forth

so I can’t say it does this all the time the note is brighter and better exposed here when it comes to detail on the ultra wide shots and no

ten plus is a little sharper when you punch in you’ll see that the iPhones is a little bit softer when it comes to portrait mode things are nice and

fair because they both can shoot portrait with the telephoto and ultra wide lens which is really nice I like having that choice I do like the colors better on

the iPhone skin tone is generally more balanced where the note n tends to overexpose the skin but once again this is a preference thing for sure but I prefer

the iPhone here I think I would give the edge detection and win to the note though look here between the arms of the iPhone it missed that totally where

the note nailed it so in most pictures I like the edges better on the note I’m not a huge selfie taker but both are very good they both can

shoot a wider angle selfie but the iPhones is a little bit wider both are detail but the iPhone has more detail the smoothening especially on the portrait mode shots

are more noticeable on the note n plusses front-facing camera but once again that’ll be preference they both do a great job with edge detection and background blur when it

comes to video it’s a little bit more clear-cut they both shoot 4k up to 60 frames per second the note N Plus has some of the best video quality

when it comes to Android devices but the iPhone edges it here with better dynamic range and bed balance they both have optical image stabilization in 4k both do a

nice job of stabilizing this handheld walking footage but if you look at the sky they know 10 Plus is completely blown out also when you change the setting to

on the note 10 plus where the iPhone 11 Pro has stabilization so shooting video with the ultra wide angle is going to be smoother on the iPhone but if

you’re willing to go down to 1080p there’s a mode on the note 10 plus called super steady it has a legendary stabilization this is me chasing my son after

asking him to run as fast as he can I am jumping over bushes and all kinds of stuff and while the iPhone does alright it’s not even closed when

it comes to this super steady mode it’s really awesome the note 10 plus does have the ability to shoot portrait mode video in certain conditions it can look great

just like this they both have 240 frames per second slow motion in 1080p standard on most flagship phones if you look close enough though the iPhone slow-motion looks smoother

and also sharper but on the note 10 plus you do have a super slow motion option at 960 frames per second it’s not great looking but you can capture

some epic moments like this if you time it right they both have an audio zoom feature where if you zoom in on the video the audio is amplified take

a listen now [Music] [Music] onto the low-light which everybody’s been waiting for they both have night modes and this is the first time on the iPhone that we have

a night mode and man does it make a huge difference I took photos without the night mode then with the night mode it’s unreal the amount of detail that

these cameras can capture I did take some pictures in regular lower light conditions as I normally do but I will save those till the end because I wanted to

push these cameras to their limits so I went to Pandora at Animal Kingdom and if you’ve never been there at night it’s super dark with lots of textures and

colors so this is a perfect test to give you an idea of how dark it is I took a video with both phones this is not an exaggeration all

you see is a few spotlights these are taken with the night mode in the exact same spot it’s really hard to believe it’s just incredible the iPhone generally comes

through with a warmer image and more saturation the night mode I feel is one of the most balanced on the iPhone is more natural looking out of the two

in most cases let me know which one that you think looks better because just like this entire video it does go back and forth but here are two places

where I think that the iPhone pulls ahead if you look at the night most shots you will see that the iPhone images are sharper with more detail and the

best part is the noise reduction if you look at the Samsung images it still retains that noise where the iPhone image is very clean the notes processing on some

instances likes to brighten too much where the image just looks whitewashed this has happened to more than a few times during this test especially with harsh lighting coming from

one side so when it comes to the night mode I’m going to give the edge to the iPhone 11 Pro for the main sensor but if you want to

shoot night mode with the ultra wide on the iPhone you’re luck you’ll just get darkness we’re on the no 10 plus you can use the white angle for the

night mode which is a major win here are some more pictures of just regular low light without the night mode because let’s be real you won’t be using night

mode on every shot the biggest differences that I see here are colors and exposure they definitely handle red different it does go back and forth but when it comes

to the red rendition the iPhone is more accurate after looking at mini photos back to back the iPhone is more consistent with colors and with overall balance like this

sign I took this photo many times and I kept getting the same result not sure why the notes image was so off I do have to note that there

are times with a note N Plus shows higher dynamic range just look at that light so it’s definitely not all bad for the note but the way that these

cameras process they are totally opposite when it comes to colors the two x telephoto in low-light is sharper on the note 10 plus so if you’re punching in at

night or taking a lot of 2x shots you might enjoy the note 10 plus more when it comes to the low-light video though this is a clear win for

the iPhone this is a difficult lighting situation same Park Pandora and animal kingdom but you can clearly see more detail on the iPhone side with way better noise reduction

the notes video is almost unusable it’s so noisy so clear win here for the iPhone here’s video from a more mixed lower light condition they both look similar but

the noise reduction and clarity is better on the iPhone even in this situation when switching between the lenses the iPhone also has better consistency with colors and exposure and

also keeps focus on the subject where in lower light conditions like this the note sometimes loses focus so in the end both of these cameras are awesome and it’s

tough to call an actual winner because I think a lot of times the daytime photos will come down to preference they are both technically great

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra vs LG V60

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra vs LG V60
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra vs LG V60

everyone is talking about the Galaxy S 20 and the s 20 ultra but today I want to compare with LG’s brand-new offering the v60 thin queue even though LG

hasn’t been killing it in mobile sales lately, this looks like a solid offering and I think it competes well for the price point so let’s take a quick comparison

look at the galaxy s 20 ultras versus the v60 thin queue the v60 I would say is more of an S 20 and an S 20 plus competitor but

I’ve had the galaxy s 20 ultras for over a week so this is the only one that I can share my experience with but if you want to see

a breakdown of the entire galaxy s 20 series lineup and which one to buy I will leave a link down below for you this is the absolute best from

Samsung and the best that LG has to offer so it makes sense both have that premium build quality the s20 ultra and the v6 t have that glass

and metal sandwich combo both of them being ip68 water-resistant the s20 ultra has the slightly larger 6.9-inch quad HD dynamic AMOLED display with 120 Hertz high refresh rate

which will be important to some once you experience this fluidity you’ll never want to go back it’s hard to show on camera because I shoot in 24 frames per

second but trust me it’s awesome especially for gaming with those stereo speakers but LG also has a fantastic 6.8 inches full HD OLED display and also has balanced stereo

speakers for a great multimedia experience and get this you still get a 3.5-millimeter headphone jack with the quad DAC the best audio experience that I’ve experienced on a

phone personally so I want to know from you is the headphone jack still important or have you moved on with wireless earbuds let me know in the comments LG

is also giving you the option of two 6.8 inch displays here this is their offering for a foldable phone at this moment both with a twenty point five by

nine aspect ratio I know it’s a little bit weird but this can also be awesome for gaming where one of the displays can become a gamepad some games

work better than others but there’s a new wide mode which lets apps take advantage of that second display merging them into one this works fairly well with the web

the browser and is pretty cool when you’re looking at your photo gallery you have an educated display just for viewing your photos and video which I think is neat the

the best part is is that you don’t have to use it because it can get a little bit bulky but it fits just like a case and you can just

remove it depending on the carrier and promotions you might even be able to get one of these dual displays for free so make sure you check promotions before you

Bible both of these phones are powered by the brand-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor so plenty of power here for no matter what you throw at it with built-in 5g

which is nice they both have in-display fingerprint scanners but the v40 s is optical while the s20 ultras are ultrasonic I’m surprised that v6 teeth in q

only has eight gigabytes of RAM I thought they would move to twelve gigabytes of RAM like what is standard on the s20 series but the s20 ultra goes all

the way up to 16 gigabytes of ram but that configuration will cost you because it is expensive I’m super happy that both of these companies are prioritizing battery life

in these new phones both with huge 5,000 milliamp hour batteries my week so far with the s20 ultra has been very surprising because even with 120 Hertz display enabled

at 1080p I’m getting incredible battery life so with the full HD display on the v60 the battery life should even be better on that so this is exciting

for battery life on both of these phones, the s20 ultra supports 45-watt fast charging which is a little bit faster than the quick charge 4.0 offered on the

v60 thin q which can go from 0 to 50% in 30 minutes but regardless both will charge up nice and quick and both support wireless charging as well which

is handy at this point both of these look very familiar but when we start talking about the cameras that’s when they start to differ the galaxy s 20 ultra

has a monster 108-megapixel camera for a super high-resolution shot that you can crop to your heart’s content it is mind-blowing or you can shoot 12 megapixels that bin 9 pixels into one for a smaller resolution shot but a more balanced one along with a

48-megapixel periscope lens with a 10x hybrid zoom and an insane 100 times digital zoom it doesn’t look very good but it’s awesome to have in your pocket and

Samsung also has one of the best Mega Pixel ultra whites on the market and the time-of-flight sensor to help with focus and depth information this is a stacked camera

cluster the v60 thank you have a smaller but also impressive 64-megapixel main camera that can shoot high res 64-megapixel shots with or you can choose a pixel

bin 16-megapixel shot that will give you better low-light performance there is no telephoto lens so you’ll have to zoom in digitally which goes up to 10x but there

is a 13 megapixel wide-angle which I am glad they kept because it’s the most useful additional lens that you can have in your pocket but LG sent you’re cutting

sensors please don’t cut this one okay there is also a time of flight sensor on the v60 as well for depth information they are doing a cool feature where

it can create a 3d photo effect you can tilt it and see more of the background and has a spatial effect I’m sure you’ve seen this on Facebook before

this is the same thing and there are some other effects too baked in for some cool outcomes what’s amazing is that both of these phones can shoot video

up to 8k resolution in 24 frames per second, this is just mind-blowing that we can shoot this type of resolution video and it fits in your pocket of course

both of these phones support 4k video up to 60 frames per second and that’s what most people will stick with but both also have 4k 60 frames per second

video recording from the front-facing camera too so that’s nice to have the s20 ultra in terms of resolution has a huge 40-megapixel front-facing camera where the v60 has

a 10-megapixel front-facing camera both have manual video modes which I’m a huge fan of I’m concerned about the bit rate on the v60 through 40 megabits per

second isn’t the greatest the Samsung shoots in a higher bitrate but both of these phones will be awesome for beginner creators to start their first videos with all

of these manual controls, the v60 even has a four-microphone array with built-in stereo recording and as many other modes like 3d surround ASMR and a cool new voice

bouquet feature where it can cut down ambient noise and separate your voice from the background noise levels you can adjust it here right on the screen so I can’t

wait to test this out even though the specifications of the v60 cameras are lower than the s20 ultra playing around with it for the afternoon I was in Press

that the images looking back at them on the phone, of course, that’s not a good way to see the image quality so make sure you subscribe because this

the phone will be out sometime in March and once I get it in I’ll do a full camera comparison which I’m looking forward to the biggest difference here is going

to be pricing LG didn’t officially announce pricing because they let the carriers do that but they said that it’s gonna come in less than the galaxy s 20 which

I’m assuming is going to be about eight hundred ninety-nine dollars or so don’t quote me on that but I’m thinking that’s where it’s gonna land the s20 ultra

starts at thirteen ninety-nine so let me know in the comments is the ultra worth five hundred dollars more than the LG v6 teeth in Q these phones compete

very closely closer than I thought so many of the same features are in the v6 teeth in Q and you can add that extra screen which is pretty

cool and I know that people are probably already writing LG off but you never know this could be a sleeper hit when I get this phone in I will

do a full test and give this a proper chance because we have to test it to see how it competes and this is a huge rivalry every single year

between LG and Samsung so let me know which team are you on Team Samsung or team LG but this is something to think about if the v60 performs as

well as the galaxy s 20 and it comes in at a lower price then this could mean something and where the consumers win is when both of these devices

go on sale you never know what you can pick these up for so this is exciting so let me know what you think about the LG be 60

in the comments section below and make sure you subscribe for a lot more videos on both of these phones hit that like button if you enjoyed

iPhone 11 Pro Max vs Pixel 4 XL Low Light


what’s up everybody this is Danny and it is a surprisingly cold night here in Florida but I’m here doing the low-light test between the Samsung Galaxy S 20 altra

the pixel 4 XL and the iPhone 11 Pro max so I want to know which one of these has the best low-light we’re gonna test video we’re test photos

and just try to get every kind of scenario that we get and then see if the Galaxy S 20 ultra is the new low-light cake let’s go ahead and

get started the iPhone and the pixel 4 XL both have 12 megapixel main cameras but the s20 ultra has a monster 108 megapixel camera but in low-light I use

the 12 megapixel bin mode to make things fair and also because it gives the best balanced shots with highlights overall detail and noise reduction all of these pictures are

shot in auto mode with the built-in night modes on their respective stock camera apps I’ve taken a lot of these shots without night mode and then with night mode

to see which one does it best it will be listed down below which mode it is so you don’t get confused after looking at a ton of images side

by side here’s what I noticed these are arguably some of the best low-light shooters on the market right now and they are all great but here are some general

characteristics that I noticed during my testing the larger sensor and the 9 pixels – one binning really shows on the s20 ultra by producing the brightest shot in most

scenarios the pixel for excel and iPhone do a great job of keeping up though one thing that you will notice is that all of these cameras produce a different

look and choose different white balance priorities generally the pixel for excel lands extremely warm on the normal shot but then when you use knife sight it totally does the

opposite on white balance landing it on the cool side you end up getting two totally different shots this for sure will be a preference thing and I’m guaranteeing it

will be a mix up in the comment section but let’s talk about some of the technical differences between these cameras for example here on this boat and water shot

you could argue that the iPhone 11 Pro max has the more natural replication with colors look and feel but the shadows are crushed to produce those inky blacks the

pixel lands warmer with more saturation giving it a more pleasing look but brightening this guy to a more blue tone and notably with the most noise in the sky

you can really see it the s20 ultra does produce the brightest shot so I can see a lot of people choosing this in a blind test but technically it

has the worst highlight control blowing out the lights on the top of the boat and over accentuating the lights on the water but the noise is well controlled with

a good mixture of shadow detail when we go into night mode though the ultra just turns that scene into daytime and I guess that’s the goal of night modes

so that just shows you how good this night mode can be in certain scenarios with the s20 ultra and it did trigger the longest exposure time but in my

opinion I still think that the iPhone crease the more natural night mode scenario with plenty of dynamic range in detail and the pixel for Excel land somewhere in the

middle like I said this is gonna trigger some debate which one do you like better in terms of details and sharpness they are all great impressive even without night

mode but when night mode kicks in it’s noticeable how detailed and sharpen the s20 ultras images are and in this scenario it really works to its advantage but under

trickier lighting conditions it can be a little bit different you can see over sharpening on the image processing and sometimes when it hits night mode its accentuated even more

look at the street food lettering halo effects with uneven colors where the pixel for excel and the iPhone 11 Pro max handle the red lettering best with clarity and

balance all have really great colors for the most part and this is another example where even without night mode the s20 ultra creates the brighter picture capturing great details

the pixel for excel comes in with the most saturated picture I’m really surprised that the pixel was over saturating in most of this testing

but see here with nitesite how the pixel literally turn the scene to cool it looks better in my opinion but that is a drastic change the ultra at night

mode tends to also change it turns the images warm but the detail and highlight preservation is great here but what I noticed is that the preservation can be too

aggressive in night mode so see how nicely exposed this balloon is here when it switches to night mode the picture looks much dimmer with a significant color temperature change

so I hope this can be improved in a future software up but damn is there no denying the amount of detail that’s captured here it looks significantly sharper than

the other two cameras it just needs a little bit of tuning but long story short if you want that ultra sharpness go with the s20 ultra here are some

examples of shots in different scenarios and different lighting and generally speaking the characteristics are repeated but when it comes to red color replication the Samsung still falls behind here

the pixel and the iPhone are nearly identical skin tones at night are also brightest with the ultra but the iPhone is the most natural in my opinion with the

best handling of the red color in the background because you can see it’s nice and even but look at the amount of background separation the ultra is giving off

the natural bouquet is incredible you can really see it here on this macro shot look at the bouquet it’s significantly better than the other two cameras but it does

produce the softest shot where the iPhone takes the sharpest and best exposure on the flower in this scenario when it comes to dynamic range a lot of shots show

the s20 ultra being better because of that bidding structure look at the windows all of the details are retained inside of the shop where they pixel does the second-best

and the iPhone is coming up short here regardless of which one is technically better mobile cameras have come a long way I mean look at this shot without night

mode this image would have been terrible a few years ago when you kick on night mode you do get a different interpretation on each camera I’m surprised that the

pixel actually did the worst here what the water color is just not accurate at all I guess I can’t do this video without mentioning the zoom capabilities of the

s20 ultra you can zoom up to 100 times but at night I would stick to the 10x zoom when it comes to low-light selfies the ultra and the pixel

are the ones to go for there is a night mode on the front-facing camera for both the ultra and the pixel and look at the difference that it makes

the detail in the ultra front-facing camera is insane there is no skin smoothing in night mode you can see it a little bit in the regular shots for sure

but all of these have different skin tone replication but I’m really digging the pixels and even though it’s not the most accurate it is definitely the most pleasing shot

but there is absolutely no denying that the all has the most detail with that 40 megapixel sensor bending down I do notice that the galaxy’s picking up the green

tone on the skin a lot more than the other two so let me know which one that you like the most the iPhone really needs a selfie night mode

because it is the worst year with the most noise in the darker conditions so let’s talk about the 4k video the s20 ultra can shoot in 8k which is

really cool but at night it doesn’t make a difference and you’ll see why in a minute the ultras video creates the noisiest video out of all three with the

worst detail and the pixel isn’t much better but it’s really no contest here when it comes to the iPhone video it takes it clearly with the best noise reduction

and clarity here it is in another scenario with the band playing the pixel actually has the worst video here the exposure in colors and contrasts are just non-existent if

you crop into the sky you can really see how noisy the video is on the ultra and the pixel the iPhone has the best noise reduction contrast and sharpness

and all of this could change with a software update to the s20 ultra but with the physical restriction of the 0.8 micron pixel size on the main sensor I’m

not sure if that’s possible but let’s see what Samsung responds with with major software updates coming out in the near future so after looking at these images let me

know which camera did the nighttime shots the best for me I think the iPhone has the most natural nighttime color replication and also has the best video out of

the three but the ultra has the most detail literally turning night into day with the improved night mode it’s impressive and the pixel for excel is the pixel just

keeping up extremely well with that computational photography it is still impressive regardless of which one you pick they are all good but I hope this video helped you make

a decision when it comes to preference of nighttime photography and video the real winner here is us the consumer because nighttime photos are getting better and better and that’s

something that I can appreciate so thank you for watching thumbs up if you enjoyed this and I will see you in the next one

Samsung Galaxy S20+ vs S10+ Camera

Samsung Galaxy S20+ vs S10+ Camera
Samsung Galaxy S20+ vs S10+ Camera

what’s up everybody this is Danny and I’m doing something very cool today I am here and a Dallas Mavericks game but I’m here also to do a camera comparison

between the Samsung galaxy s 20 plus and the Samsung galaxy s 10 Plus this is very highly requested so let me know which microphone sounds better to let me know

which video looks better and I’m gonna take a bunch of pictures and we’re gonna see if the s 20 plus is a big upgrade over the s 10 plus

was doing there are a new sensor in the galaxy s 20 and the s 20 plus this year so I wanted to see exactly how much the camera has

improved over the s 10 plus I shot all of this in Auto to keep things fair and turned off the seen optimizer I took about 300 pictures total and

looking at them side-by-side here are the major differences just as expected in the daytime the images look very similar but one of the big reasons to upgrade is the

zoom the s 20 plus can zoom up to 30 times and in the day it looks legit where the s 10 plus tops off at 10 X digital zoom

I posted this on Twitter and a lot of you are praising how this is a perfect example of real-world use of the zoom and I agree on I

was sitting way up in the suite and having that useable 10x zoom was awesome the 30x shots are okay too but nowhere near is usable but the 10x is

for sure legit here’s a side by side of the ultra-wide the main the 2x on the s10 plus in the 3x on the S 20 plus and the

10x hybrid on the S 20 plus which for sure looks sharper than the s tens 10x digital zoom and here’s that 30x shot just to let you know what

it looks like you can see what’s going on but I will stick to the 10x ooh the next big feature is the video and the s 20 plus

can shoot a ke video but I wouldn’t upgrade just because of that the 4k video is still great and uses the main sensor so it has better autofocus

at first glance, I wouldn’t blame you if you liked the S 10 plus 4k video better because has more contrast and has a cooler white balance but if you

look a little further and look at the skin tones they’re much better on the S 20 plus that magenta or red skin tone is controlled much better no dramatic

changes when switching to the telephoto lens at all the colors look the same in the exposure but when switching to the ultra-wide the s20 plus now all of

a sudden get more contrasting not sure what happened there but if you want to see what that 3x zoom – 2 X zoom difference is like here’s a realistic

the example I like having that little bit of extra zoom range native so the s20 plus is perfect for sporting events I had a great time at the game but

when I got home I wanted to make sure that I tested the two a little bit more and in doing that it made me appreciate the galaxy s

10 plus a lot more Samsung has done a fantastic job of updating this camera and making a lineup consistent with one UI so the processing is very similar first

the thing that I noticed is a skin balance is so much better with the rear camera and even with the front-facing camera in my previous camera comparisons I did complain

about how Samsung would over brighten the skin I know it’s all personal preference but I am glad to see Samsung doing something better with more natural colors when it

comes to people even though the s20 Plus here is brighter it is the best balance of the two and represents the more realistic skin tone and exposure so I’m

happy about this second is the improvements in dynamic range while it’s not a huge leap there are some scenarios where HDR processing shows improvement with better balance in

highlights and shadow details without clipping but don’t get me wrong it does go back and forth where the s10 plus sometimes just looks better which is weird but generally

you will see an improvement in the HDR processing third is the natural depth of field you’ll see better bouquet or background separation without any special modes in some shots

is subtle and the difference isn’t huge and some like this flower shot you can tell so I welcome this improvement the only downside is that I think the

s10 Plus is sharper on most macro shots look at the squirrel here it’s just much sharper on the s10 Plus same with the close-up of this fake turtle it’s

sharper with the details but to be honest I rather have that amazing background separation and add a little bit of sharpness when I edit the photo but let me

know what you think this picture s 20 plus but in my testing, I didn’t see a huge difference but here’s one part where it made a

look at the water the s 20 plus was able to cut this out while the s 10 missed it and just blurted the s 20 plus looks sharper here

as well but I really wouldn’t worry about the time of flight sensor because in this instance the s 20 plus just failed where the s 10 plus did better

and I took that shot multiple times to make sure it wasn’t user error the last thing during the day I need to talk about is the 64 megapixel secondary

a camera that’s in the s 20 plus and during the day I like it when you look at them side-by-side it doesn’t look that different but when you

start cropping in you can see the detail difference here so if you like to reframe or recrop a lot then the s 20 plus is definitely for you

so overall there are some notable improvements in the s 20 plus for sure during the day but the s 10 plus keeps up extremely well and the processing sometimes

even produces a better shot than the s 20 plus while remaining sharper so let me know what you guys think is this enough or are you sticking with the

S 10 plus so let’s move on to the low-light what everyone wants to know about and I have to admit when I first started editing this I thought

man is the s 10 plus doing better than the s 20 plus but after looking at more of these images the biggest flaw in the s 20 plus

is the metering the S 10 plus has more aggressive metering where the brighter areas are better controlled in the sky is processed as pure black so I can see

some of you liking this better and I don’t blame you but in the end, the s 20 plus is capturing more information it just needs some software updates

to better balance that dynamic range in certain situations for instance here on this boat if you bring down the exposure slightly on the s 20 plus you can get

that it looks super clean but this is an autotest so the s10 plus wins in this aspect I’m not gonna lie I was worried but that is basically

where it ends because the larger microns in the new sensor make a difference in almost all of the shots are generally brighter with better dynamic range

better white balance and most notably it’s much sharper and has less noise cropping in just look at the detail on the trees and look at the noise reduction all

around is much better on the s20 plus when I was looking at them on their displays it didn’t look that much different but when I started editing these on

the computer the differences were very apparent the s10 plus isn’t doing bad at all but when looking at them side-by-side this is the reason to upgrade because of the

better low-light performance in night mode though the s10 plus does a much better job with detail and better dynamic range so it competes much better with the s 20

plus but I still think in night mode that the s 20 plus has better detail and richer color the s 20 plus does slightly over-sharpening though so I

would like to see that tone down but it’s impressive what the night mode can do the 4k video in moderate low-light they both look very similar the colors and

the sharpness does look to be very comparable here in this situation but as the lighting gets worst like here in this firework scenario the noise is pretty terrible on

the s10 plus you can see it the results from the bigger microns on the s20 plus shows here with superior noise reduction and even though there still

is noise don’t get me wrong the improvement is there just look at the smoke the s10 plus is falling apart so if you shoot a lot of low-light videos

then the s20 plus seems like a no-brainer upgrade the zoom works the same as it does during the day surprisingly the 10x digital zoom on the s10 plus keeps

up well but that’s about it low light beside the metering on the neon lights and harsher lights the s20 plus is a better camera in almost every way the

day time differences aren’t as major as the low-light but there are improvements here if you’re wondering if you should upgrade or not let’s say this though the 10-plus is

still impressive and is still a great camera but if you want to justify an upgrade here are all the improvements that you needed to see to make an informed

buying decision thank you for watching this let me know if you’re upgrading or if you’ve already upgraded or if you’re keeping your S 10 plus another year I hope

you enjoyed this thumbs up if you did subscribe for a lot more content just like this and I will see you in the next one

LG V60 vs Galaxy S20 Plus Camera Match:

LG V60 vs Galaxy S20 Plus Camera Match:
LG V60 vs Galaxy S20 Plus Camera Match:

what’s up everybody this is Danny I hope everyone is staying safe out there today I’m bringing you the camera comparisons between the LG v60 thin queue and the Samsung

galaxy s 20 plus so I didn’t want to stack it up with the ultra because the v6 D comes in at a much lower price so this just made

more sense let me know what video looks better to let me know what stabilization looks like and also let me know which microphone sounds better and then I’m gonna test

out all the different conditions and let you know if the v60 can knock out the s 20 plus in a camera comparison let’s do this before we get started

let’s talk about the testing process all of these pictures were taken on auto mode with HDR enabled scene optimizer off and all Beauty modes were disabled both of these

cameras do have a manual mode so if you have time to tweak the settings to get that perfect shot you can but to keep things fair I do it

this way because I think it represents the average user best let’s start with the daytime shots as expected any flagship device these days can take great pictures during the

day and no exceptions here colors are rich dynamic range is great sharpness and detail are both there so for the most part both of these cameras will produce a

a nice image in good lighting but after looking at over 200 images side-by-side here are the major differences that I noticed the color replication is a little bit different the

v60 tends to lean towards the lighter blue in the sky neither of these cameras nailed it I would say the realistic color is somewhere in between but this is

all personal preference also, in general, the s20 plus tends to create more contrast to pictures I prefer this in a lot of the cases the highlights are controlled better

on the s20 plus and the overall pictures are just better balanced as a whole there is less clipping on the brighter areas like this plant here and if you

just compare HDR to HDR time and time again the s 20 plus just ends up capturing the brighter overall scene with more vibrant colors and uniform exposure of course

you can just edit the v60 photo to make it look comparable but straight out of the camera I feel that the S 20 plus has an edge in a

a lot of the scenarios if I had to pick one fault with the v60 during the day is the triggering of the auto HDR sometimes it’s just the and activate

when it should so you end up getting blown out backgrounds so after this happened a bunch of times I just forced the HDR to always-on I hope LG

fixes this in a future software update you might be thinking that the v60 shots in some scenarios look washed out and that’s because it tends to process with more

shadow detail you can just bring down the shadows if you edit your photos and you can get it looking close to the s20 plus but straight out of the

the camera doesn’t have the same balance as the s20 plus does looking at the depth of field both do a great job because they both have larger sensors this

the year the difference is that the v60 uses a main 64-megapixel sensor with no secondary lens besides the ultra-wide plus the time of flight where the s 20

plus uses the 12 megapixels as the main sensor has a secondary 64-megapixel camera for a digital telephoto and an ultra-wide plus the time flight so the s

20 plus does have an extra sensor when comparing the high-resolution 64 megapixel captures they both look great with lots of detail this is going to allow you to

crop to your heart’s content without much quality loss look at the amount of cropping here you can still see a lot of the detail even at 1000% crop but

after comparing the s 20 plus does have the more detailed 64-megapixel capture it’s slightly sharper with a little bit more detail it’s not crazy different but noticeable when

cropping and heavy but regardless they are both great when it comes to portrait mode on the v60 uses the wide-angle camera and in some instances, it can be advantageous

so you can get that background blur even if you’re farther away from the subject but in most cases, you do have to get way too close to that subject

to get that desired focal length I’m hoping that LG allows a user to use the main sensor for portrait mode in the future because I think it’s a better

look overall you do have to get close to the subject to take that portrait shot when doing this comparison it was pretty difficult to let me know what you

think in the comments about the natural roll-off in the background separation which one has the better natural bouquet they do have a different look so I think it’s

gonna be a personal preference when it comes to macro photography both of them do not have the best minimum focusing distance so you can’t get as close as you can

on previous generations do a larger sensor you do get the incredible depth of field but the sacrifice is the narrow point of focus the v60 does have a worse minimum focusing

if you don’t want it to look like this they both do shoot an HDR 10 plus but here’s what it looks like when you take it off of

the phone looks flat with no color but when you work with it add a lot and make some adjustments the video can look incredible if you want to

see what the v6 tak camera can do make sure you check out my full video I’ll leave a link to it you’ll be impressed the average consumer isn’t

going to be able to do this conversion and video editing so I’m going to give the video into the galaxy s 20 plus the last thing is the

daytime selfies LG and Samsung both do a nice job but the LG tends to land on the warm side but also has nice detail I like the wider field

of view on the S 20 plus front-facing camera better it allows more to be in the frame the 60 prioritizes skin for exposure where I feel the s 20

plus is trying to balance the entire picture so the dynamic range looks better on the s 20 plus sometimes it goes back and forth but overall I prefer the

the cooler tone in the contrast of the s 20 plus so let’s get to that low-light performance this is the test that I was looking forward to my s 20

plus is the Korean unlocked Snapdragon model and has the latest software running on it and the images have gotten a lot better since launch in general again the v60

tends to land warmer on the white balance sometimes to warm and as more saturation so this will be a preference thing on which one that you like better but

if you look at all the pictures you’ll notice that the v60 shoots at a higher ISO which makes for more shadow detail you can see it especially in the

clouds so some might like that better but that does come at an expense of more noise when you punch in you can see that noise pretty clearly but look

at the detail, the v60 is significantly sharper than the s 20 plus which I was really surprised with taking a look at the shot the color temperature and saturation

do look different but at 400% crop the people and the steps look much clearer on the v60 so kudos to LG on this the good thing is that the

noise pattern is uniform on the v60 so just like the daytime pictures where the shadow detail is bumped you can just adjust the shadows when you edit the picture

and you can lose most of that noise without affecting the overall picture so I wouldn’t call this a deal-breaker at all because I believe this can be fixed

in the firmware update I just hope that LG gets better with software updates they have not been the most reliable the v60 also picks up a lot more of

the green tones take a look at the clouds here that’s not nice-looking the night mode does help it but I think the s20 plus looks better on the

night mode scenarios there is a slider on the v60 but don’t go all the way up because then you’ll get this the wide-angle can also shoot in night mode

and they both look good but I prefer the s20 plus as nighttime color and processing here the images may be more detailed on the v60 but overall the

balance of highlights and exposure is better on the s20 plus, for the most part, take a look at this light source here but it wouldn’t be a camera comparison

if it didn’t go back and forth it’s extremely saturated and warm on the shot but the dynamic range is handled better just look at the store windows and look

at the amount of detail difference here it’s noticeable both of them don’t handle Reds well the more accurate color I guess would be the v60 but the processing

is weird on both of them this white angle is the best representation that I got from both of them when it comes to the nighttime photos I think it

will come down to preference but when we start looking at the video the LG is looking weird when the stabilization is happening so movement can make it look smeared

but when you don’t move as much it clears up the video on the s20 plus is more colorful and also sharper if you look closely but I do

have to give it to the LGV 60 on the noise reduction it is much better and zooming into that sky you can see the difference but that noise

the reduction does come at a cost for slightly softer video so let me know which one you prefer finally the night time selfies they both have nice detail with the

beauty modes off the portrait mode also work pretty well in moderate low-light but they get soft when they go into darker conditions the difference with the s20 plus

is that it has night load for the front-facing camera this makes a huge difference in the V 60s again landing worn with more saturation but that night mode is

a game-changer they look like two different pictures but overall the s20 plus ends up being sharper in most shots the v60 just totally missed it here on this

portrait shot but once again the detail and sharpness on night mode front-facing camera is undeniable so this camera comparison was made to help you make a buying decision

Camera Test and Unboxing Huawei P40 Pro

Camera Test and Unboxing Huawei P40 Pro
Camera Test and Unboxing Huawei P40 Pro

what’s up everybody this is Danny and this is the Huawei P 40 Pro and I’ve been using it for about 48 hours so I want to unbox it show

you what comes inside of the box and share a little bit what it’s like to use this phone and my first impressions and then I’m gonna give you some

samples from this new camera system it’s a beast the box is very familiar it keeps a tradition going with the clean aesthetic, of course, you’re greeted with the phone

first, we will put that to the side and see what else comes with the phone you get a sim ejector tool on top of the smaller box and what’s

awesome is that inside of this box you get a clear case it’s a thin and flexible case I will show you what it looks like on in just a

the little bit you get a USB a 2 USB Secord standard affair you also get some USB C headphones included since this phone does not have a headphone jack sad

to say but I think we can officially retire that Jack in 2020 and finally you get a Huawei supercharged 40-watt power break this charge is incredibly fast so

I’ll be comparing some of the other phones in a charging comparison soon so stay tuned for that this is the p40 pro there is a p40 and also a

p40 Pro Plus which do have some differences I have the matte gray version this glass is beautiful it has a nice subtle gradient to its light refraction I love

the finish the p40 plus has a new ceramic finish which I can’t wait to test out but I think that’s coming out in June so I can’t wait to

get that soon I’m gonna put this case on before I drop it I’m known to break phones right away but the fit is very very nice if even

protects the corner so if you do lay this flat on the surface you will get some screen protection and it protects the camera system and flushes out that

the camera bump the display is a quad curved six points five eight-inch 20 640 by 1200 OLED with 90 Hertz refresh rate I know it does not translate to

video well since I shoot in 24 frames per second but is very responsive and fluid and supports DCI p3 HDR with a 19 by 8 by 9 aspect ratio

if you end up buying the smaller P 40 you will get a 6.1-inch display the display itself looks good I don’t think you’ll be disappointed at all

it’s bright sharp and colorful if you’re you can run 90 Hertz at full resolution or you can run it at 60 Hertz and you can put it on smart

the resolution, where it will bump up the resolution when it sees fit the quad curve, is very interesting it swoops up here on the four corners and it’s unique

the thing that I had to get used to are the corners where the keyboard pops up it does obstruct things a little bit but I got used to it

pretty quickly let me know what you think about this there is an in-display fingerprint scanner just as fast as the previous models if not a little bit faster

and there’s also super fast face unlock this phone is very powerful but I appreciate the size of the phone here it is next to the p30 pro it’s very

similar in size so you can get a good idea and here it is next to the May 30 Pro also very similar in size the p40 Pro is slightly

wider though which I think feels nicer in the hand here is the iPhone 11 Pro max just for fun just in case you own one of these and want

to see the difference in size the closest I would say in size to another Android phone is the galaxy s 20 plus the camera system is for sure larger

on the Huawei but the S 20 plus is a little bit taller so that’s a good reference for size but the s 20 ultra is just huge in

comparison’s bigger in every way and it’s also much much heavier the chipset inside is the Kiran 990 paired with eight gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes of internal

storage I’m surprised they went with 8 gigabytes of RAM but I have not seen any issues in performance so far it’s been super quick and responsive but I do

need to use this a little bit more to make that determination so make sure you hit that notification bell for the full review coming up shortly

the operating system is Android 10 open-source but there is no Google Play Store support here as expected there is the Huawei app gallery

pre-installed so there are some apps here like Snapchat Amazon tik-tok and telegram so the library is growing my immediate workaround is the Amazon App Store there are some choices

here that can fill in the gap there are some more games here too I was able to install Twitter and Instagram so my social media apps are good I

can’t live without those or share pictures and I was also able to get Spotify on there so I’m able to listen to music so for everyday stuff I’m pretty

good I was also able to cite low Chrome with no issues so that gave me the browser I wanted I’m just missing the YouTube app I tried it and

it doesn’t work for now but you can use Chrome to watch YouTube so I will give some updates along the way on social media and my follow-up video

I was also able to sideload Nova Launcher and customize my layout emui 10 is cleaning up very well and has some great new features but I do this –

most of my Android phone so no offense here Huawei the camera system gets a nice upgrade on the p40 pro the 32-megapixel front-facing camera looks very similar to

the s10 plusses dual cutout from before but there is a secondary IR and depth sensor in between the two sensors that are an ambient and proximity sensor to work together

for the face unlock at night and gesture-based navigation also the depth sensor works well from what I have tested nice bouquet and edge detection the back camera array

is where it gets serious it has one of the biggest but most elegant camera bumps and will affect lay on the table ability if that’s a word but there

is a reason why trust me the main sensor is an F 1.9 50 megapixel one over one point two eight-inch sensors this is the biggest size sensor in

a smartphone at this moment there is also a 12 megapixel 5x optical zoom telephoto lens 40 megapixel F 1.8 ultra-wide-angle cine lens and also a time of flight

sensor the p40 Pro Plus that’s coming out later will end up having I think of world’s first dual zoom lenses it will have a 10x optical zoom and also

a 3x optical zoom and will also be able to zoom up to 100 times to compete with the ultra so I can’t wait to try that one there is

a 4200 milliamp-hour battery inside and while it’s too early for me to talk about battery I need to use this a little bit more it has been solid

so far this phone also supports 40-watt wireless charging which I don’t think any other phone does right now if it does let me know in the comments below

I’m pretty sure I have to buy the official while we charger for that so as soon as I get it in I’ll let you know how fast this charges

I got a chance to take a walk with this camera and I got so pictures and video very impressive the OIS Andy is super stabilization is very impressive for

a handheld video I hate to keep pressing this narrative ever since the ban in the whole situation this is probably one of the best phones that you probably can’t

buy especially if you live in the United States I wish it wasn’t this way in terms of pricing they announce it in Euros as usual so p40 will go

for 799 euros the p40 plus we’ll go for 999 euros available in early April and then the p40 Pro Plus some alpha will go for 13.99 euros so that

is expensive but it’s meant to compete at the very very top but if I heard correctly that will not be available until June so I will be doing a

a lot more on this phone especially a lot more camera comparisons when I can get out more I know everybody’s trying to stay safe right now and I’m not gonna

risk public health to go out there and do a ton of camera comparisons

Huawei P40 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro & Galaxy S20

Huawei P40 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro & Galaxy S20
Huawei P40 Pro & iPhone 11 Pro & Galaxy S20

what’s up everybody this is Danny and today I’m gonna be doing one big camera comparison between the brand new Huawei p40 Pro the iPhone 11 Pro Max and also

the Samsung galaxy s 20 altra so there’s not gonna be as many shots this time because I’m trying to stay safe I’m limiting my time out so I just

want to do this for about a half an hour so while I’m going for a walk I’m gonna take some pictures to let me know which video looks better to let

I know which audio sounds better and then we’re gonna see which one of these three cameras are gonna be the king of cameras in 2020 everybody stays safe to let’s

start with the daytime pictures all of these images were captured in auto mode to make things fair the p40 Pro and the s20 ultra both have promos built-in

so if you have time to tune for that perfect shot you definitely can this comparison is neat because all three cameras do a fantastic job with colors dynamic range

and sharpness so you can’t go wrong with any of these but they do have different characteristics so let me break those down after looking at all these pictures side-by-side

I think a lot of this will be a personal preference in some shots these three will produce very similar pictures where the differences are negligible but in some shots you

can tell the difference when it comes to blue sky rendition and colors they do vary on which one hits with the most accuracy but most of the time

the Huawei p40 Pro does the better job this is how I was seeing it with my own eyes so I’m glad that Huawei improved this on the last several

releases the biggest difference that you might see is the white balance between them sometimes they just land different depending on the situation the iPhone does a better

a job with translating the warmer tones that are naturally there where the two others land toward the cooler tones so in some situations, I like the iPhone better but if

I had to generally speaking I think that the p40 Pro does the best with the overall white balance and color rendition which is a big leap for while way

in there processing when it comes to dynamic range it does go back and forth smart HDR on the iPhone does a great job with harsh lighting like the Sun

here but look at the galaxy s 20 altra handling the Sun like a boss creating the best-looking photo in this scenario so like I said I think out

of this will be a personal preference in macro shots you can see the sensor size difference right away with the amount of depth of field look at the Huawei and

the Samsung it shows it’s a mix up how I feel about this because I love the insane depth of field but it shots like this smaller sensors can keep

more of the subject in focus so once again it depends on what you like but I do have to say that the latest s20 ultra software has improved this

quite a bit so kudos to Samsung on this I think here in this difficult shot the ultra took the best picture with the most depth of field so I

would love to keep seeing improvements on this as sensor sizes increase when it comes to portrait mode shots they are excellent with edge detection and background blur here’s a

a good example of the white balance and contrast differences between a3 the iPhone and the ultra crop in heavily using this mode but the Huawei uses the wider angle by

default but you can zoom in if you like to get a different focal length here in this shot you can see the iPhone just missing the pattern inside altogether

where the other two got it no problem but I do like the way that the Huawei looks in this scenario the background blur isn’t as heavy but it’s more

realistic here’s a portrait mode shot where it’s a good example of overall balance all three shots look great but look at the harsher lighting that is present on my

shirt it’s handled worse by the s20 ultra where the iPhone is somewhere in the middle but the Huawei it’s perfectly balanced impressed here the p40 pro and the

s20 ultra both have super high-resolution camera sensors but surprisingly the iPhone holds up extremely well with just a straight-up 12 megapixel shot in some cases with the texture

it even beats out the Huawei in certain scenarios this is a 10x crop test but looks at the ultra here just razor-sharp with the most detail when looking

at the shot I was very impressed by the iPhone when you crop in 10 times the fence looks surprisingly clear when it comes to landscape shots here is a

great example look at how far I was away from this building 50 megapixels on the Huawei 100 megapixels on the s20 ultra when cropping into this balcony 20

times you can see that the image is sharper on the s20 altra there is some over-sharpening happening here look at the chair where the Huawei has a uniform color

and processing across the chair this is very impressive and I know that you won’t be cropping in this bar but this is just for the sake of showing you

the difference in a camera processing all three of these smartphones have a different skin tone rendition the iPhone surprisingly has the most saturated and unrealistic skin tone rendition out

of the three the s20 ultra still seems to be brightening the skin the most

I know some people prefer this and I don’t blame you at all but I think the p40 pro has the best overall balance of actual skin tone and brightness

on the rear camera but then when you switch it over to the front-facing camera it changes to be the opposite the skin is brightened to give you a more

vibrant look so in terms of overall balance I like the s20 ultras front-facing camera shots the best so let me know which one that you like better in the

the comments section below but damn the iPhone shots just consistently look the worst, in my opinion, I’m very surprised by this test the iPhone 11 Pro max doesn’t have crazy

zoom features but the p40 pro in the s20 ultra both do I went to 10x zoom since that’s what the iPhone can do digitally and the results

are sharper on the s20 ultra on the edges but more detail on the p40 pro just look at the bird here but in this water fountain scenario the p40

took it to take a look at the trees in the overall image it’s much sharper and more detailed overall so that you go back and forth I had to

throw this one in there I was walking by a pond and I thought I saw a gator in there so this is a perfect scenario of the zoom at

10x zoom you really couldn’t tell but with the 30x zoom it’s confirmed that it is a gator but look at how impressive that 30x zoom is on the p40

Pro you can see the ridges on the back of that alligator the s20 ultra you can also see that it’s a gator as well it’s just not as

clear but the s20 ultra has a hundred x oom so here’s that oil painting I’ll compare the hundred x zoom when the p40 Pro Plus comes out later

this summer when it comes to the video they all can shoot 4k up to 60 frames per second I think that’s a first for a Huawei but the galaxy s

20 ultra can shoot up to 8k resolution so that is insane for a smartphone all of these again have different color renditions so let me know which one that

you like best but if I had to pick one I like the s20 ultras video the most in this scenario when it comes to stabilization they all have optical

image stabilization and do a great job but it looks like the Huawei is picking up more of the bounce in my walking but I think that has a lot

to do with the wider field of view since it uses the wide-angle camera the Huawei uses optical image stabilization and electronic stabilization at the same time dropping it to

1080p all three again with nice stabilization but the s20 ultra is the only one with super steady stabilization which is great if you don’t mind dropping the 1080p following

my son while running you can see just how smooth the s20 ultras video is it looks like it’s on a gimbal which is insane while the other two shake

quite a bit so this is a really impressive feature I usually don’t do autofocus tests but the Huawei even with the largest sensor out of the three has octa

PD autofocusing which does a great job with focusing on the sanitizer and locking on without pulsing and yes the ultra is running the brand new firmware for autofocus

fixes bug in my testing the video focusing got worse a lot of times I can’t get it to lock-on and if it does lock on it won’t refocus

back to the background sometimes it works it doesn’t and in this case, it didn’t work so I hope this is fixed soon I think the iPhone still has

the faster autofocus out of the three but the Huawei is impressive since it has the largest sensor and doesn’t show the AF problems that the Samsung exhibits so let’s

get to the low-light performance I took a lot of these shots one with and one without night modes you can see the difference the p40 Pro has the largest

sensor and it shows by letting in the most light it usually creates the brighter picture overall especially in just regular mode or single snap but I do want to

see better noise control overall on the Huawei shots the other two are much cleaner especially in the sky and I’m sure a lot of this can be fixed with

future software updates this would probably be my biggest complaint about the p40 pros processing this and the bias towards cool on white balance on the nonnight mode pictures

when you do night mode it does warm it up quite a bit you can see this trend basically in every scenario it gives the image a washed-out look but

if you do edit the picture you can lose a lot of that but this is a pure Autotest in terms of detail the s20 ultra NDP 40 Pro

captured the most detail in night mode but I know people always get upset about the statement but I still think that the iPhone creates the most natural night mode

shots it brightens the image add sharpness and pumps up the saturation but I still feel like it has the best balance if anything the ultra oversaturates the most

and in some scenarios, it just comes out way too warm and way too saturated for my liking the other two cameras have an advantage