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First Photos And Videos Captured Using New Samsung Galaxy Note 7!

Earlier, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7, their next gen flagship that boast a lot of new things such on a Note such as the Iris scanner, IP68 rating, USB Type C, HDR video.
Main camera of Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Anyway, our focus on this article is its camera. Why? It uses the same camera technology found with the Galaxy S7 which is arguably one of the best found on a smartphone. We are talking about its 12 MP f/1.7 w/ Dual Pixel, OIS, and dual tone LED flash.

That type of camera shoots very sharp photos, one of the brightest images around due to its large aperture size, great color tones, and speedy focus speed. Apart from that it has full manual controls and can now capture HDR videos with richer color.

Rear Camera Samples

Daylight photos, sky and buildings
Daylight photos, sky and buildings
Daylight shot featuring Luigi of 2ndopinion and Alyssa Hardwarezone
Indoor painting, dim lighting
Food shot
Food shot
Night shot
Night shot

In front it has a 5 MP f/1.7 sensor for selfies, groufies, and video calls in most lighting conditions.

Selfie Camera Samples

Selfie outdoors
Selfie against the light
Selfie indoor with dim light
Selfie indoor with dim light
Selfie night
Selfie night

Video Samples

Note: All photos and videos were taken on auto mode. They're just cropped and no color adjustments or filters were applied.

As of the moment

It is as impressive as the camera of the Galaxy S7. We're happy with our first photos and sample videos. The photos were vibrant, warm, punchy, and sharp. There's also little saturation that makes shots Instagram ready and easy to love.

I liked that its main camera can capture UHD videos with 3840 x 2160 resolution smoothly. It isn't shaky and comes with great focus and color adjustment. In front, it is one of the most impressive cams for selfie videos as it can take up to 2K 2560 x 1440 resolution

So far, again, I'm impressed with the Note 7. Clearly, ranks among the best overall camera found on a smartphone.

What do you think guys?
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