Samsung Galaxy S6 Camera Shots & Video are Absolutely Stunning

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  1. dgstorm

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    Some of the first shots using the new Samsung Galaxy S6 camera have been shared online, and they are truly amazing to behold. The image quality is stunning to say the least. With vibrant, yet realistic color, and silky smooth texturing, you would be forgiven for thinking these shots came from a professional camera.

    We included one above, but there are several more (full resolution images) in the thread below. The source of these images also shared a 1080p video sample taken with the Galaxy S6 camera. They even included several images taken using the 5MP front-facing camera. We included the video and these "selfies" as well.

    Here's our dedicated Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge section for more info: Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge General Discussions Android Forum at DroidForums.net

    Source: GSMArena
     
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    Here are the images taken using the rear camera on the Samsung Galaxy S6:

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    Here is the video from the rear camera of the Samsung Galaxy S6, followed by the front-facing camera images:


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    Dan London Eye pic looks awesome.. and especially the emerald green edge gs6
     
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    Holy crap you are right! That's crazy to get that much detail in an image on a smartphone camera!
     
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    Look at every phone in the past and how their cameras were touted as so amazing, and then look at the real world photos taken with those phones. They NEVER line up in quality. Lighting is key to all those photos.
     
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    That night shot is amazing. But I'm curious as to if any of the pictures were touched up professionally prior to being posted.

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    There is a ton of light in the night shot, not much actual dark except the sky which is very grainy. The images were very planned and nothing was left to chance for the quality.
     
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    While the photos were not touched up with any photo editing, you guys are correct that they were taken with the idea of getting the lighting just right. Still, I don't think that's a bad thing, as it shows what the phone is capable of in the hands of someone who knows lighting. Regardless of the setup, the sensor in the Galaxy S6 is obviously very good.
     
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    These are some good photos.
     
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