Redmi K20 Pro GCam Vs Stock Camera Comparison

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Redmi K20 Pro with GGam Vs stock camera app camera comparison a lot of you were asking for this one so here it is! You can download GCam (Google Camera port) for Redmi K20 Pro here: The version I used was GCam-6.2.030_Arnova8G2_Urnyx05-v1.3.apk See my full Redmi K20 Pro review here:

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  1. Have you enabled eis in settings and also switched to 30fps on video mode viewfinder? It’s by default on auto fps and stabilization is not working. This is applicable to both front and rear cameras. And with mi9 port and config file you should be able to use all three rear cameras on gcam.

  2. Thank you so much, i was wondering about this, it has potential! If they fix all noone will stop the Mi 9T Pro!

  3. Stock seems to be retaining better details in shadows. overall I liked the stock images better. Except for night mode.

    1. I can see that. Gcam had greater contrast, showing shadows more, but conversely you loose detail in shadow. I think during daylight it could be a matter of taste somewhat.

  4. I think you should wait for the next update or use the global rom then test the phone again as other reviewers say that the camera is very good even in low light.

    1. @FUTURE Other sample photos from the device from other reviews in low light were much better than the samples in this video especially when you zoom in so, there maybe something wrong in his phone.

  5. I think the stock camera apps have come a long way since last 1 year, and the good sensors help too. Hence it doesn’t make much sense to use gcam in good daylight. Night sight however is another game altogether


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