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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus vs Sony A7 III Professional Camera

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The Galaxy S10+ is Samsung’s brand-new flagship smartphone and comes with a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ AMOLED Display and a triple-lens setup in its main camera. Samsung combines the primary 12Mp camera and variable-aperture lens with a 16Mp ultra-wide-angle module and a 12Mp 2x telephoto module. #Samsung #Tiktok #GalaxyS10plus
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  1. It all depends on the viewing device and media. Uploaded on Instagram and viewed on a phone, most people will not notice the difference. Viewed on a high-end monitor, it will be obvious.

  2. for me smartphones´s bokeh is pretty bad, it looks like you blured the background on photoshop, it´s cool to have it on the smartphones, but it looks ugly in my opinion, very artificial.

  3. There are very few areas where smartphone camera can compete with DSLR and only within relatively small zoom range. Long exposure photography, sport photography, wild life photography etc never ever will be possible with phone camera. Even studio photography requires a lot of equipment to achieve the desired results. Otherwise, yes phone cameras produce nice point and shoot pictures. Looking forward to seeing a phone capable of 10 FPS Shooting in Raw format with large buffer for 100 images , of course with continues focus 🙂

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