Dual Camera Smartphones: Explained!

Everything to know about dual cameras on smartphones.

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19 Responses to Dual Camera Smartphones: Explained!

  1. Caleb Cicero says:

    I love my g5

  2. Jaylen Cummings says:

    Can u do a what's in my bag video please?

  3. Safi Ammar says:

    Can we expect a review on the Huawei P9?
    Because I heard it got pretty big scores on multi core benchmarks.

  4. Seb527 says:

    I knew your name was familiar you play for rumble in the mlu. Thats dope

  5. Zalán Németh says:

    Dont record audio in that room, way too echoey

  6. Miguel Martinez says:

    Still think, if any company sony, samsung, nokia, apple, htc etc etc makes a phone that can work on a calls jajaja it would be great, elevator don't work, parking lot on a building don't work jajaja freeways bad reception :/ jajaja

  7. Space Junk says:

    I think these dual camera photo enhancement is rubbish unless it's a 3D camera. . . pictures get noisy and seems like it's somehow made up to look beautiful but in reality it's not when you zoom in!! (not in your smartphone but in your PC or big TV). Like the Nexus 5x or 6p, it introduced 1.55 µm pixel camera and that's a genuine upgrade. When low light is that good you won't look for wide angled dual lenses. There's plenty of wide angle lenses for smartphone in the market as accessories. . Samsung S7 already did dual pixel but with 1.4 µm pixel sensor and that didn't even carry out the low light performance of nexus. So not interested in dual camera, dual pixel. Need to see very low light performing camera, perhaps 1.6 µm pixel camera or I don't know. . even more with wide angle lenses and with dual identical 3D camera. . then it's something to look forward to or else bye bye this year. . I'll wait and take my chances with nexus 5x or 6p.

  8. Ian Martin Adams says:

    I'm one of those people thinking about native 360 recording. FB wants everyone to do it

  9. iGotY0u says:

    Could you please do an huawei P9 review? I would appreciate that a lot. Thank you

  10. Hassan Khalid says:

    echo echo echo !

  11. jakapo says:

    You did not mention anything about augmented reality. It must not be coincidence that Apple has bought several small HANDHELD AR companies and now they are releasing a dual camera that enables much better tracking.

  12. Don Calo says:

    Dual cameras are weird

  13. Celtic Acid says:

    Lots of echo in the new studio, hope it's something you can fix

  14. Eric Rodrigues says:

    any news on that moto g4 ????
    price , specs

  15. Rishi Rawtani says:

    Get some soundproofing done Marques.

  16. Gary Thompson says:

    Expecting Apple to actually change the placement of almost anything on their phones will lead in loads of disappointment. Dual cameras means there needs to be a change in camera placement.

    I expect the next iPhone to be as lacking as usual, and I expect people to not see that, but instead have a change in mindset to say that their previous predictions were ridiculous. They'll forget all about how nothing really changed the way they wanted, and keep right up with the sheeple herd in line for the next iPhone.

    Apple wants there to be hype, but they don't want that hype to be true, because it wouldn't put them at a competitive advantage if other companies knew their plans.

  17. Csaba Csepke says:

    Your "reverb" because of the place is almost gone! Good job!

  18. deucedaprodeuca says:

    Why no mention of the LG V10? You seem to snub that phone and most of us think it's still the best phone out. BTW, I'd like to see all phones eliminate the headphone jack to make way for more tech. I know there's a phone with a screen on the front and back, but my dream phone would be the LG V11 with a 2×3" screen in the back and higher resolution dual front camera's so that they can be used for both selfies, and main camera. The back screen would also serve as a mouse pad so that you could Swype type from the back and make other on screen selections which would translate to the front, while making one handed use of large phones doable.

  19. deucedaprodeuca says:

    Concrete is always a bad idea for a recording studio. He must have gotten an excellent price on it. There's really no way to hide the record, even with lots of foam padding and egg cartons. I'd suggest building a room within that room made of the proper materials. That's a really nice space and big. There's so much that can be done with it. You don't have to utilize the entire thing for recording and showcasing. You should use partitions (10'-12'tall) that can be moved around and also shelve your tech stuff. Move them in and form a mock room then making a video. It would greatly reduce the reverb and record while allowing you to have a different scenery depending on your mood.