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Pixel vs Moto Z Camera Comparison (Pixel XL vs Moto Z)

Pixel vs Moto Z Camera Comparison (Pixel XL vs Moto Z) Moto Z Best Buy Link: Check other videos in the Playlist: Pixel/xl Best Buy Link: Check other videos in the Playlist: #3# Ignore You can support the channel just by buying stuff from or Snapdeal or Flipkart by using the links given below, and also try to bookmark the links for future purchases, we really appreciate you doing this :D Flipkart Snapdeal My Video Gear: My Gadgets: Best Phones to Buy in India (All Price Ranges 7000, 10000, 15000, 20000, 30000) Best Phones under Rs 7000 Website Link: Video Link: Best Phones under Rs 10000 (and above 7000) Website Link: Video Link: Best Phones under Rs 15000 (and above 10000) Website Link: Video Link: Best Phones under Rs 20000 (and above 15000) Website Link: Video Link: Best Phones under Rs 30000 (and above 20000) Website Link: Video Link: Best Phones above Rs 25000 Website Link: Oneplus 3: Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge: Nexus 6P: IPhones: , Moto Z 13mp camera on the rear with OIS, laser assist focus And a 5 mp camera on the front with a Flash Pixel Rear Camera • 12.3 MP• Large 1.55μm pixels• Phase detection autofocus,laser detection autofocus• f/2.0 aperture Front camera • 8MP• 1.4µm pixels• f/2.4 aperture• Fixed focus In daylight and well-lit conditions, You can't really tell the difference b/w the cameras until you compare them side by side as difference is very low Both the cameras saturate the images but pixel is a little more saturated. Pixel is to the cooler side and z is a little to the warmer side.and has better dynamic range both the phones produce crispy and sharp images. Focusing speeds are equally fast but pixel had problem with macro shots. Besides that minor issue Pixel was really fast at capturing the picture, not that moto z was slow, but pixel felt very quick. In low light condition Pixel is better than moto z in every possible way. It had better white balance, better dynamic range, better color rep, better sharpness. Even without ois pixels images were sharp and quick. Both the cameras have equally wide lenses and the images on both the phones were pretty sharp and neat, but pixel was better than moto z in many things like the color rep, white balance, dynamic range, shutter speed. moto z has an advantage of front facing flash but I never used it and never want to. While recording video using rear camera , Video stabilization was almost the same on both the devices, But in moto z colors are faded and the video is over sharp, while pixels footage is perfectly awesome. The colors, dynamic range and the sharpness is very good. While recording video using front facing cameras , There is no stabilization in both the cameras. Both the cameras are equally good but the dynamic range in pixel is better than moto z. pixels video got warmer in few situations which could be fixed with an update, other than this bug, pixel is the best among the two phones ### If you liked this video, make sure you subscribe to my YouTube channel right here: ### Contact Info: Website: Catch us on Facebook Catch us on Google Plus Catch us on Twitter Feel free to contact me if you have any questions ### Outro video made by officialmotions All content used Except Background music is copyright to Greedytech, Use or commercial display or editing of the content without proper authorization is not allowed. You can Contact me at Music Killercats - Tell Me (feat. Alex Skrindo) [NCS Release] • • •

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New Motorola Moto Z - New Camera 1080P/60FPS

New Motorola Moto Z - New Camera 1080P/60FPS Producing a smartphone this thin naturally meant Motorola had to chip away at the battery to make it fit the 5.2mm chassis. Thus, the unit that powers the Moto Z is a 2600 mAh one which is supposed to be good for "a day" of use. Realistically, we don't expect this battery to satisfy the phone's cream of the crop display and processor's energy cravings for too long. But Moto knew what it was doing and included a TurboPower™ charger that nearly tops up the battery in only 15 minutes of charging to offset the inevitable battery life woes. Other notable parts in the Moto Z's heavyweight spec sheet include a fingerprint scanner on the front panel, an USB Type C port, and four microphones for superior sound reproduction and noise cancellation. That's a lot of hardware packed in this thin shell, but battery capacity isn't the only victim in Moto's quest for finesse. The 3.5mm audio jack had to go, too. To take the edge off from the realisation that your new phone has rendered your favorite pair of buds useless, Motorola sensibly included an USB Type C to 3.5mm jack adapter in the box. Plug in and enjoy the music! With this camera setup, the Moto Z is capable of recording 1080p/60FPS and 4K/30FPS resolution videos, as well as slow motion videos and Video HDR Expectations Motorola Moto Z - specs reviewIt's often the cameras that separate the men from the boys among smartphones. Thus, Motorola came up with a seriously busy camera setup that promises cutting-edge mobile photography. Its centerpiece is the 13MP rear camera whose bag of goodies includes a wide f/1.8 aperture, optical image stabilization, laser autofocus, and a color-correlated temperature flash with dual LEDs. Flipping to the front side, the 5 MP selfie cam comes with a wide-angle lens, f/2.2 aperture, and a dedicated flash – one of the very few selfie cameras to have on



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