The LG G4 Family: The Mobile Photographer’s Choice

Photography can be an expensive hobby. First up, you need the camera – it may not necessarily be big and bulky, but it’s going to have to come out of your budget. Next, is all the extra gear – lenses, a tripod, additional flashes, and don’t forget the big bag to lug everything around in.

It’s no wonder that people are turning to their smartphones to capture life on the go. After all, isn’t the best camera is the one that’s the most convenient?

No matter if you’re a budding amateur or creative hunting for something beautiful to capture, being able to pull a phone out of your pocket to take a quick pic makes all the difference.

Even more so if you have the LG G4 on-hand. There’s a reason this super smartphone is coming out on top when talking mobile photography.

As a whole, LG’s flagship has some impressive specs – it’s a beautifully-designed mobile device with a powerful processor, good battery life and top-of-the-line features.

But it’s also great for mobile photography thanks to its rich camera features – from built-in optical image stabilisation and RAW capture capabilities, to a fast f/1.8 aperture lens, the LG G4 really stands out from the crowd.

What’s more is that it comes with the ability to insert large capacity Micro SD cards, which means you don’t have to worry potential storage issues, particularly when capturing RAW images.

The LG G4 sports a 16 megapixel camera that produces images with 5312 x 2988 resolution, but one of the biggest pluses of the G4 is that you can use the camera in manual mode, which gives you access to control everything from white balance to exposure lock and compensation as well as focus.

Simply put, you get similar controls as a dedicated DSLR camera.

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Gesture Interval Shot


Love the LG G4 and its camera but not the steeper price point?

New to the LG G4 family is the G4 Beat, a mid-range smartphone that totes similar photography features to the original p phone.

The price tag may be lower, but the Beat’s on-board 8MP camera has some impressive specs: with a dedicated manual mode that makes the Beat feel more like a professional DSLR than a smartphone camera, you can control everything from ISO to shutter speed, just like the G4.

And the 5MP front camera makes use of a clever feature called “Gesture Interval Shot” – by simply opening and closing your hand twice, you’ll get four great selfies taken in quick succession.

All you need to do is pick the perfect one.

Find out more about the LG G4 family of phones here.


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