SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE5
The Samsung Galaxy Note5 has the userfriendliest UI for both basic and advanced shooting. In ‘Auto’ mode, I like how the Samsung Galaxy Note5 lets you easily change exposure levels, with an exposure slider that appears to the side of the screen when you tap to focus.
While both the LG V10 and the Note5’s camera apps come with advanced controls, the Note5 does it better in one critical way. In ‘Manual’ mode, you can enable Auto ISO, which lets you fully focus on adjusting shutter speed. If not for this one critical missing option, the LG V10 actually has a better UI for shooting stills and videos manually. What the Note5 lacks is a way to quickly reset all manual settings, and a fast way to save in RAW (you have to go into the camera app’s settings to enable it).