LG V10

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While fast, the LG V10’s aut­o­fo­cus tends to hunt even af­ter ac­quir­ing fo­cus. While the V10 lets you tap to fo­cus in both the ‘Sim­ple’ and ‘Auto’ modes, it omits the cru­cial abil­ity to ad­just bright­ness set­tings. You’ll have to be in ‘Man­ual’ mode to do that.

Both the LG V10 and the Sam­sung Galaxy Note5 open up ad­vanced cam­era con­trols to the user. How­ever, the V10’s Man­ual mode is fully man­ual, which is more dif­fi­cult to use. You can’t set Auto ISO in Man­ual, so when you change shut­ter speed, you’ll also need to shift ISO to com­pen­sate, and vice versa.

That’s too bad, be­cause oth­er­wise the V10’s man­ual UI is ac­tu­ally bet­ter than the Note5’s in all ways. The V10 also has the most ad­vanced man­ual video mode among all the five smart­phones.

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