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LG ANDROID CAMERA FAQ

Operation Cell Phones, Mobile Accessories, Smart Watches, Tablets Last Updated 09/19/2017
LG ANDROID CAMERA FAQ

Find answers to frequently asked questions about the new LG ANDROID camera.

Note: Some Settings, Menus, or Icons may differ from that of your device depending on your software version and wireless service provider.

  • Exposure is the amount of light captured to create a photo and it is made up of 3 properties:

    • Shutter Speed
    • ISO
    • Aperture f/1.8

    Example: How you achieve correct lighting through adjusting Shutter Speed:



  • Adjust settings to freeze fast action shots or longer Shutter Speed to capture movement.

    Example: How you achieve the desired effects through adjusting Shutter Speed:

    Note: When you adjust Shutter Speed, it is necessary to adjust ISO as well for a good exposure. Typically, the faster the Shutter Speed the higher the ISO.

  • Control the sensitivity of your camera sensor for almost all lighting situations.

    Example: How you capture the correct lighting in every situation:

    Note: When you adjust ISO, it is necessary to adjust Shutter Speed as well for a good exposure. Typically, the higher the ISO the faster the Shutter Speed.

  • The Aperture is an opening between the lens and shutter that assists in regulating the amount of light that passes to the sensor. The smaller the f/number, the larger the Aperture opening.

    Note: The f/1.8 lens on the LG ANDROID is 11.4% brighter than a f/1.9 and 49.4% brighter than an f/2.2.

    Example: How you capture photos using the advantages of a large f/1.8 Aperture:



  • Adjust to compensate for color tone preferences in different lighting conditions. Measured in degrees on a Kelvin scale.

    Example: How you capture photos using the advantages of a large Aperture:



  • RAW images are uncompressed files that give you the freedom to edit to your needs.

    • Capture images in JPEG   or JPEG+RAW
    • RAW images allow for professional enhancement with photo editing software.

    Note: It is recommended that you use a microSD card class 10 or higher for saving RAW files.

  • Histogram

    • Measures the tone range of an image.


    EV Meter

    • Easily adjust for various lighting conditions, instead of using Shutter Speed and ISO.



    Level Gauge

    • Squared and leveled shots every time.

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