This is normal here and in this video well be doing a detailed camera review of the latest uh samsung device under the m series. The new samsung galaxy m53 5g, so samsung galaxy m535g comes with a 108 megapixel quad camera setup. You also get a 32 megapixel selfie camera, so lets uh see how good the camera experience is for this price segment. It is being offered so the device retails around the 25 to 30k price segment, so lets find out how good the camera is for this price segment so before getting started. If this is your first time on, this channel do hit that red subscribe button and also hit the bell icon to get notified of all the videos we publish so lets. First, have a look at the hardware, so the samsung galaxy m535g comes with 108 megapixel primary sensor, which is a samsung sensor, and it comes with f 1.8 aperture. There is a secondary 8 megapixel ultra wide angle, camera a 32 megapixel macro sensor and a 4 2 megapixel depth sensor for selfies. We have a 32 megapixel, f, 2.2 aperture camera, so lets see how the camera performance is for this price segment. First, step lets have a look at the daylight shots in terms of daylight condition. The galaxy m535g delivers great images which are sharp and detailed. The colors are also daniel. There is no saturation issues, they are bright vivid and, at the same time, colors looks really good and natural.

The sharpness letters are also good, and this is evident when you pick selfie. The sky colors are also accurate, unlike the saturated colors on m52 and previous generation galaxy smartphones. Now, the dynamic range is also good. Overall, we, like the quality of the daylight, shot offered, and probably one of the good looking cameras in this price segment for daylight conditions. The phone also comes with an 8 megapixel ultra wide angle lens, and here also it produces similar results and colors are more or less consistent. Even when you switch the lens. The overall detailing and quality of the ultra wide shots looks decent though the sharpness lights could have been a tad better. They are usable and does a decent job overall. Now, moving on to the close up images, the galaxy m53 impresses with good details and colors, the sharpness levels are good too, and the colors are once again reproduced. Well, there is also a dedicated macro sensor, which is a 2 megapixel sensor, and it can produce some good macros and colors are once again good, but being a 2 megapixel macro sensor. The details are not very impressive, but usable images, especially for social sharing, Music. Now, moving on to the portraits here again, the m53 5g has decent looking portraits, the details are good and so are the skin tones. The sharpness is also quite good, and the edge detection also seemed to be working pretty well overall. Next up the low light captures in indo lighting and artificial lights, it does a decent job with details and noise is kept to minimal when you switch on the night mode.

You get better results in terms of the image quality, but the noise is also pretty evident when you fire the night mode in extreme low light condition. It has considerable amount of noise. We feel the low light. Experience could be definitely better on this device. Considering the price advantages being offered next step, the selfie camera here also, you get good selfies with a 32 megapixel shooter the skin tones are good, but sharpness lens could have been tad better. Some images turned out to be a bit too soft and lacking sharpness. There is also good dynamic range offered, though you also get wide angle or group selfie feature on this device. The phone also comes with portrait mode for selfies, and the edgy detection seems good overall. Moreover, selfies are a personal choice, so you can judge based on the images shown overall, we like the selfie quality of the camera, and it also offers night mode for selfies. Now. Moving on to the video recording, the phone can shoot videos in 4k at 30 fps – and here you dont, get stabilization, but the footage is quite good and details are quite ok. The sharpness levels and colors are also impressive for this segment. Music. The 1080p 60fps footage looks good with good details and sharpness levels, but once again it misses on the electronic image stabilization. The phone also comes with 1080p at 30fps. Once again, the quality is good, and here you get eis for the video recording.

There is also ultra stable mode being offered on this device Music. The ultra wide angle, camera can also take videos in 1080p resolution and the video looks pretty average with low sharpness levels and looks a bit too soft in nature. Theres also slow motion being offered along with super slow motion and it looks decent. So this is the front facing camera sample taken using the samsung galaxy m53 5g in 4k resolution. So you can judge yourself how good the clarity of the video is. So this is the front facing camera sample taken using the samsung galaxy m53 5g in 1080p at fps. So we can see how good the quality of the video is. So this is the front facing camera sample taken using the samsung galaxy m53, 5g and 1080p resolution. So you can judge yourself how good the clarity of the videos and also the audio output, so that is the camera review of the samsung galaxy. M53. 5G. So, looking at the images, we have a good camera setup in the galaxy m53 5g in terms of daylight. Close up images portraits and also decent selfies, there is still room for improvement in the low light experience which we feel it is a bit noisy for this price segment. So what do you guys think about the camera on the samsung galaxy? M53. 5G. Do let us know your comments and your opinion about this camera? In the comment section, this is nimble signing off with a camera review of the samsung galaxy.

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