HTC 10 Camera Review!!!

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The HTC 10 has two cameras with OIS, a front 5MP with OIS F1.8 stop and a rear Camera 12MP Ultrapixel with OIS. Lets see how well it fairs

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19 Comments on HTC 10 Camera Review!!!

  1. It's strange that they haven't included a Dis/Ois hybrid solution on the front. The m9 had Dis on the front camera and it works really well. This would basically make this the most steady front facing camera out there. No exposure compensation on the front also seems like an odd omission IMO.

  2. Thanks for the review! My last three phones were HTC (Desire HD, One X and One M8) and I loved them. Only issue was the cameras and I was hoping HTC would improve it or I'd switch to Samsung for my next phone. If the camera is as good as the reviews so far are saying, I'll stick with HTC.

  3. I've been waiting for HTC to bring their A-game back since the M7, the later phones gave been disappointing…. I'm getting good vibes from HTC 10

  4. Is it possible to record video at a higher bitrate? That's the main thing that's really causing blocky artifacts, especially in large areas of small changes in gradient like the sky. Is this possibly an added result of YouTube compression? Thanks!

  5. **Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong.**

    It is sad that this video has so many likes, when this guy is not savvy about cameras in any way/shape/form.
    The incorporation of the OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) does not mean that your photos will "be better" (vague description of yours) and do better in low-light. Better quality photos come from a good blend of megapixels and (more importantly) the sensor of the camera itself. HTC's trademark: the "Ultrapixel" camera is HTC's core claim for doing well to capture light.
    OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), as it's name suggets, reduces blur in still photos and shaky video footage.

    Like my comment if you believe in preventing misinformation.

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