Pixel 2 vs. Note 8 vs. LG V30 4K Low-Light Camera Comparison!

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In this camera comparison, we compare the Google Pixel 2 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs. LG V30 in a low-light and see which one performs best in 4K video recordings including stability tests.

What do you think? Which was your favorite 4K camera in low-light and why? Leave your thoughts below, thanks!

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  1. Any film students here? The sound quality is almost as important as the video quality.
    The v30s sound is far superior… For taking video I would definitely choose the v30. Based on image and sound. 2nd best is note 8

  2. What are those dots on the video while you were walking which look like they were coming from laser pointers? I have seen them in other low light videos as well.

  3. I am VERY unhappy with video recording quality of LG V30! 🙁 I was hoping it will be better than S7 Edge but it's way, way behind. Picture if grainy and looks poor when comparing to older Galaxy line-up.

    Let me know what do you think about that footage:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/d9dr58w28u8pans/20180118_135140.mp4-00.00.07.947-00.00.29.559..mp4?dl=0 (too bright at auto exposure)
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/qmji9s9rxc4x47u/20180118_135140.mp4-00.03.34.769-00.04.00.019..mp4?dl=0 (white balance is far from being perfect , grainy)
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/mao9crqkpu6jn1w/20180118_150021.mp4-00.01.41.045-00.02.16.609..mp4?dl=0 (cine video, ain't bad)
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/mao9crqkpu6jn1w/20180118_150021.mp4-00.01.41.045-00.02.16.609..mp4?dl=0 (low light performance… terrible… Nokia 3310 was better performer on front-facing camera xD)

    Any thoughts, advices?
    Anyone want to buy my V30+ ?

  4. Note 8 obviously the best here looks great sharp I am amazed actually , V30 looks too dark I am pretty sure it was not that dark there don't like it and pixel 2 does not look very detailed at times and sometimes overexposure

  5. Overall I liked the Note 8 the most followed closely by the V30. The Pixel was just too artificially bright and kind of washed out to me. Oh and the sound is SO MUCH better on the V30.

  6. To be honest you didn't test any of these phones to their full potential. I think you'd find with all these cameras in Manual mode than the V30 is the best because of its F1.6 aperture. The automatic mode screwed all of these shots up. This video was about a Low light comparison… not in automatic. You might have well tested a potato.

  7. You people need to understand that when I'm using my phone to take video at night, I'm not shooting a movie or cinematic. I'm shooting something that most likely I would not want to be dark at all like a Snapchat or a lit Worldstar fight. Pixel 2 definitely made a good choice with their camera

  8. EIS is the pixels downfall when it comes to video quality. You can tell here it loses the most detail because it crops the sensor. I have the pixel 2 but I use a 3rd party app and turn EIS off but leave OIS on. I think it provides the best results if you want a quality image that doesn't look like a pixelated piece of crap. The Galaxy Note 8 actually shocked me with how good it looked. In the right hands though any of these phones could produce an amazing video even at night.