Samsung Galaxy S9 Destroys Google Pixel 2 in low light video

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I just had to show you guys just how good the galaxy S9 is in low light compared to the Pixel 2. Its incredible the difference. Samsung really nailed it here.

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  1. THIS MORON IS USING STILL VIDEOS……WHO MAKES STILL VIDEOS!? MOVE WITH CAMERA, AND THAT'S WHEN U SEE HOW MESSY THIS SHIT S9+ IS

  2. THIS GUY USING STILL IMAGES TO DECEIVE AND LIE TO YOU AND HIDE HOW BAD SAMSUNG IS BAD IN LOW LIGHTING AND ESPECIALLY WHEN IT IS MOVING! HE IS DELUSIONAL! TRY TO MOVE WITH CAMERA AND RECORD IT, IT WILL BE BLINKING, SATURATING, PIXELATING AND PROCESSING LIKE ALL CHEAP ANDROID PHONES DO, BECAUSE ANDROID CANT DO ANY BETTER! THE ONLY GOOD VIDEO OUT OF IT IS USING SLOW MOVEMENTS WITH GOOD LIGHTING PREFERABLY GIMBAL AND ESPECIALLY POST EDITING SOFTWARE LIKE PREMIERE OR FINAL CUT THAT THIS GUY IS USING! I HAVE S9+ AND IT'S CRAP EVEN COMPARING IT WITH MY IPHONE 6 PLUS! THAT IS MORE REALISTIC EVEN WITH IT'S GRAINY 1.2 MEGAPIXEL FRONT CAMERA! BUT STILL LOOKS BETTER! DELUSIONAL PEOPLE LIKE THIS GUY MADE ME BUY SAMSUNG BUT GIVING IT BACK AND YES I TRIED MANY 3RD APPS, GCAM PORTS APKS, ETC ETC ETC…..ANDROID IS JUST CRAP IN COMPARISON TO APPLE!

  3. No differences whatsoever, instead of s9, which agressively manage noise, making picture visibly more clean, but masking fine detail so much+S9 picture is not brighter or has more dynamic range, if the noise reduction will be off, it should be no differences at all.

  4. When you zoom you see it.. Which I never really do. Other than that it's hardly noticeable. Lol.
    I've been back and forth between pixels and galaxies. I just can't stand the softening from Samsungs unfortunately.

  5. This just shows how the stock google camera app doesn't have proper ISO control (and noise suppression) in low light. That's why I always use a 3rd party camera app for filming in low light. On the first test using the same app the pixel was pretty much identical to the S9.