CNET takes the Optimus G Pro's 13-megapixel camera out for a test run in San Francisco to snap some photos.
Now that we got our hands on AT&T's official LG Optimus G Pro, we take its camera out to see how its 13-megapixel camera fares. In this shot, the purple petals are vibrant and in focus.
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Though the lighting is a bit dimmer in this photo, Andy the Android's white hue is true to life.
This up-close photo of a fern leaf is crisp, though the color is a bit muted.
Although the red Gundams are sharp, the blue and white Gundam in the forefront is out of focus.
The lettering in this art installment is well defined and the blurred background is pleasantly appealing.
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In this shadowy photo, you can see how dark hues at the bottom are difficult to distinguish, but there's plenty of detail in the silver structure.
In this outdoor photo, leaves are crisp and in focus, and the chairs are sharp.
Here, colors are duller than they are in real life, and you can see some digital noise in the wood paneling.
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