We take the Optimus G Pro's shooter out for a test-drive in Barcelona, Spain, to see what this 13-megapixel camera is all about.
BARCELONA, Spain--Despite dim lighting at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, you can still make out details in the brick ceiling and walls.
In this indoor (and rather depressing) photo of the Fira Gran Via's press room at MWC 2013, you can see a notable amount of digital noise in the whites, and dark hues are hard to distinguish.
This photo was taken outside on a cloudy day. While the shrubbery and leaves are in focus and sharp, the overall tone of the picture is "colder" than it was in real life.
The flowers in this close-up photo are bright and vibrant, but aren't as sharp or in focus as they could be.
Though the Ford car here looks red in this photo, the automobile was actually a more deep orange in real life.
Many intricate details are retained in this outdoor photo, including the tile work in the sculpture as well as the tree leaves behind it.
Taken with manual macro-focus turned on, this up-close photo of a bench in Park Güell. Again, we see a "coldness" with the auto white balance.
In this shady outdoor photo, you can still make out tall buildings in the distance, though the white tile work to the left bleed together.
GoPro, Pixpro, or Ricoh?
You can spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on a 360-degree camera. We tested three of them to find out what kind of quality and ease of use you can expect at each price point.