Up close with the LG V10's dual front-facing cameras
Camera is a really big story on the LG V10 that I have here.
Both the B2 five megapixel front facing lenses and also with a 13 megapixel camera on the back.
You can access all of these tools on the side.
So that means you can get to manual controls that will give you more granularity over ISO and white balance.
Also manual focus.
And you can swipe to move around between the front facing camera and the rear camera.
There's also manual mode for video and one of the things that I think is really neat here is that you can see voice levels.
Turns out, this 24p movie mode was special request of Joseph Gordon Levitt.
There's also some neat stuff that you can do around audio, including directing.
Where the sound comes from and turning on a wind noise filter.
So as you can see, LG has done a lot of work in the camera department, both with the front facing camera, rear camera, and the video.
Another feature I really like is that anytime you take a photo you're prompted to share through one of your social networks.
For all the rest of the information on the high end specs that the LG V10 has, make sure you check them out at cnet.com.
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