Moto G5 Plus vs Asus Zenfone 3S Max Camera Comparison

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"Music" Hey Guys its Sagar from Tecworkz This time Asus went a bit overboard with the number of Zenfone 3 varients

They sent me a review unit of the Zenfone 3S Max, So In this video I will compare its camera with that of the Moto G5 Plus This video is sponsored by MobileTrans from Wondershare Mobile Trans is an amazing software, that can be used to transfer data from one smartphone to another You can even move your data from an iPhone to any android device or the other way around It is available for windows and mac operating systems, and you can also Restore your data from local backup or cloud services like iCloud, OneDrive, Blackberry and so on

You can also erase your data from any smartphone, safely and securely It’s a great off to backup, restore and manage your device Let us start by getting the camera specs out of the way Moto G5 Plus comes with a 12 Megapixel rear camera, F/17 aperture, relies on dual autofocus pixels for focusing, and has dual tone flash

Zenfone 3S Max comes with a 13 megapixel rear camera, F/20 aperture, autofocus and dual tone flash There is a 5 megapixel camera with F/22 Aperture in the front of Moto G5 Plus, and a 8 megapixel camera with F/22 aperture in the front of the Zenfone 3S Max

Camera on the G5 Plus sticks out of the back, while the one on the 3S max, sits flushed with the body of the phone Interface of the camera app is pretty simple on the Moto G5 Plus, whereas the One on the 3S Max is pretty complex, with a lot of modes to choose from, which can be a bit confusing at times Both these phones have manual modes, that allow you to take full control over your image settings Now before we get to the image and video samples from these devices, Make sure hit the subscribe button, so you don't miss out on any of the amazing videos coming up on this channel Images from the Moto G5 Plus look better and richer when compared to those from the 3S Max

Colours from the 3S max in some shots are all over the place, specially in the HDR mode Moto takes detailed and sharp images, but those from the zenfone lack details and are very muddy around the edges Thanks to the wide f/17 aperture, close up shots turn out better from the G5 Plus In most of the images from the Zenfone 3S Max, There is much more noise and lack of detail even in broad daylight

This is the trend throughout the images from the 3S Max This is a classic case, where you get to see that higher megapixel count doesn't always mean better images Situation for the Zenfone turns even worse as we get to lower lighting situations While the, G5 Plus ends up capturing good images even in lower lighting conditions Images from the front facing camera of the Zenfone are not as bad, as that of the rear facing one

There is no optical image stabilisation on either of these devices but the electronic stabilisation on the G5 Plus works well, but the video from the Zenfone is horrible If you are looking to get a smartphone with a good camera in under 17,000 Rs go for the Moto G5 Plus It is also a lot better overall smartphone, when compared to the Asus Zenfone 3S Max I wont suggest anyone to go for the zenfone 3S max, specially if camera is the main deciding factor for you That is it for this video guys

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