LONDON: The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition, both come equipped with a decent 8MP snapper and a plethora of features. Let us assess the camera specs and features of both the aforementioned devices to help users choose a better performing tablet, in the camera department.
Camera Specs and Features Comparison
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Evaluating the Note Pro 12.2-inch device for its camera specs, users would gain access to a decent 8MP rear camera. The primary camera encompasses LED flash feature for illuminating the desired area, up to five feet away, for low lighting photography. In addition, the 8MP snapper of the Note Pro 12.2 device offers a myriad of shooting and scene modes. The various shooting modes are HDR, Panorama, Night, Sports et al. The tablet offers a good 2MP camera in the front, equipped with 720p of video recording ability. The user-facing camera offers a great selfies experience.
The 8MP snapper offers the user with 1080p resolution video capturing ability at 30 frames per second. In addition, flexible recording under low lighting condition is an asset for the user.
The 8MP snapper produces decent and detailed images. For superior contrast images, Auto Mode is recommended, which caters the user with great imaging experience, contrary to the actual view.
The camera offers intensive colours, with slightly underexposed frame. However, HDR mode is recommended to capture contrasting scenes. Indoor shooting or low-light shooting offers good, if not great results. Images clicked under low-light offer accurate colours with slight blurring. Extreme low-light photography offers enhanced noise in the pictures.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition
The Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition offers similar 8MP camera as the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2-inch device. In addition, the camera user interface is also similar to that of premium offerings from Samsung. It offers the user with a range of capturing modes and manual controls for a great photography experience.
Under adequate lighting conditions, the camera functions excellently. The images produced are sufficiently coloured and detailed. Regardless, low-light photography offers soft images.
The camera offers detailed colours and decent exposure, similar to that of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.
The camera offers a similar experience as that of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 snapper. The 1080p resolution offers decent video recording experience. Both the handsets are at par, when it comes to camera features. The digital video stabilization feature keeps shots ready.