Posted on Feb 9, 2018

A Google Pixel 2 video recorded in 4k straight from the camera using the DJI Osmo Mobile as a stabilizer.

I want to point out that the video hasn’t been graded, the footage is just recorded from the camera using the Google Camera App.

I’m very impressed with the video quality of the Google Pixel 2. You can notice sometimes a bit of compression issue that comes more from the YouTube compression than from the original video.

The dynamic range, especially in this difficult light situation I was, on the snow with a bright full sun, is a challenge for a lot of cameras. The Google Pixel 2 is able to retain details, contrast and pleasing colors.

My only concern is about the not so fluid action on some pan/scroll sequences: as you can notice there’s like a bit of “jumps” in the movements, I’ve to understand if the fault is coming from the file recorded or from the Dji Osmo mobile that I haven’t use through the official application but from the Google Camera.

   I suggest you to give a look at the other related article about the Google Pixel 2 camera:

Extra photos shot with the Fujifilm X-Pro 2

I want to add to this article some photos I’ve shot on the Braies lake with the Fujifilm X-Pro2.

Alps Braies Lake Fujifilm
Alps Braies Lake Fujifilm
Alps Braies Lake Fujifilm
Alps Braies Lake Fujifilm
Alps Braies Lake Fujifilm

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