The main camera of Moto G4 Plus is one of the features that distinguish it from the classic Moto G4. It is 16MP and has laser autofocus. Indeed, the camera is quite quick to focus and even the photos of moving subjects are rarely blurry. Additionally, the camera has a dual LED flash and a max aperture value of f/2.o.
As far as modes and settings are concerned, the camera of Moto G4 Plus does not have too many of them but you will still find HDR, Panorama, some standard settings, as well as a Pro mode that allows you to adjust white balance, ISO, and other options, which will appeal to amateur photographers. Last but not least, you can record Full HD video at 30fps, as well as slow-mo video at 120 fps.
If you are not impressed by these specs, you can have a look at the quality of the test shots we took last weekend.
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