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LG G4 camera features detailed in latest teaser video

Ahead of the phone’s imminent unveiling, LG has detailed a number of new features heading to LG G4’s camera.

With the help of professional landscape photographer Colby Brown, LG has bigged up the imaging capabilities of its upcoming smartphone, riffing on the device’s low light photography credentials, precise colour expression and enhanced manual mode.

Offering intimate new details on the phone’s camera, this is just the latest pre-release tease to surround the G4’s camera.

In recent weeks, the Korean manufacturer has confirmed the handset will boast an f/1.8 wide aperture 16-megapixel primary camera.

A secondary 8-megapixel selfie shooter has been revealed to sit up front.

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According to the latest teaser video, the phone’s manual camera modes will allow users to dictate their own shutter speed, ISO setting and white balance.

Shutter speed can be set up to 30 seconds in length for improved night shots and when capturing images of flowing water.

The LG G4 is set to be formally unveiled next Tuesday, April 28.

You can check out the full ins-and-outs of the G4’s camera in the latest teaser video below.

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