A good camera is important in a smartphone because it allows you to take high-quality photos and videos on the go. A phone with a good camera can capture detailed, vibrant, and well-exposed photos, as well as smooth and stable videos. Having a good camera can also be useful in a variety of situations, such as capturing memories while traveling, documenting important events, or sharing photos and videos with friends and family.

Additionally, a good camera can be important for professional or creative use. For example, a phone with a good camera can be used for photography or videography, or for creating content for social media or other platforms. In general, a good camera is an important feature to consider when purchasing a smartphone, especially if you plan on using it for taking photos and videos on a regular basis.

There are several smartphones with excellent cameras on the market. Some of the best options currently available include:

1.) Oppo Find X5 Pro

The Oppo Find X5 Pro is overall a good choice for mobile video shooters. Video footage is well exposed and offers nice colors in most conditions. In bright light and indoors, detail is good, and video noise pretty limited. An effective video stabilization system helps minimize camera shake and makes for smooth handheld footage. On the downside, video recordings can sometimes be underexposed in difficult backlit high-contrast scenes.

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2.) Google Pixel 6A

The Google Pixel 6a is capable of recording 4k video at up to 60fps from the main camera, and up to 4k @ 30fps with the ultrawide camera. Resulting video looks great with minimal noise and even exposures. The picture here is consistent with still images and keep the same contrast look.

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3.) iPhone 14

The iPhone 14 has a pair of cameras on the back. Neither seems to actually be new. In this case, the main 12MP camera appears to be lifted from the iPhone 13 Pro. That means that compared to the iPhone 13, it has a brighter f/1.5 aperture and larger 1.9µm pixels. So, an overall brighter sensor that’s likely on par with the iPhone 13 Pro’s.

4.) Oneplus 10 Pro

The rear camera combines a 48MP primary camera with a 50MP ultra-wide and an 8MP tele module. Video can be recorded at 8K resolution and 24 frames per second, or in 4K at up to 120fps. Like on recent Oppo devices, the Swedish camera maker Hasselblad was involved in the camera development, contributing its “Master Style” color profiles.

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5.) Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4

The Galaxy Z Fold 4 borrows the same camera system as the Galaxy S22 Plus to deliver a flagship-grade experience. The main camera is a 50MP sensor with an f/1.8 lens and optical stabilization. It’s not up to the level of the main sensor on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, but it should be a noticeable improvement over the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

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6.) Vivo X80 Pro

The Vivo X80 Pro is an exceptional phone, with a stunning display, excellent battery life, and one of the best cameras in any phone right now. The software is really the only reason to consider looking elsewhere – it’s far from the best Android skin around, though better in Europe than elsewhere. Hardware this good deserves better.

7.) Sony Xperia Pro 1

The Xperia PRO-I features a genuine 1.0-type sensor, enabling you to capture photos and videos with exceptional imaging quality. The large sensor is supported by Sony’s original image signal processor, giving the camera high-speed performance for unlimited creativity.

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8.) iPhone 14 Pro Max

The new 48MP wide (main) camera brings several benefits. The first and most obvious benefit is it allows Apple to apply pixel-binning to its photos, which essentially packs four pixels’ worth of light information into one. This results in better performance in low light, without resorting to night mode as much.

9.) Google Pixel 7 Pro

On paper, the ‌iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max and the Pixel 7 Pro have similar camera systems. The ‌iPhone‌ is equipped with a 12-megapixel Ultra Wide lens, a 12-megapixel Telephoto lens, and a 48-megapixel Wide lens, which Apple calls the “main” camera. The Pixel 7 Pro has a 12-megapixel ultra wide lens, a 48-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 50-megapixel wide-angle lens. The Pixel 7 Pro wins out in terms of raw megapixels, especially for the telephoto lens.

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10.) iPhone 14 Pro

The biggest change to the iPhone 14 Pro’s camera is the addition of a new 48-megapixel quad-pixel main sensor that Apple says enables better photos and new features like an additional 2x telephoto for a total of four zoom options. While the main camera is obviously the main star of the show, Apple says that all the cameras have received a boost in low-light performance thanks to a new Photonic Engine.