Hello everyone Pixel and OnePlus fans, welcome back to the Pixel 4 Manual website. Today I am doing a Pixel 4 Vs OnePlus 8 Pro Camera Comparison, which was just unveiled this week and comparing that to the Pixel 4, which I’m using right now. Now as I do in all of these camera comparisons everything those devices. Let’s jump into some side-by-side spec comparisons and see how these two devices stack up on paper. We’re gonna start things off with the OnePlus 8 Pro as you see on the back of the phone here, you get four cameras two of which have 48-megapixel sensors for the main camera, and the ultra-wide camera an 8-megapixel camera with a 3x hybrid zoom, and then finally a 5-megapixel color filter camera and then upfront you get a 16-megapixel front-facing camera, that can record 1080p video at 30 frames per second, while the rear cameras can max out 4k video at 60fps and switching over to the Google Pixel 4, you get a dual-camera setup on the back of this phone with a 12-megapixel main sensor, 16 megapixels, 2x telephoto and then upfront you get an 8-megapixel front-facing camera that one, there can record video 1080p at 30 frames per second, but the rear cameras can go up to 4k, but they’re limited to 30 fps and now that we have the specifications of these 2 flagship smartphones.
Now let’s jump into some side-by-side photo and video comparisons with the Google Pixel 4 and the OnePlus 8 Pro to see how they handle a variety of different lighting conditions and everyday scenarios. I think that’s my piece what your finger and stuck it on top that’s huge, that’s for me thanks, it’s been an extremely cloudy day today, but right as sunset set on clouds cleared up just a little bit, so we can get some extra color and for some videos and some shots here going from the standard lens to the zoom lenses on both devices, again to Exim on the Pixel 4 with an actual zoom lens versus the 3x hybrid zoom on the 8-megapixel sensor, again most of this recording 4k 30 frames per second, right now but the OnePlus 8 Pro can go all the way up to 60fps. Now for the front-facing cameras on both of these devices, they don’t have optical image stabilization, but they do use electronic image stabilization to keep the images steady as possible. I don’t know if you can see it right there, there’s a deer just hanging out by this school, but yeah I mean this is pretty good for what it is the Pixel 4 image stabilization doesn’t look to be quite as good as where you get on the OnePlus 8 Pro, but it’s still pretty good and this year should give you a good idea of what low-light conditions, are like and this year should give you an idea of what video capture is like in low-light conditions from the OnePlus 8 Pro and the Pixel 4, as you can see both of these devices do shoot in the same resolution and framerate 1080p 30fps, it doesn’t look like the Pixel device does have just slightly better dynamic range in these conditions not blowing out.
The highlights with the lights and stuff in the background, so that’s gonna do it for this quick comparison between the cameras on the Pixel 4 and the OnePlus 8 Pro. Now I do have to admit that I really wasn’t expecting much out of this device since last year’s. OnePlus 7 really couldn’t stand up to the Pixel 4, the OnePlus did a really good job this time, around even though the Google Pixel 4 does come out. I had in my opinion in most of these scenarios, the OnePlus 8 Pro does really shine when it comes to video quality when compared to Google’s device. Let me know what you think of the results in the comments below and which device you would rather own for taking pictures on a regular basis, thank you guys so much for reading this Google Pixel 4 versus OnePlus 8 Pro camera comparison test, for more camera comparisons with the Pixel device and other flagship devices from 2020, make sure you subscribe our RSS Feed and don’t forget to love and share this comparison test.