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Google Pixel 5a wins the blind camera test [Video]

Technically, camera quality is subjective when it comes to the final product, which always makes it interesting to see who wins when you have no idea where the footage is coming from. In his test the latest blind camera, MKBHD has seen the Google Pixel 5a beat the competition, including its much more capable big brother.

The blind camera test by Marques Brownlee and colleagues ran a completely objective test between 16 smartphones with a variety of scenes and conditions and asked the public to vote on what the best photo was. The bracket type test actually does a pretty good job at eliminating bias from the equation, but it also often leads to some surprising results.

This time, Google’s Pixel 5a took the crown even when compared to the Galaxy S21 Ultra, iPhone 13 Pro, and even the Pixel 6 Pro.

The Pixel 5a, somewhat hilariously, actually beat the Pixel 6 Pro in the first round of this blind camera test, with the win going to a slightly better balanced photo overall. It then went on to beat the shots from the iPhone 13 Pro and the Realme GT.

The final competitor from the other side of the bracket is the OnePlus 9 Pro, which beat the Xperia Pro I and Asus ROG 5 – and indirectly the Galaxy S21 Ultra – to make it to that final round. While that last photo was a tough call in either direction, the Pixel 5a ended up winning the majority of votes, presumably because of better sharpness and contrast.

Of course, as we’ve seen time and time again, today’s smartphone cameras are regularly pretty good. They will always get a good photo and what most people consider good or bad depends on things like hue, brightness, saturation and sharpness.

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