LG designed the V30 camera to anticipate the changing family time needs
They say pictures are worth a thousand words. What if they are worth a lifetime? Our country is rich in ideal ecosystems that serve as destinations for both local and international travelers.
Places like Uhuru Park, Gardens or National Park are serene places where family members could spend quality time. Locals contribute to 61% to the tourism sector spending compared to the international tourists.
A study by Now Sourcing and Frames Direct revealed that the average individual is likely to take an hour a week on taking photos and editing them.
Further, sales of digital cameras have drastically declined over the years, dropping from 121.5 million in 2010 to an estimated 13 million in the first half of 2016, according to the Camera and Imaging Products Association.
The sophistication of smartphone cameras allows everyday users to take high-quality pictures easily, and for most consumers, it makes no sense to spend extra money on a separate device just to take photographs.
Social-media sites dedicated to photographs such as Instagram and Snapchat has led to prioritization of smartphone cameras, since it is convenient to upload photos from a smartphone than from a stand-alone cameras.
“To capture family moments, we created one of the finest tools in the markets that is children friendly on our LG V30. Water and dust resistant as well as Gorilla Glass surface making it less worrisome. In this social age, the need to find connect with other has prompted the need to ensure we not only celebrate themselves but also the people we love most,” Moses Marji, LG East Africa Marketing Manager.
The LG V30 is one of a kind as it features an F1.6 aperture that lets in more light for brighter, more dynamic shots and a Crystal Clear Lens that captures colors and clearer images. It also comes with a dual camera module featuring a 16MP standard angle camera and a 13MP wide-angle camera giving the smoothest and sharpest images.
The phone is waterproof and can be immersed in up to 1.5 meters of water for as long as 30 minutes, making under water photos perfectly possible. One can take advantage of Google Assistant on the phone, enabling users to use the voice command. The phone comes with various security measures: face recognition, fingerprint sensor and voice recognition.