The OnePlus 10 Pro's cameras promise richer colors, more pro settings and 150-degree ultrawide images

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OnePlus continues to give information about its new flagship phone oneplus 10 pro, ahead of its official release on Tuesday in China. The company on Thursday said that the phone’s three rear cameras will look very similar to last year’s OnePlus 9 Pro, but they will bring some improvements to enhance the photo quality for casual users and enthusiasts alike.

The 10 Pro will be part of the second generation of OnePlus phones to get a Hasselblad-tuned shooter. OnePlus says its new phone’s cameras will be able to capture more vibrant colors, have a more sophisticated Pro mode for saving images in RAW+ format and allow you to change video settings while recording.


An ultrawide camera with the new 150-degree field of view will be helpful in capturing more subjects in the frame than usual. In the sample images provided, the sides were distorted, but you can always opt for the default 140-degree field of view. There’s also a fish-eye mode that bends the edges of images even more.

OnePlus has already revealed the design of the new phone, but as far as the camera specs go, it has only said that it will have 48-, 50- and 8-megapixel lenses as well as 32-megapixel cameras. There will be a triple rear camera setup with a front-facing camera. , Those specs are very similar to the OnePlus 9 Pro, although that phone had a 16-megapixel front-facing shooter.

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Even normal photos should benefit from Hasselblad’s constant tinkering with OnePlus phone cameras. Normal photos are now captured in 10-bit color, and with new software tweaks, the company says the OnePlus 10 Pro captures and processes more colors over the phone’s predecessor, making images look more real-life is inspired. Better still, all three rear cameras take pictures in 10-bit color, which prevents “banding” of colors in visible layers.

Beyond enabling users to manually change settings like shutter speed and aperture, Hasselblad Pro Mode supports a new empowered RAW+ format that OnePlus says allows shots with greater dynamic range and less noise. will take. However, we’ll have to see if pairing the phone’s photo software with information-rich RAW images performs better than other phones that take photos in 12-bit RAW, like the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.

The video mode has also been refined. As mentioned, you can change settings like ISO and shutter speed in the middle of recording to finely manage lighting, depth, and other aspects on the fly, rather than locking them in for the entire video. You can shoot in the information-rich log format without setting up a picture profile first, removing a step for those who want to start recording video without pre-selecting an exposure level.

We’ll have to test the phone against its contemporaries to determine if the changes are enough to bring the phone on par with the photo capabilities of Apple and Samsung flagships. But the OnePlus 10 Pro will be a step up from its predecessor in some ways, some more useful than others.

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