Oppo Find X5 Pro coming out officially with improved camera. The Oppo Find X5 series arrives with significant improvements to the processing of images, battery technology and even quality of build. The brand new series comes with two identical phones with a vanilla and a Pro model. We will concentrate specifically on specifically the Oppo Find X5 Pro here while the vanilla model will be discussed in a separate review.
As with those Find X3 models, the X5 phones feature two cameras of 50MP (wide as well as ultrawide) built on the Sony the IMX766 camera (1/1.56″, 1.0 um) However the hardware supporting it and the processing techniques have advanced. Its 6nm MariSilicon X chip accounts for significant improvements. It performs AI noise reduction, as well as various other tasks related to image processing.
It supports ultra-high definition 4K Night Videothat is lower noise and higher quality colors as opposed to standard night videos. This feature is available on both ultra and wide large cameras. Oppo states that their own chip allows the phone to record HDR videos at 20 bits per channel, translating to a 120-dB dynamic range (four times higher than Find X3 Pro). The Pro mode comes with the Hasselblad Natural Color Calibration function that is based on the latest 13-channel sensor (replacing 5 channels that was on the generation X3).
Oppo Find X5 Pro coming out officially with improved camera
Additionally, Oppo is using a glass front element on its cameras, which enhances the accuracy of color and lessens the amount of chromatic aberration. Oppo is also a renowned camera maker and contributed to the development of Master filters that allow you to enhance your photos with just a few taps. The wide camera comes with the latest 5 axis optical image stabilization device that integrates sensor and lens shift technology, which is the first of its kind on a mobile devices, according to Oppo.
It is able to correct handshakes up to 3deg, and can be used in both videos and photos (electronic stabilization is available too). In terms of Ultrawide cameras, they has a field of view of 110deg it’s not all that broad (but it’s more than it was the X3 Pro had). The telephoto camera wasn’t given much attention this year, but it’s a lot similar to the X3 Pro, equipped with 13MP sensors as well as two times optical zoom (52mm) with five times hybrid zoom.
The camera that takes selfies utilizes the IMX709 sensor that Sony has developed equipped with RGBW sub-pixels. The white sub-pixel lets the camera to capture up to 60 percent more light, however processing RGBW data is a challenge which is why the job is then handed over onto the MariSilicon chip. Additionally, the camera will default to a 80deg FOV, however it will change to 90deg when it senses a selfie group.