World Photography Day : Best Smartphones for Photographers

On the World Photography Day, people around the world celebrate the art of photography. You don’t need to own an expensive DSLR to be a good photographer today. These days, smartphone cameras have evolved to a point where we use them beyond our casual everyday photography.

On this World Photography Day, we take you on a quest for some of the best camera smartphones you can buy today.

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OPPO FindX2 series
Launched on June 17, 2020 the Find X2 series is living up to OPPO’s innovation legacy. This series is all about its cameras. OPPO has given this phone the best of cameras it can stuff in a smartphone.
OPPO Find X2 Pro has the best camera on a smartphone according to DxOMark. OPPO Find X2 Pro comes with triple cameras on the back that are mostly excellent in what they are meant to do. The top camera is a 13MP periscope telephoto lens that supports 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom and up to 60x digital zoom.  The OPPO Find X2 is equipped with a triple-camera combination of 48MP wide-angle lens + 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens + 13MP telephoto lens, whilst supporting 5x hybrid zoom.  For the perfect selfies the, the Find X2 series has been equipped with a 32 MP selfie snapper which comes with the Sony IMX616 sensor. The pain point for consumers to create high quality content with smartphones is not only with how to shoot, but also to edit, share instantly and more easily. Find X2 series solves this with the video editing tool Soloop. It integrates fun recording, easy editing and quick sharing for users to edit amazing videos and share personal stories with just one click.

OPPO Reno4 Pro
Reno4 Pro is introducing a suite of features to empower users to turn their life’s story into a captivating video or a perfect portrait, powered by 48MP rear quadcam and 32MP front camera. OPPO Reno 4 Pro sports a quad-camera setup at the back. The setup comprises a 48MP primary camera, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens and a 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP macro sensor. Reno4 Pro makes it easier than ever to embrace the OPPOrtunities to take an amazing portrait. Just like with AI Color Portrait Video, Reno4 Pro can shoot AI Color Portrait Photo, which highlights the person in the portrait in natural colour, while muting the background colours in black and white. The Ultra Night Selfie Mode can enhance facial clarity and brightness in dim light.

One Plus8 pro

The OnePlus 8 Pro features not one, but two 48MP cameras this time in a quad camera stack. There’s a primary 1/1.3” 48MP Sony IMX689 sensor that’s slightly larger than the 1/2” footprint of the previous generation. Then there’s another 1/2” 48MP IMX586 that’s used in the ultrawide lens which is what sets this phone apart from others in this segment. The quad camera stack also includes an 8MP telephoto lens with 3X hybrid zoom and a colour filter lens. OnePlus 8 pro is a power house in terms of camera and will leave you surprised with the images you take.

Xiaomi Mi 10

The Mi 10 is the first smartphone under Rs 50,000 to rock the 108MP camera sensor developed by Samsung’s imaging team. The sensor measures 1/1.33”, second only to the size of the custom sensor used in the Huawei P40 Pro+. The large sensor size accommodates more than a 100 million 0.8 micron pixels, which helps in achieving noise-free digital zoom and a fair amount of detail at 100% crop. The sensor also outputs 27MP photos by default by binning four neighbouring 0.8um pixels into a large 1.6um pixels, the same technology used in the previous 48MP and 64MP cameras. There’s a 13MP ultrawide and two 2MP sensors for macro and portrait photos. Indeed, the final JPEG output is largely improved by the new Spectra ISP on the Snapdragon 865 which works in tandem with Xiaomi’s colour-boosting AI algorithm and HDR mode to produce photos that look highly palatable. 

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra packs a quad-rear camera. It sports a 108MP main sensor + a 48MP ultra wide-angle lens + a 12MP lens and a DepthVision 3D ToF sensor. It has a 40MP selfie shooter. The Galaxy S20 Ultra packs a 5000mAh battery with 45W fast charging. It also comes with next-gen Wireless Charging 2.0 and reverse wireless charging. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra runs One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 and is one of the best camera phones in the market at the moment that ticks all the boxes you are looking for to capture high quality images. 

Apple iPhone 11 Pro

The newly launched Apple iPhone 11 Pro comes with a 5.8-inch Super Retina XDR display with 2M:1 contrast, 1200nits and True Tone technology. The Pro version of the iPhone 11 comes with a triple rear camera setup. All are 12-megapixel sensors, with a wide-angle, an ultra-wide-angle and telephoto lens. Upfront, there is a 12-megapixel camera as well, similar to the iPhone 11. The latest offering from Apple sports a powerful camera through which you can explore the photographer in you without making any compromises. 

OnePlus Nord
The OnePlus Nord comes with a total of six cameras– 4 at the back and 2 at the front. OnePlus Nord features a 48MP Sony IMX586 main sensor with OIS, EIS, f/1.75 aperture along with three secondary sensors of 8MP, 2MP and 5MP. There’s Dual LED flash, multi autofocus(PDAF+CAF). The device supports 4K video recording at 30 fps, 1080pvideoat 30/60 fps, Super Slow Motion at 1080p at 240 fps and Time-lapse at 4K/30 fps and 1080p/30 fps. Note that the OnePlus Nord doesn’t support external mics while recording videos.

Redmi 9 Prime
The smartphone has quad-sensor setup at the back, comprising of a 13-megapixel main camera that’s paired with an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera. There’s also a 5-megapixel macro camera and a 2-megapixel depth camera. The front camera is using an 8-megapixel sensor. The camera comes with some of MIUI’s usual camera tricks, one of them being the Kaleidoscopic mode

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