The OPPO Reno 10x Zoom; Zooming In On The Future Of Smartphone Photography
When it comes to smartphone cameras, the industry really turned it up a notch this year with brands seemingly pushing the boundaries of smartphone photography with every release. 2019 has without a doubt been the year of the triple camera setup. That being said, one brand in particular truly took smartphone photography to the next level, and that brand is none other than OPPO, with the release of its OPPO Reno 10x Zoom part of the expansion of the brand new Reno series.
The Reno series of smartphones push the boundaries of what it means to be a flagship smartphone and none more so than the 10x Zoom model, that allows a 10x hybrid zoom and a 60x digital zoom which was head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to photography. Even with the hybrid the quality maintains. The device is equipped with triple rear cameras 48MP+13MP (telephoto) +8MP (wide angle), which supports 10x hybrid zoom, dual OIS, Ultra Night Mode 2.0, Dazzle Color Mode and 4K video. The Reno 10x Zoom is supported by the Snapdragon 855 and 8GB ROM + 256 RAM suitable for an average user.
OPPO’s first attempt at a full-focal-length triple-camera system turns out to be a winner, with camera buffs out there happy to know that OPPO opted to go with Sony’s IMX586 sensor, a F1.7 aperture, and a large size of 1/2 inch, which really improves the light sensing capabilities to equip you with everything you need to capture clearer images.
It doesn’t just end there. No one gets left out of pictures with the OPPO Reno’s 120 degree ultra-wide angle camera, which allows users now gain perspectives never before attainable with conventional cameras. Add to those different focusing modes for different scenarios and it’s little surprise as to why every picture you take with the Reno 10x Zoom looks like it was taken by a professional.
We can’t talk about the Reno 10x Zoom without mentioning about, well, the 10x zoom, now can we? To achieve this, the ultra-wide angle camera, ultra clear main camera and the telephoto camera work in tandem to achieve “true focal length” coverage, thus maximizing each camera’s advantage to achieve high quality long distance shots every single time.
Of course, no one wants a blurry shot. With OPPO’s OIS optical image stabilization equipped for both the main and telephoto camera, that rarely ever happens, no matter how shaky your hands are the photo outcome is clear and precise.
Taking pictures at night is also no longer a problem thanks to Ultra Night Mode 2.0. The technology leverages AI, HDR, and multi-frame noise reduction to achieve effects such as noise reduction, handheld stabilization, highlight suppression, and more to ensure well lit pictures even in the darkest of environments.
The Reno series continues to push boundaries offering products that tick all boxes especially to up your photography game. Coming with a brand new edition, the OPPO Reno 10x Zoom released a 12 GB RAM Special Edition for heavy users.
With so much on offer from a mere smartphone camera, it’s no surprise that the OPPO Reno 10x Zoom was top choice among our readers for Best Smartphone Camera of 2019.