Ini adalah " Modul Kamera " dari smartphone terbaru @oppoindonesia yaitu #opporeno 10x Zoom Edition.
Dibekali dengan tiga kamera utama dibodi belakangnya yang masing-masing lensa punya fungsi yang berbeda.
Ketiga kamera tersebut adalah kamera utama 48MP dengan aperture f/1.7, kamera wide-angle 8MP dengan sudut 120 derajat dan aperture f/2.2. Dan terakhir adalah, kamera telephoto 13MP yang punya kemampuan zoom sampe 10x dengan aperture f/3.0 (OIS) sebagai nilai jual utamanya.
Finally got in my new @sigmaphoto 60-600mm F4.5-F6.3 DG OS HSM Sport lens, and this thing is an absolute unit. Weighing in at a whopping 6 pounds, I had to invest in a new tripod and camera sling just to avoid back trouble in the coming months!
The clarity and sharpness this lens offers is incredible. Paired with my Canon crop sensor, I’m getting an effective focal length of 90-900mm, which is fantastic for wildlife. I’ll be putting up some quick test shots I took at my local nature park soon. I need to dial in the AF for my particular camera, but a quick manual override of the focus isn’t a big issue for now. Overall, I’m extremely happy with my purchase so far and I look forward to everything I can capture with this Beast from the East!
The OnePlus 7 Pro is the company’s first smartphone to feature a triple camera setup. One of the highlight features is its 3X Optical Zoom which has been stated clearly on all marketing materials. Turns out, the telephoto lens isn’t doing 3X optical zoom in the first place.
A couple of users have discovered that the OnePlus 7 Pro has a wider field of view in portrait mode than in 3X zoom mode. The smartphone uses only the telephoto lens to shoot in portrait mode. So if it truly does 3X optical zoom, there shouldn’t be any difference in the field of view for both modes.
When they did the comparison, it looks like the actual “optical zoom” is around 2.2X instead of 3.0X. You can see this in action here.
It is worth pointing out that this isn’t the first time OnePlus has messed up its camera claims. The OnePlus 5 was initially perceived to be doing 2X optical zoom but it was later clarified that the device was doing 1.6X optical zoom and the remaining 0.4X was done through smart capture multi-frame technology.
OnePlus has responded to Android Police on the matter and below is a copy of their statement:
The OnePlus 7 Pro has 3x zoom with no digital zoom or loss of detail. The telephoto camera serves two main purposes: 3x zoom and portrait mode photography. It will switch the field of view depending on the camera mode. With 3x zoom, the telephoto camera delivers the advertised lossless 8 megapixels images. Portrait mode utilizes all 13 megapixels from the sensor in the telephoto camera.
Note that OnePlus has avoided using “optical zoom” in their statement and they emphasised its ability to create lossless images at 8MP. If that’s the case, it would be more truthful to claim 3X hybrid or lossless zoom like its competitors. For example, the Huawei P30 does 3X Optical zoom and 5X lossless Hybrid Zoom, while the P30 Prohas 5X Optical Zoom and 10X lossless Hybrid zoom.
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Humpback whales can be identified from the patterns on the underside of their tail. The black and white on their tail flukes are as unique as a fingerprint.
This photo of Split Fin's fluke is exactly what we use to identify Humpback Whales. Photo by Volunteer Robin. Image taken with a zoom lens and heavily cropped.
Check out our latest sightings on our website (link in bio) for more about Split Fin and the other wildlife we see on our tours!