Mate 30 Pro Sensor

The 40+40+8+3D TOF Megapixel Mate 30 Pro sensor combination is larger than the 40+20+8+3D TOF Megapixel on the P30 Pro. The downside to Huawei gadget cameras over the years is the poor video capture ability. Problems such as poor video and only 4K 30FPS are solved on the Mate 30 Pro. So because the same camera is used – the Mate 30 Pro 5G also has the same camera capabilities. It’s no problem to record at 4K 60FPS through the new Cine Camera RGGB sensor used,

Wide -angle, ultra -wide -angle, telephoto and 3D TOF lenses allow the device to be used as a flexible mobile device camera. Pictures in a variety of situations can be taken without problems. The only downside is that optical zoom systems are now only up to 3X, hybrid up to 5X and digital up to 30X only. The P30 Pro periscope mechanism is not reused. This is most likely because even though it provides a high zoom level, it cannot go through a smooth zoom when video recording is done.

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App

The camera app has an easy -to -use interface. All basic functions are neatly displayed on the screen. The manual mode provided is also powerful enough for users to change the settings as needed. True to the use of the Pro name, the Mate 30 Pro 5G camera app gives you the freedom to work without the software constraints we found on the iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Additional functions included are slow motion video up to thousands of FPS, Monochrome, Dual View, Document, Portrait, Aperture, and Pro. All of them can be activated by the user himself. Praise we give to Huawei because the included camera app is quite complete. The best example is Air Gesture which allows the device to be controlled without any touch. Like the Pixel 4, these gesture controls are also annoying that only occasionally work.

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