04 April 2019
Huawei P30 Pro with its impressive quad rear cameras went official recently at an event in Paris. On the same day the phone was made available for pre-orders as well. The device hasn’t yet reached the hands of the users who have pre-ordered it but looks like one of the attendees of the event got a chance to test the camera.
The tech site Teknofolio has shared a good set of camera samples taken with the Huawei P30 Pro that show different photography skills. Huawei P30 Pro has a 40MP primary camera which is a“SuperSensing Sensor,” the secondary camera include an 8MP 10x “hybrid” zoom sensor, and a 20MP ultra-wide angle lens. The 5X optical zoom camera (125 mm) uses periscope technology and offers 5X optical zoom, 10X hybrid zoom and 50X digital zoom and the site has shared all these samples to show the camera prowess.
The main camera offers the best performance in low light conditions, thanks to its new sensor with an RYYB color filter. The camera samples also include the low-light photograph, showing off the device is equivalent good in this segment as well. In night mode, the device allows long exposure captures without using a tripod. The site has also shared different shots first taken with the wide-angle camera and then photos with different zoom levels to illustrate the difference.
The DxOMark’s ranking for the Huawei P30 Pro is also out that shows the device has scored the highest and its best improvements are in the sector Bokeh and zoom. Take a look at these samples taken with the Huawei P30 Pro.