Micromax launched the Canvas Nitro, the company’s latest high-end smartphone earlier this month. We already brought you the unboxing, photogallery and benchmarks of the smartphone, here we have the camera samples of the smartphone. The Micromax Canvas Nitro has a 13-megapixel camera with Sony IMX135 CMOS sensor with f/2.2 aperture, Largan 5P 28mm lens and also has Blue Glass filter. It also has a 5-megapixel fixed focus front-facing camera with OmniVision OV5648 sensor, 22mm wide-angle lens with 75-degree viewing angle.
It has the usual MediaTek camera UI that we had seen on the Unite 2. Micromax has introduced a new widget that lets you quickly capture an image, record a video and take a selfie directly from the homescreen. Overall the camera seem pretty decent. Check out some camera samples below (click the image to view full resolution picture)
Daylight shots were decent, but the colors are not perfect. Details could have been better for a 13MP camera.
Macro shots came out well and the focus was perfect. Again, the colors could have been better, especially in tough lighting conditions such as indoors.
There are minor differences in exposure in the separate HDR mode. This makes the image too bright at times, otherwise it’s decent.
Thanks to the OmniVision sensor, the 5-megapixel front-facing camera is pretty good for selfies.
As you expect the low-light images had a lot of noise and some ended up blurry without much details, but there is flash to brighten up the image in such condition, so it’s not a problem.
The LED flash offer ample amount of light for the shots, even close up shots are good with flash.
It can record videos at 1080p full HD resolution at 30fps. Thanks to the secondary microphone, it can record stereo audio. Video is too sharp, but the quality is good. Videos are saved in the 3gp format. Check out the video sample below.