Why OnePlus 10 Pro is an alternative to DSLR camera?

OnePlus launched its flagship model, OnePlus 10 Pro, back in April, and it is still making waves across the Internet. Thanks to the latest and most powerful specs, seamless OxygenOS, and the potent camera setup.

The company has been moving toward high-end camera technology for the past year, with a partnership with Swedish camera maker Hasselblad. This year’s OnePlus 10 Pro offers the second generation of this collaboration, with improved features and performance.

Well, don’t be surprised if we choose OnePlus 10 Pro as an alternative to the DSLR. 

OnePlus 10 Pro camera

While the OnePlus 10 Pro’s camera module got an eye-catching new look. The hardware inside are: 

  • 48MP Sony IMX789 1/1.43-inch sensor with an f/1.8 lens and OIS, EIS
  • 50MP Samsung ISOCELL JN1, 1/2.76 inch sensor with 150° field-of-view
  • 8MP 3.3x telephoto sensor with an f/2.4 lens and OIS
  • Front camera – 32MP, f/2.2, (wide), 1/2.74″, 0.8µm

Features include Hasselblad Color Calibration, Dual-LED dual-tone flash, HDR, and panorama. 

Video options are 8K@24fps, 4K@30/60/120fps, 1080p@30/60/240fps, Auto HDR, gyro-EIS.

All three of these rear lenses can shoot in 10-bit, courtesy of Hasselblad. In addition, the Pro mode can shoot in 12-bit RAW, and the new RAW+ mode gives the flexibility of RAW photos with some of the OnePlus software tweaks, such as boosted dynamic range. 

The OnePlus 10 Pro cameras can now capture photos using the DCI-P3 color gamut, which both brands claim delivers 25% more coverage than sRGB in other phones.

Well, here are some of the photos we shot on the OnePlus 10 Pro:

Daylight samples

Macro and Telephoto samples
Night samples

So how does the OnePlus 10 Pro’s camera perform? Pretty awesome, honestly. The output is at the level of its rival flagship phones like Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus or the iPhone counterpart.

In good lighting conditions, the photos look great with good dynamic range, low noise and natural colours. The auto HDR works well and the natural bokeh from the f/1.8 aperture main sensor is really nice. Night mode has been improved from last year, and it is more capable at producing impressive shots.

The ultra-wide sensor has been changed from the Sony IMX766 to a Samsung JN1 sensor. OnePlus is marketing this sensor as the widest-camera in the smartphone market – capable of an FoV of 150°. It even has a dedicated fish-eye mode, which can produce some fascinating shots.

As you can check out the samples, the 3.3x telephoto at low light is also good too, and the front 32MP sensor produces some nice, pleasing photos.

Overall, the OnePlus 10 Pro is a solid flagship smartphone with little-to-no compromises on the build, performance, display, battery and the camera.

Availability and Pricing

The OnePlus 10 Pro is priced at Rs. 66,999 for the 8GB + 128GB version and the 12GB + 256GB model costs Rs. 71,999. It is available from Amazon.in, OnePlus.in and other channels.

Author: Team FoneArena

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