The OnePlus 10 Pro won’t be available in the US or other global markets for a while, but with the phone launching in China next week, we’re already taking a first look at what it will bring to the table. Today OnePlus is showing some photos taken with its updated Hasselblad camera system on the OnePlus 10 Pro.
As described in the OnePlus datasheet earlier this week, the OnePlus 10 Pro offers a triple camera setup consisting of a 48 MP sensor, a 50 MP sensor, and an 8 MP sensor. The company does not want to say which of these sensors serves what purpose, but OnePlus has confirmed that the secondary sensors are ultra-wide-angle and telescopic sensors.
The second generation Hasselblad Pro mode from OnePlus allows each of the three camera sensors to take pictures with 10-bit color. This enables a 25 percent increase in the DCI-P3 color space coverage. The new system can also record images from all three cameras in 12-bit RAW. The OnePlus 10 Pro also adds a “Movie Mode” that allows adjustments to ISO and shutter speed, and records footage in LOG format for more flexible editing, better dynamic range, and more.
Perhaps the most useful addition for OnePlus 10 Pro owners, however, is a much wider ultrawide camera. The field of view reaches 150 degrees and is therefore significantly wider than the approximately 120 degrees that we see on most smartphones. This lens enables a fisheye mode as well as a mode that shoots at 110 degrees to reduce distortion.
The following recordings were made with the OnePlus 10 Pro.
The OnePlus 10 Pro and its new camera system will be launched in China on January 11th. The phone won’t make its way to the US and other global regions for a later date.
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