New Delhi: Handset maker Oppo on Thursday revealed camera details of its upcoming Oppo Reno 7 Pro smartphone and mentioned that the device will feature the world’s first Sony IMX709 sensor, ahead of its launch in India. The Oppo Reno 7 Pro is likely to be priced between Rs 41,000-Rs 43,000 in the country. According to the handset maker, the IMX709 which is exclusive to Oppo, is a customized RGBW front image sensor that can capture crisper and evenly-exposed photos and videos.
Revealing further camera details of the soon-to-be-launched smartphone, the company mentioned that the sensor is 60 per cent more sensitive to light and reduces noise by 30 per cent when compared to traditional RGB sensors. Talking about selfie capabilities, the device’s front camera automatically switches from 85 degree to a 90 degree angle when it detects more than two people in the view-finder to capture multi-person snapshots. When it comes to portrait photos, camera algorithms separate the subject in the foreground, detect light sources in the background to produce a soft lens flare and then blur the background for a natural-looking bokeh flare effect.
The Reno7 Pro 5G also packs in Sony’s flagship IMX766 large rear sensor that captures more light when shooting photos and videos. It also supports 26 adjustable bokeh levels that produce “DSLR-grade” images and videos. The Reno 7 Pro 5G’s rear camera features the industry’s first exclusive “Bokeh Flare Portrait” video that claims to accurately identify the human subject in any complex background and makes them stand out from a blurred background complete with soft-light lens flares.
Both, the Sony IMX709 and IMX766 sensors support DOL-HDR technology which increases the dynamic range to shoot well-exposed images and detailed low-light videos; the cameras capture multiple long-exposure and short-exposure frames almost simultaneously and fuse them into a single vibrant snapshot.
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