Yesterday, Huawei has released the Mate 30 series smartphone in Munich, Germany. The company claims the camera setup on Huawei Mate 30 Pro delivers the best quality. To remind, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro is equipped with a quad-camera setup that includes two 40MP sensors, an 8MP telephoto camera and a 3D depth sensor.
Huawei Mate30 Pro uses a super-sensing Leica movie four-shot, including dual 40-megapixel dual-camera (super-sensitive camera + movie camera), 8-megapixel telephoto camera, and 3D deep-motion camera. ISO up to 51200, supports 7680 frames for ultra-slow photography, 4K HDR+ shooting, and dual OIS anti-shake.
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The company calls the dual 40 MP sensor as Cine camera. The device can capture super wide-angle videos at 4K resolution and even at night. So today a well-known photographer Chen Hao Stanley has shared some images shot using the newly released Huawei Mate 30 Pro smartphone.
Stanley has shared around 9 images and all these images are shot under various lighting environment. The night time shot looks really brilliant and well detailed. Also, the long exposure photos from Huawei Mate 30 are picturesque.
He mentioned, “The Super Night Scene mode adapts to all focal lengths. This main night shot is improved compared to the P30pro, so in the non-limit scene, the night scene mode is closer to the normal photo effect.”
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To add one of the official tweets says “Huawei Mate 30 Pro makes sure you’ll always capture ‘that shot’, with incredible ISO 409600 sensitivity.” That proves the well-detailed images even in the low light environment. Comparing Huawei Mate 30 Pro with iPhone 11 Pro Max and Galaxy Note 10+, the Mate 30 Pro gonna take the lead.
Here do check out these beautiful Huawei Mate 30 Pro photo samples by yourselves,
During the event, Yu Chengdong compared Mate 30 Pro slow-motion shooting with the iPhone 11 Pro Max and Galaxy Note 10+. the Mate30 Pro supports 7680 frames for ultra slow shooting. The Mate30 Pro supports 7680 frames for ultra slow shooting even in the low lighting condition.
Comparing the result shows, the iPhone 11 Pro Max supports 240 frames of slow-motion while the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ supports 960 frames of slow motion. Share your thoughts about the photos taken on Mate 30 Pro smartphone in the comment section below!