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Huawei P30 Pro Camera Review; Really The Best Camera Phone? (English Subtitles)

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Huawei P30 Pro Camera Review; Really The Best Camera Phone? (English Subtitles)

Assalam-o-Alaikum Friends. I’m Bisma and I am very excited because this is my first review on YouTube and I’m even more excited as I have Huawei’s P30 Pro. It’s being called the best camera of this time, so let’s take some pictures to see how the phone’s camera performs during day and night.

Let’s get started Subscribe to our channel and press the bell icon to get notified about the latest videos Huawei’s P series has always been considered an affordable flagship device which focuses on entertainment and photography.

Huawei P9’s partnered with Leica, P series has made several innovations in camera and photography so should you buy this $1000 phone for its camera, let’s use its camera to see whether it’s worth our praise or not.

In these photos, you can get a better sense that whites and dark areas are well exposed and in standard mode. P30 Pro doesn’t change the colors on its own unless you select AI or vivid colors option.

And if we select the vivid colors option, the camera increases the intensity of the colors which you can note in this picture comparison In this phone, P30 Pro uses the software to convert photos into monochrome which is why in contrast to the colored pictures, you get some less details.

Pictures against backlit objects or the sun are always problematic but in P30 Pro, both AI and HDR, to a certain extent, have controlled the sunlight while the foreground subject stays quite prominent.

Without HDR, photos look pretty washed out but with HDR we get to capture better images. Huawei P30 Pro has a very interesting feature named Super Macro mode which helps to take good images of super small objects but you have to face many challenges here because it is hard to control shaking hands when the subject is few cm away and sometimes you have to multiple shots for a perfect shot In P30 Pro, thanks to AI and large aperture in main camera, the phone can capture good images at night even in standard mode.

If you look at this image of Minar-e-Pakistan, you can see that P30 Pro has captured the texture of the water quite well surface details are nicely mirrored in the water. Similarly, in this picture of Badshahi Mosque, the camera has registered details of all minarets in standard mode.

Moreover, on the right, Minar-e-Pakistan is also quite visible without much loss of details Huawei P30 Pro doesn’t perform well against light sources. In this picture, camera is scattering the light which can also be seen in the next image.

P30 Pro’s auto mode captures good low-light images but in extreme dark conditions you have to switch to night mode. You can see that in these images night mode, instead of the auto mode, has captured more details.

Another good thing is that the night mode can control some shaking of your hands Capturing static objects is easy for P30 Pro but in the case of moving objects, it didn’t get much success. These photos are shot in almost darkness and you can observe that in little light, it was challenging to capture moving objects In pitch black situations, it has a problem to keep the noise-level low in auto mode.

In these two pictures, we don’t have a light source and only street light is pouring into the corridor. You can check that details have not been lost in the night mode Another big challenge for P30 Pro is to maintain the quality of images taken with a super wide-angle lens.

As much as the standard mode captures good images with natural color, the wide-angle lens destroys the colors in the image. In wide angle shots, camera automatically shifts towards bluish tones and sometimes add too much blue color, changing the definition of the image which can be seen in these images.

You can see the same pattern in the night shots and you can notice that in wide angle the details of peacocks have been washed out. 2x and 3x optical zoom is common in smartphones but Huawei P30 Pro is capable of 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom and even 50x digital zoom Technically we shouldn’t call it zoom as for 5x shot the camera switches to 8MP telephoto lens.

If you look at images of this replica Eiffel Tower in Lahore you’ll see the amount of details maintained by the camera. And in 50x zoom, the details of the top portion of the tower are quite visible but you’ll have to take multiple shots in this zoom, because at 50x the hands wobbling increases.

TOF sensor plays an important role in day and night photography creates a 3D map and accurately communicates the distance from the subject and the lens and software use this information to create beautiful portraits.

In these portrait shots, you can notice that with the TOF sensor, there is a clear division in foreground and background. Even the subject’s hair is in focus and the blur effect is not uneven. But in extreme low light, the sensor doesn’t perform too well, In this picture you can notice that without flash, you start losing details and noise level is quite high which is making it look like a compromise.

32MP front camera is not a new thing for phones, but due to Huawei’s internal mechanism we can capture good selfies and we get sharp facial details. But again, in extreme low light or dark conditions, P30 Pro’s camera can shoot selfies without flash but fails to grab details.

So in low light conditions, you’ll be needing flash. So friends, how did you find this review? I enjoyed it a lot. If you like this video, give it a thumbs up, share it with friends and let us know your opinions about the video and the phone’s camera in the comments below.

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