There are days until the launch of the OnePlus 10 Pro and the remaining mysteries are less and less. To end the week, OnePlus has revealed more details about its camera, which we might as well call Hasselblad 2.0, because yes, this partnership is still strong.
We already know that the camera is made up of 48MP, 50MP and 8MP lenses and that we have “Dual OIS” and a 32MP selfie camera. OnePlus shared a few more details of this story, although they are not giving us everything yet. This is what we have learned.
The OnePlus 10 Pro will feature a second-gen Hasselblad Pro mode that can shoot RAW +. By the way, all three rear cameras can use this mode. It shoots in 12-bit RAW and uses Hasselblad’s natural color solution, as well as shooting in 10-bit full color to “deliver a more natural and delicate color display in every photo.”
We will also get an ultra-wide camera with a 150-degree field of view and a fisheye mode. You can also shoot in a 110-degree field of view to look a bit more traditional.
For moviegoers, OnePlus will feature ISO, shutter speed, and other settings during video capture. You can also shoot in LOG. It is a record, it is a record, it is better than bad, it is good.
Ok, that’s all. Once again, they are extracting these characteristics and giving us less of what we want. However, the phone will launch next week, so we don’t have much more left.