With the continuous growth of people’s demand for photography, image function has become an important standard to measure the advantages and disadvantages of a mobile phone. Besides the user’s personal experience, the evaluation and suggestions of some professional organizations also have great reference value. Recently, another super mobile phone, vivo X50 PRO +, appeared on the latest list of soomal. #From this list, we can see that as the super cup of “vivo X50 series”, vivo X50 PRO + has obtained the latest highest score of 122.5 points from soomal, which not only refreshes the scoring record of soomal, but also firmly occupies the first position in the list, and also proves the strong strength of vivo X50 PRO + as a professional image flagship. Combined with the good evaluation of vivo X50 PRO + among users and some professional photographers, we can even directly say that vivo X50 PRO + is the best mobile phone for taking photos. < / P > < p > of course, vivo X50 PRO + can get such a good score, and its own excellent image quality is absolutely inseparable. First of all, in terms of hardware, the vivo X50 PRO + is equipped with a 1 / 1.3-inch Samsung gn1 super sensitive bottom, which greatly increases the photosensitive area and dynamic range of the mobile phone camera, and greatly improves the photographing ability and image detail performance ability of vivo X50 PRO + in weak light environment, and overcomes the shortcomings that many mobile phones can not overcome.
vivo X50 In addition to the main camera of 50 million pixels, PRO + has 120 ° ultra wide angle ultra macro lens, 50 mm equivalent focal length professional portrait lens and periscope long focus lens. It supports 60 times super zoom, and shooting of multiple focal segments such as macro, wide angle and portrait long focus. It not only brings users high-definition pixels, but also is very flexible and convenient to use, which greatly reduces the difficulty of mobile phone photography Degree and entry conditions. < / P > < p > vivo X50 PRO + not only has a strong hardware foundation, but also has excellent post optimization ability, which makes it have excellent performance in various scenes such as scenery, night scene, portrait, backlight and so on. For example, in the night scene, vivo X50 PRO + supports super night view mode and starry sky mode. Among them, the super night scene mode can make the photos fully exposed and reduce the noise to the greatest extent even in the case of extremely weak light, so that the photos present a very high image quality. The starry sky mode solves the technical problem that many professional photographers feel “headache” and allows ordinary people to shoot dreamy starry blockbusters. < / P > < p > when shooting portraits, vivo X50 PRO + not only retains the skin texture of the characters to the maximum extent, but also supports the separation technology of human and landscape. It ensures that the appearance of the main characters is online, but also naturally retains the details and lighting atmosphere of the surrounding environment. In addition, there are many modes, such as silhouette portrait, which greatly improve the quality and brilliance of portrait photos. < / P > < p > in addition, the vivo X50 PRO + also has strong anti shake ability and tracking technology, which greatly improves the clarity of the pictures taken by vivo X50 PRO + and the ability to capture pictures. < / P > < p > from these, we can see that vivo X50 PRO + is excellent in both hardware configuration and software optimization. It is the “chemical effect” produced by the combination of these two aspects that makes vivo X50 PRO + obtain strong photo taking ability, which not only won the praise of consumers before, but also was recognized by professional organizations such as soomal, which further strengthened its flagship position of professional image that no one can shake. For those who love to take pictures, this vivo X50 PRO + can fully meet your requirements for image quality and beauty! Continue ReadingAmerican companies begin to give up R & D: who should pay for corporate research?