OnePlus 10 Pro camera samples emerge from 150-degree ultra-wide-angle camera with Hasselblad tunings
OnePlus continues to drip-feed information about the OnePlus 10 Pro, as is often the case on the run-up to its flagship smartphone releases. OnePlus will present the OnePlus 10 Pro on January 11 in China, having teased the device at the start of this week. The company has yet to inform fans of a global launch date, though. Presumably, the company will do so once it has launched the OnePlus 10 Pro in China.
So far, OnePlus had confirmed that the handset would feature a 48 MP main camera, a 50 MP ultra-wide and an 8 MP telephoto lens. Many details about the trio remain unknown, but OnePlus has confirmed that the ultra-wide-angle camera has a much larger field of view (FoV) than many smartphone equivalents. Specifically, OnePlus claims that its ultra-wide-angle camera has a 150-degree FoV; most ultra-wide-angle cameras top out at 120 degrees, instead.
Additionally, OnePlus has included a fish-eye camera mode for photographing wide scenes. The company has attempted to convey the improvements of its new ultra-wide-angle camera in a comparison between the OnePlus 10 Pro and its predecessor, which we have embedded below. Incidentally, OnePlus states that all three rear-facing cameras in the OnePlus 10 Pro are 10-bit sensors. Also, the company has integrated a revised Pro mode that can shoot in 12-bit RAW.
The company has extended Hasselblad's Natural Colour Solution algorithm to all rear-facing cameras this year, too. Separately, OnePlus has added a 'Movie Mode' that allows you to adjust ISO and shutter speeds on the fly while recording a video. Supposedly, the Movie Mode supports the LOG recording format, as well.