When I saw this "window of vision" on the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ image module, I was quite emotional. OPPO Reno10 series.
In these ten generations of products, we can see the Reno series in the imaging hardware and software capabilities of many exploration and thinking, so why OPPO to choose this time to create such a new image module? Let's start with the actual performance of OPPO Reno10 Pro+.
As usual, let's take a look at the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ imaging hardware first. The upgrades to the hardware are significant, the most crucial of which is of course the new Super Light Submersible Telephoto, with a 71mm equivalent focal length (triple optical zoom) and a large F/2.5 aperture, paired with the familiar 64 megapixel sensor. Of course, this is a triple camera module, there is also placed at the wide-angle end of the IMX890 main camera and 8 megapixel ultra-wide angle lens, the overall configuration is really very good.
As for the actual sample photos, let's take a look at the more conventional wide-angle and super wide-angle samples. In the daytime scenes, the performance of both cameras is rather mediocre, a configuration you have seen a lot in the previous generations of the OPPO Reno series, and the actual performance is the same as always Reno style, full of color without overflowing, a very comfortable color to record everyday.
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ wide-angle main camera daytime sample
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ super wide angle lens daytime sample photos
When it comes to telephoto scenes, the performance of OPPO Reno10 Pro+ stands out a bit. First of all, the image quality, relying on the 64-megapixel sensor, it can achieve 3x optical zoom to record more distant scenery, and further digital zoom to 6x for longer focal length expansion. The actual test shows that even with the 6x zoom, the image quality is quite usable, and the telephoto image quality is really outstanding.
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ Periscope Telephoto (3×) Daytime Sample Images
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ Periscopic Telephoto (6×) Daytime Sample
But for Reno, this module design is obviously not only for taking clearer scenery shots, but also for polishing the portrait image quality. First of all, let's take a look at why OPPO has created such an image module for Reno10 Pro+. The first is the main camera portrait shooting, when using this wide angle shooting, if you want the right perspective effect, the background information of the picture will be retained more, it is more difficult to highlight the subject, but can better introduce the scene in which the person is.
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ wide-angle main camera portrait sample
When we switched to 3x telephoto, the sample shot switched from a full-body photo to a half-body portrait, which can better highlight the beauty and curves of the people themselves; of course, if you are more interested in capturing the model's expression at a certain moment or the TA's exquisite makeup, zooming to 6x may be more appropriate.
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ Periscope Telephoto (3×) Portrait Sample
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ Periscopic Telephoto (6×) Portrait Sample
With such an excellent lens module, OPPO's portrait algorithm, which has been continuously polished and refined over multiple generations of Reno, has been given more room to play.
With the power of the dual cores, OPPO Reno10 Pro+ can better reproduce the light and shadow conditions at the time of shooting, making the whole photo look more natural on the one hand, and better shaping the three-dimensional features, making the skin texture more realistic and the expression more vivid on the other. We also chose to shoot in backlight and night scenes where the sense of light and shadow atmosphere is more important, and from the sample photos, we can see that it also performs well in these more difficult scenes, and the portrait phone lives up to its name.
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ Backlight Portrait Sample
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ Night Portrait Sample
When it comes to portrait photography, OPPO Reno10 Pro+ also inherits the excellent configuration of the front, this time equipped with the IMX709 sensor called "super-sensitive cat's eye lens". The actual imaging effect you can also refer to the sample photos, after all, the focal length and shooting distance is different, its style is slightly different from the rear camera, will emphasize the eye light, but the pursuit of skin quality, light and shadow and texture is still online, also considered the first echelon of cell phone selfies.
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ Selfie Sample Photos
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ Selfie Sample
The last thing you need to do is to take a brief look at the OPPO Reno10 Pro+'s image capabilities in night scenes. It still inherits the past pursuit of sharp night scenes, all three cameras present a relatively sharp night scene, but compared to the past, this time it is a bit more bold, more dare to retain some dark "night feeling", and finally presented a relatively sharp night scene, the feeling is still very comfortable.
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ wide-angle main camera night shot
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ super wide angle lens night shot
OPPO Reno10 Pro+ night shot with periscopic telephoto (3×)
As the tenth generation of the series, OPPO Reno10 Pro+ relies on the excellent hardware stack and software optimization to achieve a significant improvement in the image, and I think it has shown full sincerity if we talk about the improvement in strength alone.
We also need to note that this is not only a new phone with excellent image strength, but also a slim phone with high value. The fact that it comes with a triple camera module with a periscopic telephoto lens and still weighs only 194g and is only 8.28mm thick makes it even more valuable.
If you often take portraits and use telephoto in your life and want to get as comfortable a grip as possible, then I think the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ would be a good choice.