The four rear cameras on the latest cellphone from Xiaomi promise high quality in various conditions.
Redmi Note 10S comes with MediaTek Helio G95 processor. In addition to offering agile performance for mid-range phones, this processor is able to strengthen the quality of multi-photography for up to 4 cameras. Thus, the four rear cameras on this latest cellphone from Xiaomi promise qualified quality in various conditions.
The main camera of the cellphone has a sensor with a resolution of 64 MP. With this high resolution, you will definitely get results with sharp details. Do not miss the pixel binning technology which allows brighter results when using it when shooting at night.
The pixel binning method found on the Redmi Note 10S is 4-in-1, allowing 4x more light to enter. For information, the more light that enters when photographing night conditions, the results will look brighter with minimal noise interference. Do not miss the night mode which can be activated manually or automatically.
The second camera is equipped with an ultra-wide lens and an 8 MP resolution sensor. This lets you shoot a wider scene with just one tap on the screen. The nature of ultra-wide lenses is that they display distortion at the edges of the frame. Fortunately, this interference did not occur on the Redmi Note 10S. This is because Xiaomi has equipped it with the ‘Correct Distortion’ feature.
If you like to take pictures with a close focus distance, then there is a 2 MP macro camera available. This allows small subjects to appear larger. To make it easier to take macro photography, there is an option called ‘Notify about orientation’ which will indicate where the orientation is when shooting parallel to the ground or something.
The last camera of the 4 rear cameras of the Redmi Note 10S is a depth sensor which has a resolution of 2 MP. This allows the phone to detect depth between the main subject and the background, which can produce a bokeh effect to make photos look more dramatic.
You can adjust how intense the bokeh is behind the main subject by using the sliders listed. No less practical is that the bokeh effect can be adjusted even after the picture has been taken. Therefore, you can concentrate more on the composition on the screen. Bokeh intensity can be selected up to f / 1.0 to f / 16.
Inside the camera application, there are Pro, Video, Photo, Portrait, and More modes. If you choose Pro mode, it allows you to manually adjust White Balance, Focus, Shutter Speed, ISO, Exposure. Thus you are more creative to produce photos. Meanwhile, the ‘More’ mode allows you to have several more options such as 64 MP, Short Video, Panorama, Slow Motion, Time-lapse, Panorama, and Documents.
Shooting in ‘Documents’ mode comes in handy when you want to save physical documents digitally. It functions as if it were a scanner. After taking a photo, the phone will automatically crop the edges of the document. There is also the option ‘B&W’ method for producing documents like photocopies, and ‘Enhanced’ which is able to produce sharper document colors.
From the video recording sector, the results are guaranteed to be stable thanks to the ‘Image stabilization’ feature. This feature allows for stable results even when recording while running. This stabilization also helps with sharp night videos because it uses a low shutter speed.