Huawei a essayé maintenant passer photos DSLR pour smartphone coups trois…

Huawei a essayé maintenant passer photos DSLR pour smartphone coups trois…

Huawei has now tried passing off DSLR photos as smartphone shots three times – it should know better

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Huawei a essayé maintenant de passing-off photos DSLR comme smartphone coups trois fois -, il devrait savoir mieux


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  1. The thing that’s even stranger about this is that their phones DO have amazing camera performance. If they didn’t fake it then it could still look every bit as impressive. (assuming they hired a good photographer for the ad campaign, which of course they would.)

  2. This wouldn’t even be an issue if they put a disclaimer watermark to the effect of « SIMULATION. NOT FROM ACTUAL PHONE CAMERA. »

    I mean, that’s what they were trying to do in the first place.

  3. If you advertise a phone’s camera using pictures taken by a professional photographer on a dedicated DSLR camera, that’s not just a « it should know better » moment. That’s a « this is false advertising and illegal and you should be fined by the US government » moment.

  4. Conclusion, if someone cares so much about image quality and photography he should buy a DSLR or Mirrorless and just use his smartphone as Point&Shoot.

  5. both Canon and Nikon are selling entry level DSLRs with promo shots taken with professional full frame models using lenses that are worth 10times the whole kit box they advertise. Samsung was caught many times doing the same. It works. It simply just does. This is exactly the kind of negative PR that in reality still helps, still keeps the product in headlines and has very little negative impact on buyer’s decisions.

  6. It’s funny to see people defend this shit, « bUt hUaWeI nEveR sAiD tHoSE weRE tAkEn by the P30 ».

    Well sherlock, what are they advertising again? That’s right, a phone which its main feature is the CAMERA.

  7. What’s particularly weird is my Huawai phone genuinely gives my old DSLR a run for its money…. (Not comparing brands or anything, but that’s how good modern smartphones are)

  8. Quick, let’s reward this deception by buying up all their phones!

    That’s what people do these days, right? Instead of shunning these companies and their bad business practices, consumers fall for this shit time and again and don’t punish them.

  9. Companies this large don’t give a fuck if they get caught

    btw does anyone have the 3 fake DSLR examples, I’m not a fan of twitter if someone can post an imgur link

  10. This was the response by Huawei:

    >We’ve been made aware that there might have been some misunderstanding regarding our recent HUAWEI P30 Series teaser posters. We would like to reiterate that those are, in fact, only teaser posters, and are only intended to hint at the unique new features that will come with the HUAWEI P30 Series. Huawei has acquired the licenses to the original images and the posters are artistic renditions of said features only. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the media for their interest in our posters. We have much to announce in the coming weeks. Please stay tuned!

    I think people are overreacting to this. Are we to assume that every image used in a smartphone is ad is taken by that smartphone camera? Obviously not.

    They never claimed this images were taken with the P30 and I think any reasonable person would immediately understand that this is a professional ad using professional images to convey the idea that the P30 will have great zoom capabilities.

  11. You got to understand most of the shit is done by the marketing agencies. They are almost always the reason for these things. The phones take some of the best photos from a smartphone…

  12. I don’t believe anyone actually thinks the pics were taken with the P30. On the other hand, some of Apple’s ads specifically state « shot on iPhone », as it was a very specific Apple ad compaign. Now if THOSE pics turned out to be actually shot on a DSLR, then yeah, that’s false advertising. Huawei’s case? Nah, it’s just an ad.

  13. If they really want to look like a dslr, maybe they need to add the Carl Zeiss optics that made the old nokias look fantastic. They hold up well *today*.

  14. Yawn. Wake me up when they’re the only manufacturer that does this. Even the Nokia pureview pulled gimmicks for advertising years back. Doesn’t change the fact that the cameras are amazing and Huawei phones are near unassailable in their quality and value. Only remaining question is which entity you’d like your data to go to.

    PRISM never forget you hypocrites.

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