Relances P30 Pro de Huawei, pour que le bar pour P30 Pro de faible luminosité photographie

Relances P30 Pro de Huawei, pour que le bar pour P30 Pro de faible luminosité photographie

Huawei’s P30 Pro raises the bar for low-light photography

Avant d’obtenir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument analyse les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de lire les blagues chaque jours de manière gréable ?

Huawei soulève la barre faible luminositéent photographie


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22 réflexions au sujet de “Relances P30 Pro de Huawei, pour que le bar pour P30 Pro de faible luminosité photographie”

  1. As a Pixel user, hell yeah. Good to finally see some proper competition. These results are impressive af and I’m excited to see what Google does next. I think they’ve pushed that 12MP sensor as hard as they can with their software so hopefully the ~~p4~~ Pixel 4 will have better hardware that can make that software go even further. Even a depth sensor would probably go a long way in terms of focusing in low light.

  2. Why the fuck aren’t people showing the P30’s night mode? Yes, we get it, their default is already better than everyone else ya da ya. But I still want to see what their specifically tuned night mode is capable of. Is that too much to ask?

    >Huawei has a similar night mode, **but I find that completely unnecessary with the P30 Pro**: this camera shoots better low-light photos than Google Night Sight without the need for a long exposure.

    The fuck? I don’t care if you deem it unnecessary, at least show one sample to justify that and so that the readers can judge it for themselves.

  3. Not even using seconds long exposures. How is this even possible. Pixel uses ~4 second exposure and it looks just bad in comparison.

    Most DSLRs would struggle in these circumstances.

    Edit: when I say ~4 second exposure I mean TOTAL exposure not individual exposures.

  4. Bro this is ridiculous. I thought Night Sight was ridiculous but this is on a whole new level. So much wow. If only the US carriers sold them. RIP.

  5. So by the looks of it, it blows away the Pixel 3. What is Huawei doing to get light from a dark room? I’m curious for the full reviews. This seems almost too good.

  6. So I’m a photo enthusiast. I got DSLRs, and I’ve installed Google night sight on my note 9… And I’m always pulled to amazing things like 5x optical and amazing night sight etc.

    So serious question for Android peeps: how much a security concern is a phone like this? I know the company has national problems and obviously China spies on its people… But, as a Canadian dude, is it stupid for me to buy one?

    EDIT: Well that was quite the variety of opinions!

    For context, I am a physician, and I install secure applications that, for example, access my patients records and hospital systems. Hardware-level security is an issue to me. At the same time, I totally recognize that I’m not a specific Chinese target! I’m not crazy tin-foily about security.

    So, thanks for all the replies! Keep ’em coming!

  7. I have a question. Whenever the « no os updates » or « stock vs skinned android » subject is raised, [r/android](https://www.reddit.com/r/android) says normal people don’t care about that stuff one bit. Ok, but do normal people really care about camera stuff that much? Improving low-light photography for example? Sure some of you guys here do, but most people outside of [r/android](https://www.reddit.com/r/android) and tech websites, people in the real world? I really doubt it. Most people don’t have photography courses behind their belts, they just point and shoot, post to facebook, instagram and call it a day. So if we can’t talk about os updates issue, as it’s not that important for « normals », let’s tone down this photography craze too.

  8. I don’t think pixel night sight is all that great, if it worked like samsung where it automatically enables it if the shot could use it it would be great. But having to wait for the prompt to pop up, wait the second for it to load and then take the picture just takes too long and often you’ve already missed the shot by that point.

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