After revealing the fundamentals of the OnePlus 10 Pro earlier this week, the company is revealing a little more details on the camera’s features.
The company is teaming up with Hasselblad again to create a second-generation camera, but certain new features were missing from the initial announcement. As OnePlus loves to do, it gradually releases information.
And today we have freshly squeezed juice. In terms of hardware, the ultra wide-angle camera has a new 150-degree field of view, but it can be changed to 110 degrees for a less extreme wide shot. There is also a new fisheye mode.
The Hasselblad Pro mode in the OnePlus 10 Pro will now include a new RAW + shooting mode that is similar to Apple’s Pro RAW mode. All three cameras are involved here, and thanks to the Pro mode, you’ll be able to shoot 12-bit RAW files and tinker with exposure settings.
All in all, this sounds like a speedup over the RAW mode of the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro, but with a little computational photography added to it. Software enhancements continue with Movie Mode, which provides ISO and shutter speed control.
The company is also adding new Billion Color Solution processing (borrowed from Oppo) combined with Hasselblad’s own Natural Color Calibration, which means the phone can shoot 10-bit color photos. OnePlus says this allows the OnePlus 10 Pro to capture 64 times more colors than last year’s Pro release.
We already know that the OnePlus 10 Pro will have a 32MP camera on the front – up from 16MP on the OnePlus 9 Pro – and three rear cameras with 48MP, 50MP and 8MP cameras. While the camera protrusion is much larger than its predecessor.