Huawei P60 Pro: F2.1 Ultra Lighting Periscope Camera
Huawei P60 Pro comes with revolutionized ultra-lighting camera system but its zoom camera is using the world’s largest telephoto sensor that stops at F2.1 for maximum brightness in all of the long distant photographs.
Huawei P60 Pro is using Ultra Lighting Telephoto camera with multi-lens groups with f2.1 aperture. The biggest sensor used in any periscope phone. The camera can take up to 178% more light than its predecessor and it’s up to 288% more light for the telescope camera as compared to iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Under the hood, the camera is using 48MP sensor that allows you to retain the details and colors of the zoomed image. The camera has 3.5x optical zoom, 10X digital, and 100x hybrid zoom. However, the entire zoom range is 200x enlightening the end scene with the Huawei XD optics algorithm. The new telephoto camera also let you experience a better super macro shot.
The new optical image stabilization in the telephoto camera allows you to shoot better blur in zoom images with the advanced anti-shake sensor rotation.
Prism OIS and Mirror Group
Looking at a past patent, Huawei is using lenses of different sizes to provide a magnified view of the image. During the focusing process of the telephoto lens switching from the distant view to the close view, the second lens group moves along the optical axis to the object side, and the combined focal length of the first lens group and the second lens group decreases.
However, there’s another improvement made to the periscope camera and it’s the Prism OIS. This part of the camera is now taller than before and provides a wider view of the entire scene. Also, it lets more light into the lens group inside.
Huawei P60 Pro has a new XMAGE algorithm, which improves image processing and refines more light into the output. With these new additions, Huawei P60 Pro brings you the brightest and the highest quality zoom feature that is not available in other phones.