Over the years, the HUAWEI P series has been designed with photography as one of its central points, innovating to make a reference in both hardware and software and setting the global trend in what a smartphone camera should be.
Now with the arrival of the HUAWEI P60 Pro, the concept of mobile photography is taken to a new level, capturing light as a central element to exploit better results.
HUAWEI P60 Pro, the technical anatomy of your camera
The design of the photo module HUAWEI P60 draws all its attention, as never before, to the main camera, which is located in the center with telephoto and ultra-wide angle in the side sections.
This same main camera is placed on a transparent layer, which seems to be suspended and placed on the top of the phone, which makes it stand out more and gives a thinner visible effect of the device.
This main camera, which now bears the name Ultra Lighting, is 48 megapixels, variable body aperture F/1.4 – F/4.0 and RYYB SuperSensing sensor with up to 10 levels of adjustment for different scenarios.
In the case of the telephoto camera, also called Ultra Illumination, it has 48 megapixels, an RYYB sensor and an optical zoom with up to 3.5x magnification. In addition, it is the first in the world with an F/2.1 aperture and is powered by an anti-vibration sensor.
Not less important is the ultra-angle camera, which has a 13-megapixel sensor and an aperture of F2.2, it stood out for its 200x zoom to capture in a range of 13 to 2700 mm.
You can do it all with one of the most innovative cameras on the market
Each of these HUAWEI P60 Pro cameras has a wide range of applications and scenarios where they can be used to get the best possible results, especially because of its greater input of light compared to other competing models.
The Ultra Illumination main camera uses a group of large transmission lenses to greatly improve the speed of light passing through the sensor, with its improved RYYB SuperSensign sensor, it can more accurately capture different scenarios, such as sunrises, sunsets, but also the environment. as in astrophotography.
The same camera also has an intelligent auto-adjusting physical aperture function between F/1.4 and F/4.0, which adapts to the needs and elements in the scene to be photographed thanks to the use of AI, to achieve the best light conditions. at the right height of the field. Something that is especially useful in environments such as group portraits, environments with bending or in landscapes.
Thanks to this variable aperture, professional images can also be made on the plane most viewed with a reflex camera, but with the convenience of a smartphone. For those who want the most out of it, there are three ways of working: open, professional and intelligent.
The first of which, one opening, is divided into virtual and physical. Virtual uses F/1.4 and an algorithm to achieve the best results when focusing on objects and people. In physics, this can be adjusted for each scenario: F/1.4 for night or scene portraits, F/2.0 for landscapes and city portraits, F/2.8 for flowers and food or F/4.0 for portraits of groups of friends.
In professional mode, you can manually select each hole, take pictures of the same object or place with different light inputs to get the best result.
And finally, the ordinary method of artificial intelligence has helped, which, when we decide to select a specific object or scene, the HUAWEI P60 Pro can automatically identify the environment and choose the aperture size that it considers appropriate. For example, in the case of finding relatives, the opening will be small, but in the night scene it will be larger.
To move the Ultra Illumination telephoto camera, it will be best to have a partner to take close ups even in night scenes, environments such as the sea before sunrise or even lighthouses. If we want to be creative, we can play with the light painting method to capture traffic in the streets of the city with a truly remarkable effect.
We remember that this camera is also the largest aperture ever achieved in a periscopic telephoto lens: F / 2.1, so the HUAWEI P60 Pro can increase the light entry up to 178% compared to previous generations. This gives better results in spaces with little light. For example, imagine you are in a concert and want to capture your song, the camera will allow you to zoom in on the stage and take quality photos even with all the uncertain lighting of the show.
This Ultra Illumination telephoto camera features a long-travel sliding zoom lens group, which means you can smoothly control the focus distance, achieving sharp images at long distance zooms as well as close-ups for macro photography.
We don’t miss the improved engine, XD FUSION PRO, which can accurately recreate the textures of real-world objects.
Just as the hardware improvements in the HUAWEI P60 Pro camera seemed like a lot, the software also had some tweaks. The main feature is the new zoom interface, which uses a ring for better accuracy and higher functionality. Additionally, the live camera menu now includes icons for the most frequently used modes, making it easy to use with one hand.