By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi -Thursday, May, 01 2014
Its USP is its rotating camera module which allows using its 13 megapixel rear camera as a front camera.
The Oppo N1's 13 megapixel camera knows where to focus and to show colours as they are in natural lighting conditions. In indoor situations colour reproduction was below par.
As one can see we have taken this close up shot in natural lighting and Oppo N1's camera easily performed the auto focus without much hassle.
However, the 13 megapixel camera was at pain to focus and get details when it comes to capturing distant objects which is quite clear in this picture.
The 13 megapixel camera of Oppo N1 burns out the picture if it is taken against the sunlight.
This image was captured in HDR mode and the phone did a decent job in that by capturing more light.
It was taken without the HDR mode.Detailing was decent but sharpness was missing.
The Oppo N1's camera does a decent job in capturing images in very feeble light without flash.
The dual LED lights of Oppo N1 does a decent job in illuminating close objects.
We tried capturing the bird but the Oppo N1's camera didn't yield to our wish. Details were missing and even slightest cropping ruined the picture.
With cropping out of option, now in this snap we used digital zoom facility to capture the bird. The final result: bird captured accompanied with noise and lacked detailing.
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