By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi -Thursday, October, 02 2014
The 13 megapixel rotatable camera of N1 Mini takes a bit of time to focus but it manages to capture colours nicely.
It has no problem whatsoever in capturing images in low light, as this picture shows clearly.
In this mode, the phone can capture brighter images even in low light without using flash, and with much less noise than expected.
Here is a normal shot in broad daylight. Clearly, the 13 megapixel resolution gives lot of clarity to the pictures.
The HDR function as expected captures more light and as in this case, it has almost turned the sky white.
The Oppo N1 Mini comes with Ultra HD mode which helps it to capture images up to 24 megapixel using this 13 megapixel resolution.
This is the cropped version of the image captured in Ultra HD mode.
The Oppo N1 Mini allows to control shutter speed to create an amazing photo effects.
The 13 megapixel snapper comes fairly wide angle lens that would be helpful in capturing bigger objects from close quarters and especially selfies, which again is much easier with its rotating camera.
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