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Redmi 7A Camera Test: What works and what doesn't

By: The Mobile Indian network, New Delhi Last updated : Monday, July, 08 2019

Redmi 7A comes with a single 12MP AI rear camera with Sony IMX 486 sensor along with an LED flash, PDAF phase focus, AI beauty and on the front, it has a 5MP AI selfie shooter. Let's check out the camera performance of the Redmi 7A and see whether it can deliver some good results or not.

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Daylight, Landscape

1/ 12

Starting with the first image, you can see that the colours a bit washed in nature and the detailing is not that great. However, the colour of the sky was still a bit close to the source.

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Daylight, Macro

2/ 12

The phone did a good job here as the colours were close to the source and the detailing was decent enough. The background blur looked natural and overall it was fast to lock focus as well. 

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Daylight, Close Up

3/ 12

In this close-up shot, the photo of mangoes came out to be decent and one can see different shades of green and yellow quite easily. However, the image looked a bit dull in nature.

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Daylight, Macro

4/ 12

The phone once again did a decent job in the macro shot as the image came out to be above average. The colours were a bit muted and when you zoom in, you can see the lost of details.

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Lowligth, HDR

5/ 12

In low light condition, the phone struggles a lot. The photo came out to be grainy and full of noises. One can notice that stems of the leaves were captured with not much so details.

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Low Light, Close Up

6/ 12

In this low light close up shot, we noticed that the colours were a bit dull in nature. The phone captured some good detailing here, though noises were quite visible in this image.

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

7/ 12

We took this shot in the normal mode and the results were satisfactory. The colour of leaves and fences were close to the source. However, the detailing could have been better. 

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

8/ 12

In this photo, the Redmi 7A delivered some above average shot. The colours looked natural, though the detailing was not too point and you can see noises when you zoom in.

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Low Light, Ultra Low Light condition

9/ 12

The photo was taken in ultra low light condition and the result was quite below average. The photo came out to be full of noises and grains were prominently visible in this image.

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Low Light, Macro

10/ 12

In macro shots taken during low light, we noticed that we need to keep the photo steady or else the subject will be blurred out in nature. In this photo, we noticed that the subject was a bit blurry in nature and the colours were a bit washed out in nature. 

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

11/ 12

The photo came out to be quite average in nature. One can notice noises in the sky and the other details were not satisfactory in nature. One can see that clothes hanging on the side came out to be a bit blurry and grains were quite prominent on this image as well.

Redmi 7A Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

12/ 12

Lastly, the photo from taken from Redmi 7A came out to be average in our opinion. When you zoom in, you will notice noises and grains on the building and details were not that great, to be honest.

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