The OPPO Reno 10x Zoom boasts of three cameras. The main one needs no introduction, as it is the same 48 megapixel Sony IMX586 you’ll hear of on many other flagships this year. Don’t be fooled though, as the sensor operates in 12 megapixel mode primarily, using a Quad Bayer/Quad Pixel filter to produce high-quality photos even in low light situations. There is also an 8 megapixel wide-angle camera that, unfair as it may sound, is mostly uninteresting compared to the other two.
The most interesting of the three is, of course, the 13 megapixel telephoto camera for two reasons. One is that it uses that periscope-style lens layout that allows OPPO to cram more lenses in almost the same space as any other smartphone camera lens. The other is directly related to that. That space-saving layout allows OPPO to offer 5x lossless zoom, same as the Huawei P30 Pro, and a more advertised 10x hybrid zoom. That’s the theory but how does it perform in practice? Quite well, actually, as long as you also set your expectations correctly. Even with all the innovation and the hype, a smartphone’s cramped space is still easily outmatched by dedicated cameras with powerful lenses.
The OPPO Reno 10x Zoom performs best in 1x and 2x zoom, especially in well-lit environments. At 6x zoom, you still get usable details but the color and white balance start to lose their quality. At 10x things start to get grainy. Forget about using the 60x hybrid zoom for any sleuthing, as you will get practically unusable results.
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