The new android smartphones focus on the feature of their amazing cameras. Honor Magic4 Pro has a 12-MP front camera, and the automatic HDR mode balances photos against the light. The smartphone also has a highly adjustable beauty setting and a Bokeh mode, which is just the tip of the iceberg. There is much more to learn about Honor Magic4Pro and its hidden features.
This article shares a detailed review of the camera to help you understand more about the great camera and how you can use it to improve your photography. So let us get into the detail.
Let us first begin with the camera specifications
- PDAF, Laser-AF, f/1.8 aperture, 23mm equivalent focal length, 50MP 1/1.56′′ sensor primary
- 50MP 1/2.5-inch sensor, 13mm equivalent focal length, and f/2.2 aperture lens for ultra-wide
- Tele: 90mm equivalent focal length, f/3.5 aperture, OIS, 64MP 1/2.0′′ sensor, 0.7 m pixels
- LED blink
- Sensor for 3D Time-of-Flight
- Flash sensor
- (Tested at 4K/30fps) 4K at 30/60fps, 1080p at 30/60fps
The 50-MP sensor serves as the primary sensor for the three cameras. As a result, pictures taken in broad daylight have excellent contrast and are quite detailed. In addition, the dynamic range of the Magic4 Pro also results in visually appealing images. As a result, the Honor smartphone’s overall visual composition has earned the highest praise.
Although the ultrawide sensor is smaller than the primary sensor, it has a resolution of 50 MP. As a result, it produces pleasing images in daylight and no chromatic aberrations. The periscope optics provides up to 100x digital and 3.5x optical zoom. Up to around a 10x zoom, pictures are better, but the clarity and information are lost.
Honor Magic4Pro has a standard video mode that enables aspect ratios of 16:9 or 21:9 and resolutions up to Ultra HD at 30 or 60 frames per second. In addition, one can select between 30 and 24 FPS (UHD), an optional HDR10+ mode, and the LOG mode by switching to the film mode (60 FPS). The LOG mode promises extra post-processing options and has an exceptionally high bitrate.
The Honor Magic4 Pro shares many of the same parts as some of the other Honor smartphone line-ups, including the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset and a 6.81-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1312 x 2848. The 3.5x telephoto lens in the camera module is identical; however, the primary and ultra-wide cameras have lower sensors and lack optical image stabilization compared to the flagship model. The Magic4 Pro produces excellent image quality in sunny outdoor settings. The camera captures great exposure, detail, and noise control in this cityscape image. In addition, there is a faint color cast visible.
In photo mode, the camera produces excellent images in bright light and indoor settings. A wide dynamic range and good exposure guarantee good shadow and highlight detail. In strong light and indoors, there is a very good trade-off between texture and noise, but in low light, there is a loss of clarity, and some chroma noise becomes apparent, but the focusing is often quick and precise.
The Magic4 Pro captures great, bright colors and a broad dynamic range. The camera creates a solid exposure and wide dynamic range in this nighttime photograph with no flash. Ultra-wide photographs typically have superb detail, controlled noise, proper exposure, and pleasing color schemes.