Following some great camera samples taken with the upcoming OnePlus One 13MP camera, photographer Martin Mal has published a comparison pitting the phone against the Oppo Find 5 and a Nikon 3100 DSLR.
The photographer set up to compare the trio in a number of challenges including bright and soft light, close up macro, low and extreme low light as well as landscape and depth of field. He says that all cameras were shooting in auto mode with flash turned off. No tripods and HDR modes are used.
Now, onto the photos. While the Find 5 may not be the best contender for the OnePlus One considering the Find 7 is soon to be released, it doesn't take away from the comprehensive comparison. We're especially intrigued how the OnePlus One does against a full-fledged DSLR like the Nikon D3100 and its 14MP sensor with 18/55mm lens.Bright light
As you can see, the OnePlus One's samples are a bit oversaturated, but there's plenty of detail and the amount of noise in the photos is minimal.
And to top it all off, Martin Mal has also shot a 1-minute 4K video with the OnePlus One's 13MP f/2.0 camera. You can check out the video samples below, but we suggest you open it in fullscreen mode and choose 2160p (4K) quality.
The OnePlus One smartphone is having its official announcement on April 23. The phone packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset with a 2.5GHz quad-core CPU and 3GB of RAM as well as a 5.5" full HD JDI display (resulting in a pixel density of 401ppi).
The phone's StyleSwap back covers have leaked recently giving us an even better idea of what the phone would look like.
Hi Guys, I am not able to play 4k video in my one plus one
pls try the camera if it is good on low light moving objects, other phones have problems with that, they tend to have blurry images when shooting a fast moving object or night time shots. Camera becomes slow and laggy, thanks in advance!
How do we even know these photos are actually taken with the OPO? There is no EXIF data. For all we know they were shot with another camera or edited in Photoshop. I sent the originator of the photos a message on the OnePlus site asking if he would m...