The Motorola One Action was just announced and its unique feature, the Action Cam, is the focus of the first promo videos. You can read our review for an in-depth look into the phone and its cameras, but if you only have a minute, check out this video:
It’s shot in 21:9, of course. That’s the aspect ratio of the phone’s screen and you can set the Action Cam to record 21:9 video too, which works especially well with the 117° ultra wide-angle lens.
Chances are that you’ll be on the move when using the Action Camera, so video stabilization is important. There’s no OIS, but here’s a peek at how the digital stabilization performs:
The Action Camera sports a 16MP sensor, which uses 4-in-1 pixel binning to improve low-light performance (this gives it effectively 2.0µm pixels).
In case you missed it in the first video, the sensor is rotated so holding the phone vertically results in landscape video:
Finally, two more videos showing off a couple of cool modes, timelapse and cinemagraph:
we hath notch ,...we like popup front came
So every manufacturer is worried about cameras being the selling point for all upcoming smartphones? Sad.
guess they will end-up with no customers will be willing to buy their phones... a bit expensive knowledge, but evolution is always an expensive task.