Actually it is not red tint. If you look , will see the whites are white.
This is because photo is underexposed, considering streets light there are yellow.
Lower iso and faster shutter than other.
If you boost ISO, scene will be light yellow like s20 ultra.
AnonD-923722, 27 Mar 2020If that happens the main cameras quality will not be good in low light, their pixel size will ... moreWhether the image quality would be good or not will entirely depend on how large the center portion of the sensor would be in regular wide angle mode. So the sensor would need to very large in order to achieve this (larger than 1/1.2" is ideal), but since shorter focal length of UWA lens could decrease the vertical height of the camera module, the thickness shouldn't become a huge problem in this case. This phone already has a large sensor for the secondary camera and has F1.8 lens, you can think of my idea as an extension from there. As for the stabilisation.. well, no one is putting OIS on UWA camera because it's not really needed, not because it's impossible to put one. However, it would be definitely necessary if it also served as a replacement of a regular wide angle camera.
DA Gud Shepherd, 27 Mar 2020From the photo quality, it makes no sense buying a $1000+ android phone when the iPhone camera... moreAnd i f you thinks iphones for $1000 dollars are worth it for their cameras, think again, there is the pixel 3a and the soon launched pixel 4a that starts at $399. Also nowadays even flagship killlers take good photos( oneplus and even better with GCAM)
The inly bad thing with huawei's cameras this time is
1. Thin plane of focus because of large sensor (if you want a close up be sure to use the ultra wide)
2. Huawei's skin tone
3. Huawei's video colour
4. Ultra wide lest wide than competition
5. Video at 4k60fps still loses to iphone
DA Gud Shepherd, 27 Mar 2020From the photo quality, it makes no sense buying a $1000+ android phone when the iPhone camera... moreYou're not even looking little educated.. Just a plain Apple fanboy.. Open your eyes.. P40 pro, S20 ultra (mostly) clearly smash iPhone in this comparison
Nick Tagataka, 27 Mar 2020It's good to see that P40 Pro's UWA camera produces some stunning results irrespective of the ... moreIf that happens the main cameras quality will not be good in low light, their pixel size will be too small and tge ultrawide if it is too large will make the aperture smaller, and also ultrawides cannot use OIS. Think again dude.
DA Gud Shepherd, 27 Mar 2020From the photo quality, it makes no sense buying a $1000+ android phone when the iPhone camera... moreYou, a apple fan boy? Iphones hardware are generations behind android but their software make up for it. Stop saying androids aren't worth it, iphones aren't even worth, even the 10R
Nick Tagataka, 27 Mar 2020That's what came up in mind as well when I read the writer's opinion. S20U's regular low light... morehttps://fdn.gsmarena.com/imgroot/reviews/20/huawei-p40-pro-/camera/gsmarena_244.jpg
This one is horrendous too. Like you said, unnecessary blue tinge, coarse noise & artifacts
IMO, P40 Pro shoots the best low light images without night mode involved, images are noise free, perfectly sharp without any sharpening halos, some of (if not the best) i've ever seen.
What's a bit disappointing is, its night mode needs some work. P40 Pro's night mode are hardly any better than those coming out of P30 Pro and Mate 30 Pro (yes, I own both). P40 Pro's night mode only slightly rescues highlights & shadow area but does damage to per pixel detail level
I usually agree with the reviewers here, but not on the Huaweis here.
Purple tinges all over, inconsistent color from both Huaweis, but especially the P40.
I'd take the S20 Ultra any day, and the iPhone second, which is actually very well balanced.
It's good to see that P40 Pro's UWA camera produces some stunning results irrespective of the amount of light in the frame, but this left me with one big question: Why not just use a huge high res sensor (let's say 80MP Quad Bayer) for UWA and crop the center portion to get a regular wide angle shot? Not only will it save space inside the phone, but won't that help for stabilisation and smooth digital zoom during the video recording as well?
DA Gud Shepherd, 27 Mar 2020From the photo quality, it makes no sense buying a $1000+ android phone when the iPhone camera... moreHave to agree. The iPhone 11 Pro is Apple's finest, hence the price. It does all the "average and above average" phone user wants. With the Androids, at the same price, I'm left wanting. I'm hoping the Pixel 5, with the decidedly mid ranged chips are able to perform still. Their price is likely to be much keener this year, and hopefully the processor is not too limiting. Be interesting to see how the 765 does against the top end Snapdragons. I assume it out performs an 835.
DA Gud Shepherd, 27 Mar 2020From the photo quality, it makes no sense buying a $1000+ android phone when the iPhone camera... moreDoes the OnePlus not have an issue with colours when sharing photos though? Saw it on a Mr Mobile review of the 7T, have to be manually adjusted, something that really should be mentioned more in the "reviews".
SMH, 27 Mar 2020The review should only have 2020 flagship smartphones compared. And it’s predecessor in a diff... moreBut the P30 has Google services, and is probably a good choice for those on a budget, as it is likely to be available at a great price now. Also, you wanna see what's improved. My regret is no Pixel 4 in there. But then, how many do you do?
I actually preferred the daytime shots of the S20 Ultra. I like the resolved detail and the fact that it isn't overly bright.
Would I get the phone because of it? No since camera isn't on my top 5 of importance but good to know that the Galaxy had fixed their bland picture issues from when the review units came out.
The review should only have 2020 flagship smartphones compared. And it’s predecessor in a different one. SMH
Anyway, not large quantities of these new huawei expensive devices will be seen outside china, besides being expensive, normal standard average users, which are the vast majority, will go away these googleless gadgets, only hard core fanboys of ccp devices will look for them, outside china, that is
fslwbw11, 27 Mar 2020I dunno why gsma praise s20 ultra's night samples so much, yes they are the most lively lookin... moreThat's what came up in mind as well when I read the writer's opinion. S20U's regular low light shots look quite noisy for a 1/1.33" sensor, and while the night mode does bring extra pop in colours and reduces luminance noise in shadows effectively, it also introduces excessive amount of chroma noise and blotchy sharpening artifacts to the image as well, like on this one.
Not to mention that it also tends to add a heavy blue tint on fluorescent light sources, which is not how the actual scenes should look like in real life. Quite unfortunate because 4x zoom camera is producing some really stunning results both in auto and night mode.
I dunno why gsma praise s20 ultra's night samples so much, yes they are the most lively looking but too damn noisy & overprocessed