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Some Amazing Photos Shot On The OnePlus 5

by : Tomi Adebayo on : 01 Aug 1988 13:05

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The new OnePlus 5 sports one of the best smartphone cameras around today. One lens shoots wide, the other is a 2 x telephoto lens and it can shoot portrait too.

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We take it to the streets of Amsterdam and Las Vegas to put it to test, use it in different light conditions and more. We also scanned through some pictures from the #ShotOnOnePlus community and included one of our favourite ones below:

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Just in case you were wondering, the OnePlus 5’s rear wide-angle camera is a 16MP shooter with f/1.7 aperture and its telephoto lens is a whopping 20MP sensor with a f/2.6 aperture. So how well did it perform? You can also view the images on Flickr to see detailed exif data for all the images.

Bokeh/Portrait mode:

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Aperture ƒ/1.7, Shutter speed 1/1943, ISO 320 and Flash off.

Daylight and colours:

Aperture ƒ/1.7, Shutter speed 1/373, ISO 320 and Flash off.

Landscape:

Aperture ƒ/1.7, Shutter speed 1/2045, ISO 200 and Flash off.

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Scenic with motion:

Aperture ƒ/1.7, Shutter speed 1/602, ISO 160, HDR Active and Flash off.

Indoors with High Dynamic Range:

Aperture ƒ/1.7, Shutter speed 1/159, ISO 200, HDR Active and Flash off.

Testing the dynamic range with good contrasts and accurate highlights

Aperture ƒ/1.7, Shutter speed 1/2930, ISO 250, HDR Active and Flash off.

In good lighting, the OnePlus 5 is able to pick up different colour shades of orange and brown:

Aperture ƒ/1.7, Shutter speed 1/2259, ISO 125, HDR Active and Flash off.

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With so many colours here, the camera was able to balance highlights and still get the colours accurately with good contrasts, blacks and whites:

Aperture ƒ/1.7, Shutter speed 1/3388, ISO 125, HDR Active and Flash off.

Lowlight/night photography with 2x Zoom active.

Aperture ƒ/1.7, Shutter speed 1/17, ISO 2500, HDR Active and Flash off.

Want to see more? Visit the community gallery by clicking here. If you have a OnePlus device, you can also add your images using #ShotOnOnePlus.

Tomi Adebayo

I write about all things tech!

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