Vivo presented flagship smartphones X100 i, received Impressive opportunities for photo and video shooting. The company is not new to smartography: Vivo and Zeiss are organizing an annual photo competition dedicated to mobile phones. photographs.Zeiss. New portable devices, developed jointly with X100 Pro
The new X100 Pro smartphone has a 50-megapixel main camera now has a large 1-inch sensor:
Image stabilization at the level of a DSLR camera. Developed in collaboration with ZEISS
An example of shooting with the main camera
In addition, there are ultra-wide-angle and telemodules. The telephoto lens features a Zeiss APO floating design with Vario APO Sonnar elements:
The telephoto lens module was also developed with ZEISS
Example of shooting with a telephoto lens
“It uses a floating element design, which sets a new standard with unprecedented f/2.5 aperture, providing high image quality in various scenes, even in range of 6x–10x, says Vivo. —Floating element design Provides improved close focusing when used telephoto lens”.
X100 Pro became the first mobile processing system images that have received an APO certificate, which means a significant reduction chromatic aberrations. The main camera of the device also received what Vivo calls “optically precise calibration” that “guarantees sharpness and overall image quality”.
The younger X100 model may not have received the latest technology X100 Pro, but it also promises high-quality optical performance thanks to Zeiss developments. X100 features a 50-megapixel main camera VCS True Color, but with a smaller sensor (Type 1/1.49”), 64-megapixel telephoto module with 3x zoom and 50 megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera.
Vivo says the X100 series has been optimized for shooting sunrise and sunset. Using improved lenses and updated algorithm Origin Imaging Engine, camera promises better image quality, color tone and computational photography. In particular, for the “golden hour” the smartphone has special software for determining the red sun and more accurate shooting.
Improved processing also applies to portrait and night shots photos of what Vivo says is a more powerful V3 chip built on 6nm technical process, provides better image quality in all directions, especially for portraiture and low-light work. X100 Pro received All-new cinematic 4K portrait video mode. Both phones have signature Zeiss bokeh effects.
Another new feature of the Vivo X series is the multifocal mode. professional photography Zeiss, which allows you to take “professional portraits” with a focal length of up to 100 mm. There’s also a new bokeh mode in Zeiss B-speed style is the latest addition to the Zeiss Style Portrait package. The B-Speed bokeh effect is based on classic high-speed Zeiss cine lenses from the mid-1970s.
Both smartphones are built on the Dimensity 9300 chipset from MediaTek and have the same 6.78-inch OLED screen. They are also waterproof and have IP68 protection class and elegant aluminum construction. Main Difference between devices lies in the visualization system.
Vivo X100 in blue color
The X100 series devices are available in “star trail inspired” blue and “asteroid black” colours.
Vivo X100 in “asteroid black” color
What about the prices?
Pricing has not yet been announced, but in Hong Kong the X100 and X100 Pro are up for pre-orders at $770 and $1,020 respectively.