Redmi Note 7 Camera Review 48 MP Resolution Indonesia – Xiaomi through the latest sub brand namely Redmi has officially released the latest cellphone, the Redmi Note 7. For prices and specifications including readable features at the Price of the Redmi Note 7 Indonesia Official Warranty. In this post, we will review the Redmi Note 7 camera which is viral because of the 48 MP resolution in Indonesia. Is the result cool?
The main camera is 48MP and is assisted by a 5MP sensor
The 48MP camera is currently the largest camera resolution on the mobile. From this 48 MP resolution it will produce good images during the day and sweet images when light or night.
This sensor uses a Bayer Quad setting where four pixels are grouped in a box below the filter of the same color so that the 12MP capture is almost captured by 12 million 1.6 μm large pixels. If we take 48MP photos with this arrangement, the photo will not match the quality 48MP photos produced by the sensor with ordinary Bayer filters. The immediate benefit is that users here get sharper 12MP photos with less noise even at high ISO values compared to ordinary 12MP sensors.
The secondary 5MP camera is only used for depth sensing when portrait mode effects are needed, for example. And for the 13MP selfie camera it supports various functions such as HDR, AI beauty, portrait, and mirror functions. However, autofocus is not in the feature list.
Review Camera of the Redmi Note 7 – Camera menu
The default camera application does not change one bit if compared to the Redmi or other MI series. We perli shift left and right various camera modes and we will find additional settings at the top of the application. This allows us to adjust several settings such as beauty, HDR, AI, video mode, image quality, etc.
Review Camera of the Redmi Note 7 – Picture quality
We took pictures of some samples during the day, which turned out to be pretty good. We can expect performance that is quite consistent – there are lots of details, good contrast, punchy colors, even if it’s not accurate, and the sound is almost non-existent.
Constraints encountered when automatic mode, the image is somewhat darker than desired. And the contrast results are a little too high, making the shadow appear darker.
But we will be helped by HDR to overcome this problem. HDR can improve most of the things we mentioned earlier. When turned on, the outgoing image looks brighter and we begin to see some details in the dark part of the image.
AI does nothing for us in terms of features, limited to recognizing objects to be photographed. Do not see significant changes in color, contrast, lighting, etc.
As we have said, the 48MP capability can only be activated in Pro mode. Be prepared for images that are a lot of noise and lose some detail so we don’t recommend shooting in 48MP mode. Using 12MP in Photo mode is very good.
Review Camera of the Redmi Note 7 – Photos low light and Night mode
We were quite impressed with the quality of the picture during night shooting – there was no prominent noise, the details were good and the light source looked rather well-maintained.
Review Camera of the Redmi Note 7 – Portrait
The camera’s portrait mode results in surprisingly good images in its class. Fact, the results of portrait cameras are worse on phones that are far more expensive. The details are good and the background blur level may not be that strong. In other words, we have to do several shots with different distances to produce the desired image according to the original skin color. In addition, this phone seems to work quite well under low light.
Review Camera of the Redmi Note 7 – Selfie
Selfie or selfie turns out to be pretty good with the pictures. The portrait mode also seems pretty good even though there are hardware limitations from the front camera (no secondary camera for depth).
Review Camera of the Redmi Note 7 – Video recording
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 video option is quite limited – only 1080p @ 30fps and 1080 @ 60fps, which is rather strange because this handset drives Snapdragon 660, which is very capable of handling 2160p @ 30fps.
We did try to shoot 4K with third-party applications such as Open Camera and function without problems, which means this feature is artificially disabled for the purpose of market segmentation.
After all, this phone can also record slow motion video in 1080p or 720p at 120fps. Options are available between H.264 and H.265 video encoders.
In addition, EIS works well in 1080p @ 30fps, the video results are stable and don’t shake. While 60fps video recording loses some details (a little shake).
Review Camera of the Redmi Note 7