With the invention of microprocessors, the world of digital electronics has been revolutionized. Gone are the days of keeping bulky video and photography cameras. All these have now one solution – a smartphone.
Many phones like Vivo S1 Pro, Vivo Y11, and others now offer quality cameras and advanced functions at the lowest prices.
But sometimes the face of your daughter is blurred as she blows out the candles. Or the flash makes the skin look oily. Many times the picture breaks as you try to read the doctor’s prescription on your phone.
You should evaluate a camera objectively before buying it. Not every person knows how to do this. Following are some pointers to keep in mind before making the purchase.
Megapixels or MP have been the only thing a person looks at before buying a phone. It is usually the one with a greater number of pixels.
Higher MP means that the user has room to crop and edit the picture. And let us agree that most of our pictures are meant for profile pictures or Instagram stories.
Vivo Y11 has a rear camera of 13+2 MP and a front camera of 8 MP.
Again when companies keep on piling up MPs in cameras, they are only trying to attract consumers. Vivo Y11, at first sight, will not seem attractive in terms of MPs, but remember that the sensor in the camera determines the image quality.
More MP does not mean a better image. Rather as you increase the number of pixels in a camera, less light is collected by each pixel and hence the image quality degrades. This is because less light per pixel reaches the sensor. So you have more pixels, but clarity is also degraded in each pixel as well.
We have earlier talked about the sensor, which captures light and is responsible for image quality. In this regard, a Vivo mobile phone does set itself apart. They were the first to include dual cameras. This includes the use of two photo-sensors. It enhances image quality.
Dual Camera setup
In a dual-camera setup, in addition to increased sensitivity of image, it also offers-
- The primary camera takes high-quality coloured images
- The secondary camera performs functions that the former cannot. It will offer additional zoom power, greater clarity (as explained above), and capturing wide-angle photos.
Vivo Y11 is equipped with a dual-camera setup. A rear primary camera of 13 MP and an additional secondary camera of 2 MP.
When looking at camera specifications, you overlook f/1.8 or f/2. This is very important. It tells us f-stop or f-number. It is the ratio of the focal length of a lens to the diameter of the entrance pupil (responsible for regulating light into the camera)
Since it is a fraction, f/2 means that the diameter of the pupil is twice the focal length. So higher is the number followed by “/”, lesser is the aperture diameter and consequently lesser light enters the camera.
F-number has many applications:
- Lower is the quantity following “/” in this annotation, more light is allowed into the camera. You can capture clear images even in low light conditions.
- As the quantity following “/” increases, it also increases the depth of field. You can take clearer background shots with a lens like f/32, f/16 as compared to f/1.8 or f/2.2, making them ideal for landscapes.
- The above point has another side. A f/1.8 or f/2.2 lens will not capture the background clearly. In effect, it will blur it. Putting more focus on the foreground objects. It makes them ideal for portraits.
Vivo Y11 has an f/2.2 primary rear lens and f/2.4 secondary rear lens. It allows the user to take exceptional portrait images in low light conditions.
The front camera has an f/1.8 lens. As explained above, it has a larger aperture to allow more light than even the rear cameras. Selfies from this camera will focus on only you, not the rest of the noisy backdrop. The availability of light creates images with clarity.
Vivo mobile phones are available in each price range. They offer advanced features at minimal rates. Vivo Y11 has all the qualities that have been since discussed. With low light lenses, equipped with two rear cameras and a portrait-ready front camera, it offers all this at only Rs. 9,999.
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