Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro Camera Specifications
Vivo X60 series of new products officially began to warm up. Earlier today Vivo announced the first camera samples taken with Vivo X60 Pro, with Zeiss optics camera quality is notably improved. On the Vivo X60 series, Vivo will equip it with an optical lens jointly developed with Zeiss, and the blue Zeiss logo also appears on the body of the X60 series.
As for the camera module specifications, that was a digital chat station also revealed today. Vivo X60 camera sensor includes 48 megapixels main camera coupled with 13 megapixel’s ultra-wide and 13 megapixel’s portrait camera. The Vivo X60 Pro camera includes the same 13 megapixel ultra-wide and 13-megapixel portrait camera, but for the upgrade, Pro is also equipped with an 8 megapixel’s periscope lens.
The main camera is a second-generation micro cloud stage and has Zeiss support, although the CIS hardware has not been upgraded, the Pro aperture upgraded from f/1.6 to f/1.48. Pro telephoto is still 5x optical zoom and 60x digital zoom.
As we all know, Zeiss is a long-established German company with deep technical accumulation in many optical instruments and lenses, and the Zeiss optical lens equipped with the Vivo X60 series is a guarantee of imaging quality. Moreover, the ultra-stable micro cloud stage technology, which was highly praised on the Vivo X50 series, will continue to appear on the X60 series and evolve into a micro cloud stage blacklight night vision 2.0.
It is reported that the ultra-stable micro cloud table technology 2.0 on the Vivo X60 series has a better anti-shake effect and more stable pictures. Thanks to the excellent anti-shake effect of the ultra-stable micro cloud technology, the Vivo X60 series can have a lower shutter speed and higher light intake than other cell phone products in the same class under the same light conditions, which means that the night photography of the X60 series will be more desirable.
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