Huawei P60 Pro Captured Moon Obscuring Venus
Last night, people around the world witnessed a rare and magical sight in the sky – a “moon over Venus”. A round of curved crescent moon and Venus appeared in the night sky shortly after sunset. The moon slowly covered Venus from its dark edge, and after disappearing for a while, Venus reappeared from the bright edge of the moon. This beautiful celestial event has mesmerized people for centuries, and many captured it in photographs, including Huawei cell phone product line vice president Bruce Lee who showcased his new machine, the P60 Pro.
The P60 Pro captured an incredible image of the moon obscuring Venus, with Venus shining like gold and the outline of some craters on the moon clearly visible. But the focus was on another picture, which not only captured the moon obscuring Venus but also perfectly restored the effect of buildings and lights.
This remarkable image was possible due to the P60 Pro’s super night vision telephoto technology, which is equipped with a 48-megapixel lens with RYYB arrangement. The P60 Pro supports super night vision telephoto, telephoto macro, and 3.5x optical zoom. Additionally, the P60 Pro boasts the industry’s largest F2.1 aperture and the industry’s largest light intake, which is an incredible 488% more than Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Thanks to this technology, the P60 Pro can shoot the night into the day and upgrade the super moon mode. This allows the surrounding scenery and the moon to be captured together, with even the darkest details clearly visible.
The P60 Pro is an example of how technology is making it possible to capture the natural wonders of the world in ways that were once impossible. It is exciting to think about what other technological advancements will allow us to see in the future. For now, we can appreciate the beauty of the moon over Venus, captured by the P60 Pro, and marvel at the wonders of the universe.