in fact, this smartphone is just eminently suitable to take photos in low light: indoors, at a party, at a concert or event, in a beautifully lit restaurant or on the street. You make beautiful evening and night shots with this device. How is this possible?Read also Tested: is the new Huawei P30 worth the money? Newly designed image sensor
Some shooting in low light especially makes it difficult, is that in those situations usually also a strong contrast. In a restaurant, or in the evening on the street there are places where little or no light falls, but also areas that in the circumstances quite a lot of light capture. the
In a restaurant is the tables and a painting on the wall, brightly lit, whereas the rest considerably darker. Outside you have to contend with light poles, façade lighting and the interior lighting of houses and buildings. At the same time, remains much of the surrounding area in darkness shrouded, because there is barely any light. Low light situations are difficult, therefore, for cameras. Not only for smartphones but also for traditional cameras. the
With the Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei Mate20 Pro, you could have already great pictures in low light, thanks to the special ‘night mode function". The Huawei P30 Pro pulls this to an even higher level thanks to improvements to both the hardware and the software. the
First of all, the P30 Pro about a completely newly designed sensor. Where camerasensoren usually are sensitive for the primary colors red, green, and blue, this is the sensor of the P30 Pro has changed in red, yellow and blue. Because yellow not a primary colour, it was Huawei the entire supply chain, from sensor, through image processing, to the final photo, completely re-design.
Why all this trouble? By yellow instead of green to use, the light output is hugely increased: up to four times as high. This means that the already high light sensitivity of 102,400 can be reached iso of the sensor of the P20 Pro at the sensor of the P30 Pro has risen to a staggering 409.600 iso. That makes this a sensor four times as sensitive to light. the
A side effect of high isowaarden is that there is a lot of noise in images arises. Huawei solves this with AI, because to take a picture with the highest possible image quality, depending on the lighting conditions of up to six seconds of highlights and different images combined with each other. Does this mean that you now suddenly have a tripod need? No, you can't keep the camera just as you're used to, press and wait until the phone call indicates that the photo is ready. All you have to do. the
The big advantage is that the camera seconds the time has enough light-gathering for a perfectly exposed image with minimum noise. Dark areas are automatically longer exposed, so that they are clearly visible. Places with lots of light, less long, that overexposure is prevented. the
Thanks to the AI, you get a photo that best highlights is that you can use immediately. Really everyone can make nice pictures in low light, without special equipment and without in camera techniques to delve.