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The OnePlus 10 Pro features an improved RAW mode and a wider camera

The upcoming OnePlus 10 Pro has been given some more details, focusing this time on its camera specifications. In terms of hardware upgrades, this second-generation partnership with Hasselblad appears to be mostly software-based except for a new ultrawide lens.

According to some basic camera specs we learned earlier this week, the OnePlus 10 will have a triple rear camera – most likely the same 48-megapixel main camera, 50-megapixel ultrawide camera, and 8-megapixel telephoto camera configuration as last year.

In comparison to the 16 megapixel selfie camera on the 9 and 9 Pro, the 32 megapixel front-facing camera is a significant upgrade.

A wide camera and an improved RAW mode are among the features of the OnePlus 10 Pro

There is a new shooting mode called RAW Plus in this update, which looks more like Apple’s ProRAW

This is a nice upgrade over the RAW mode offered by the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro for those wanting to work with data-rich RAW files while still retaining the advanced image processing of smartphone cameras.

To control exposure settings and shoot 12-bit RAW files, you can use all three rear cameras with the updated Hasselblad Pro Mode. 

Our previous experience with the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro’s Pro Mode was really intuitive, so we’re excited to see how it compares to the new one.

You can also record videos manually in Movie Mode. There are controls over ISO and shutter speed, as well as access to a LOG format for improved color grading post-capture.

Hasselblad provided color tuning for the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro cameras, and OnePlus continues to leverage that partnership.

Each of the three rear cameras on the phone captures 10-bit color using Hasselblad‘s color technology and Oppo’s “Billion Color Solution.” 

As long as you’re viewing the images on a screen that displays all the colors, color gradients in images will appear smoother.

The new camera has an ultrawide sensor with an extreme 150-degree field of view, about the size of a 35mm film.

Taking pictures with this lens’ new fisheye mode makes for an interesting combination if you are aiming for an artistic shot.

You can also select a 110-degree wide-angle mode if you prefer a more narrow view. In this regard, it is somewhat similar to the 14mm equivalent of the 9 and 9 Pro, which uses AI distortion correction.

OnePlus dropped the monochrome camera, as well as another hardware change. In previous models, this chip was included to assist with black-and-white photography. 

OnePlus 10 Pro isn’t surprising other than the camera updates so far. The device will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, have a 120Hz screen, and support 50W wireless charging – all of which line up with previous OnePlus flagships.

On Monday, January 11th, the product will launch in China, with other regions to follow later in the year.

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