More Microsoft Lumia Smartphone Camera Samples Shows How Great The Rear Shooter Is

Omar Sohail
Posted 12 months ago

The last time we showed you camera samples of the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, both devices showed that the camera sensor is far superior compared to the company’s previous generation Lumia 1520. Now, we have more camera samples for you in order to showcase how brilliant the sensor is.

Here Are The Camera Samples Of The 20MP Rear Snapper Of Microsoft’s Lumia 950 And 950 XL

Thanks to a Reddit user going by the name of Brandon LeBlanc, we can showcase to you the prowess of the rear camera sensor. These images have been given below, but let us go into more detail concerning all the features of both camera sensors. Starting off with the hardware side first, both Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL sport a 20MP advanced BSI sensor, and if you want to capture images in a low-light environment or want to focus on an object, then the camera’s aperture of  F1.9 will be the perfect weapon for this kind of scenario.

Additionally, there is a triple-LED natural flash, coupled with a fifth-generation optical image stabilization chip that will clearly snap images with minimum amount of blur. Moreover, smartphone cameras are limited when ISO sensitivity is concerned but these camera sensors go all the way up to ISO 12800, although if you increase this value, the image might appear brighter in low-light conditions, at the cost of image and video quality. Since these devices are high-end, there is support for 4K video at a steady frame rate of 30FPS, and for selfies, there is a 5-megapixel wide-angle front-facing camera.

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The remaining features have been listed below, along with the advantages that they bring to the table.

  • Rich Capture mode: It uses two exposure times for the same image: short for the moving object and long for the static part of the image.
  • New Flash system: The natural three LED (red, green, blue) flash automatically matches the colors of the ambient light. This means that if you’re taking a photo outside at twilight, the flash will produce a blue light to complement the bluish color of the scene, and if you’re taking a photo of a candlelit dinner, the flash will adjust to expose candlelight.
  • Dynamic Flash: The camera takes two photos, one with flash and one without, and we use very clever algorithms to get the best of both.

Now for the camera samples that you have been waiting for; they have been given below:


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