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Tips on Choosing the Dual Camera Smartphone That Fits Your Needs

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The development of smartphones is moving so quickly to bring things that were once unthinkable. One of the most attention-grabbing sectors is the camera. The manufacturers are currently competing to bring dual camera smartphone.

Dual Camera or stereo camera is a type of camera that has two lenses with the image sensor or separate film frame for each lens. This allows the camera to simulate the vision of human binoculars. Even giving the ability to capture three-dimensional images, this process is known as stereo photography.

An eye-catching photo with the dual camera makes you more exist in social media. Continuity between dual camera smartphone produces better quality photos, closer to SLR camera photo quality.

But before you choose a dual camera smartphone, you should know that each manufacturer develops photography technology with different purposes. Primary camera lens to do the same work or slightly modified like a smartphone camera in general. But the second lens performs a function according to the manufacturer’s trend towards the desired feature.

The Type of Dual Camera Smartphone

Wide angle

Imagine you are traveling in the mountains, of course, you want to show others the beautiful scenery behind you. But with the normal camera on the smartphone is not wide enough to capture the entire scene. Smartphones with the wide-angle lens can capture a wider angle so that the beautiful scenery can be loaded more in your photos. Currently, the widest lens angle that achieved dual camera smartphone is 135 degrees that are on Infinix S2 Pro smartphone.

Tele

 

Are you familiar with the macro photo? The photos taken at close range to get high detail without the help of an optical magnifier like a microscope. For example a picture of morning dew on a leaf cross section, or a photo of an insect above a tree trunk.

Smartphones that have the tele ability like this is suitable for taking macro photos, is not as good as the results of the SLR camera, but talk about simplicity, the dual camera smartphone is still reliable. The optical zoom level achieved by today’s dual camera smartphones is twice. However, OPPO is currently developing up to five times optical zoom even though its products have not been circulating in the market yet.

 

Bokeh

This term more often arises because with a blurred background/blur look more artistic. To take a photo bokeh should closer the object distance with the camera and keep the object in the background. Outdoor conditions, as well as low aperture settings, also affect the taking of bokeh photos. Smartphones with two rear cameras that have bokeh ability is already a lot of market with a competitive price.

Monochrome

You are just learning photography, it is recommended to often experiment with monochrome/black and white photographs because the basic techniques in photography are the lighting, contrast, and composition of the photo object, most appropriate when shooting with monochrome techniques. Smartphone camera that has the ability to capture monochrome images is perfect for those who want to explore the art of photography, especially mobile photography. This dual camera smartphone has two lenses, one of which controls the capture of light, detail, and depth so that the photo looks more dramatic. A good example of a monochrome photo is a close-up of one’s expression, a photograph of an object in a museum that features patterns, plays contrast and side lighting.

Smartphone camera that has the ability to capture monochrome images is perfect for those who want to explore the art of photography, especially mobile photography. This dual camera smartphone has two lenses, one of which controls the capture of light, detail, and depth so that the photo looks more dramatic. A good example of a monochrome photo is a close-up of one’s expression, a photograph of an object in a museum that features patterns, plays contrast and side lighting.

This dual camera smartphone has two lenses, one of which controls the capture of light, detail, and depth so that the photo looks more dramatic. A good example of a monochrome photo is a close-up of one’s expression, a photograph of an object in a museum that features patterns, plays contrast and side lighting.

Producing bokeh and monochrome photos should not use sophisticated cameras like SLR cameras, but you can also experiment with smartphone cameras. Currently many are offered the double rear camera on the smartphone. The color lens (RGB) helps capture color while the monochrome lens to produce the perfect details. Equipped with SLR and classic mono features, it’s easy to capture bokeh and monochrome photos.

The most famous manufacturer in the monochrome class, of course, is Huawei who collaborated with Leica via Huawei P9 and Huawei P10 smartphones. But if you are looking for a more affordable alternative but still reliable, Coolpad Cool Dual can be an option.