Oppo Reno 10x Zoom Version To Tell You How Beautiful The Lens Of The “thousand And One” Location


[Bestbuy618 cell phone channel] directed by Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli production of the animated film “Thousand and a Thousand” (Thousand and a Thousand) in Japan on July 20, 2001 release, the film was initially in Japan’s 47 prefectures for free preview activities, in the release of 10 days time to attract 10 viewers to watch, with 30.8 billion yen box office ranking The box office list tops, has not been surpassed, and This “soup kitchen” has the style of a Japanese palace but staggered forest, with decorative foot buildings, windy store signs, and the appearance of the night lights, etc., and the scene of HongYaDong in Chongqing, China is very similar, many netizens have speculated “soup kitchen” is HongYiDong in Chongqing, China, many netizens have speculated “soup kitchen” Is Hongya Cave’s night scene as brilliant as the film’s “soup kitchen”?

We arrive at Hongya Cave as night falls with a gentle evening breeze. Hong Yadong is one of Chongqing’s ancient gates, and as a tourist attraction, it attracts more visitors, especially when it is lit up at 6pm.OPPO Reno 10x zoom version shooting sample photos Due to the large number of tourists watching HongYaDong, I couldn’t go downstairs to take pictures, so the majority of the sample photos were taken on the QianTongMen Bridge adjacent to HongYaDong. We can walk from the top of HongYaDong to the sidewalk of QianGongMen Bridge and find a spot with an open view by the guardrail; the farther you walk, the fewer tourists there are, so you can get a better panoramic view of HongYaDong.

Furthermore, the Hong Yadong half-overhead shot best reflects the building’s bright lights and the bustling city scene behind it. Although the distance is a little far, I used the OPPO Reno 10x zoom version of the phone to shoot, which not only allows me to shoot more clearly, but also allows me to shoot farther.

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As seen in the sample image above, Hong Yadong is beautifully photographed with the OPPO Reno 10x zoom version’s 48-megapixel super-HD main camera, and when viewed from the side, the cluster of hanging foot towers built on the slope demonstrates the characteristics of traditional Bayu architecture, forming a unique linear road space and revealing the three-dimensional layering of Chongqing. Even when shooting with a 10x hybrid optical zoom, the textural details of the buildings, whether it’s the lighting or the relief patterns on the walls, are exquisite. It’s worth noting that I shot in Ultra HD Night View 2.0 mode, which brightened the details in the dark areas and captured the highlights well. The new Ultra HD Night View 2.0 algorithm uses compound multi-frame noise reduction and multi-frame HDR technology to achieve noise reduction, handheld anti-shake, highlight suppression, dynamic range enhancement, and a series of complex algorithms to select multiple normally exposed photos for noise reduction processing to remove noise from the picture to ensure pure and clear, only 2 to 3 seconds to shoot a good night scene with no exposure in bright places.

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The Chiantongmen Bridge is beautiful in its own right, but it’s also a great place to photograph the night view of Hongyadong and Chongqing Grand Theatre. It spans the Jialing River, and you can occasionally look down and see cruise ships slowly passing by. Standing on the opposite side of the river from Hongyadong and shooting with the 8 megapixel ultra-wide angle of the OPPO Reno 10x zoom version, you can take in the magical HongYaDong with its bright lights, the bustling core of Chongqing behind it, the spectacular QianTongMen Bridge, and the Jialing River in front of you.

Although Hongya Cave is only a small part of the picture from this angle, it is still outlined by the lights in stark contrast to the modern architecture behind it. It’s worth noting that I shot in Ultra HD Night Scene 2.0 mode, which brightened up the details in the dark areas and captured the highlights very well.

After admiring the beautiful night view of Hongyadong, we made our way to the nearby People’s Liberation Monument Square. The Liberation Monument Square, as one of Chongqing’s sights, has both the cultural atmosphere of old Yuzhong and the atmosphere of modern development.

Not only can we see the elderly people who frequently play cards near the bus station, but the Luzumiao Flower Market is also very attractive. We stopped at a distance to take pictures of the Liberation Monument because we couldn’t keep up physically. The distance between where I was standing and the Liberation Monument is clearly visible in the sample image below.

After shooting with 1x, 6x, and 10x zoom, the words on the Liberation Monument are clearly visible, as is the relief pattern of the image of People’s Liberation Army soldiers on top of the monument.OPPO Reno 10x zoom version 1X shooting sample

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This Liberation Monument, located in Chongqing’s Yuzhong District, is China’s only monument commemorating the Chinese nation’s victory in the war against Japan, and it serves as a spiritual symbol of the war’s victory. It records Chongqing’s history and culture and supports Chongqing’s past and future, much like a hale and hearty old man standing calmly in the middle of the square, watching the world go by and the vicissitudes of change. Chongqing is a city of history and culture, whether it is Hongyadong or Jiefangbei, it can reflect Chongqing’s past and future.

A brief encounter is only for a better understanding in the future; I believe that the next time with the OPPO Reno 10x zoom version of the phone, I will be able to record more aspects of Chongqing scenery and customs.