The Function Of Many But Not Mixed Easy To Get Started Vivo X27 Pro Photo Review


The X27 Pro is the first time Vivo has polished the X series with a Pro model for personalized users, and when compared to the standard X27, the X27 Pro has a unique 20.5:9 full screen. The 92.12 percent screen-to-body ratio is also more impressive than the majority of the phones in this category. The upgraded 32 million front camera has exceptional portrait capability.vivo X27 Pro

Despite the fact that it was only 27 hours, we were able to capture a large number of high-quality finished photos with the vivo X27 Pro thanks to careful route planning. (All photos with watermarks below were taken with the vivo X27 Pro) Super Wide Angle

The first is the ultra-wide angle lens, which has 13 megapixels and a 120-degree field of view, making it ideal for shooting architecture, multi-person group photos, or dining table photos. According to the editor’s personal experience, the best or most commonly used to shoot architecture is because one composition is simple, the lines are more regular, even if the wide-angle lens edge distortion, but also to help show the magnificent atmosphere of the building. However, if used to shoot people or food, the imaging effect in pixel detail must be compromised, and you open the wide angle, even though you can easily shoot the entire desktop, but scene composition is very difficult.

(It’s also possible that I lack photographic ability.) This industry mainstream 13 million ultra-wide angle lens, before and after the vivo many times in product practice application (including vivo X23) Although the pixel count is only 13 million, the details of the presentation do not require you to jump; after all, there is no better iteration of the product that has appeared. The texture details of the middle floor highlight are clearly visible, and while there is a slight hint of sharpening present, it has no effect on the overall appearance of the image.

Sending a group of friends is sufficient. As seen in the image, the wide angle dark corner problem is unavoidable; we did not make any post-adjustments here.

Because of the advantage of ultra wide angle focus, the lens used in this mode is the same one used for the ultra wide angle, allowing the vivo X27 Pro to maintain the extreme focal length of 2.5mm with the subject. In the automatic picture recognition mode that recognizes food, the Vivo X27 Pro has the option of automatically adding a food filter to the image, which the media refers to as the “hate filter,” which makes the food more tender and tasty, as if it had just been served. The saturation has been increased, the details have been sharpened, the highlights have been brightened, and the image has a very transparent appearance.

The detail of the 13 million ultra-wide angle lens is excellent in this mode. 48 million IMX586 main camera

Considering the storage space capacity and imaging speed of the vivo X27 Pro, the 48 megapixel imaging standard must be turned on manually by users in the photo mode. According to incomplete statistics, the vivo X27 Pro in normal mode is about 45M, and the single photo capacity will reach about 15M after 48 million mode is turned on. During the vivo X27 launch, I don’t know if the partners still remember, vivo has gone through the research to weigh their photo coloring style? According to statistics, Vivo 2018 domestic cell phone shipments ranked second, and Vivo coloring ironically can’t be too “stylized.” The image’s tone is also very harmonious.

Night View Mode Earlier this year, Vivo phones began to use a manual night view mode at scale. Some manufacturers prefer to have this function open automatically based on scene recognition, but in order to give users more control and to deeply optimize the mode, Vivo has made Night View mode an independent mechanism from the start. Taking photos with Night View mode in a low light environment necessitates a period of handheld, and the system automatically determines the time, which is usually between 38 seconds. According to the light environment intelligent selection of the number of shots, fast shooting 12 16 photos, and through AI intelligent frame selection to achieve dynamic compensation, even in a dark light environment, can output a good photo with little noise, delicate and pure picture.

The X27 Pro is equipped with a 2.9m super large single pixel size 2.0 megapixel night camera that captures and records colorful night images. When combined with the IMX 586 lens’ 1/2.0-inch sensor, F/1.79 ultra-large aperture, and Quad Bayer color filter array technology, the X27 Pro achieves good dark-light imaging capability right away. Super Backlight The X27 Pro is also upgraded with Vivo’s SuperHDR Super Backlight, which has been a leader in the imaging field and can cover a dynamic range of up to 12.3EV in extreme backlight conditions.

Super Backlight is equivalent to retaining dark details in a (too) well-lit environment, and it also sits on top of shadow processing and scene recognition to fully realize the clarity and brightness of the scene.

Vivo X27 Pro also has two built-in filters that have been customized by celebrities, namely the Liu Wen filter and the Xiao Quan filter. Here is a separate mention of the Xiao Quan filter, which is in black and white mode, making it practically universal for people and architecture. It also keeps Xiao Quan’s personal shadow style, which makes the photos very durable (though they are generally very durable in black and white mode).

Although I brought a lightweight micro-single camera with me on this trip to Hong Kong, I found it very easy to take pictures with the Vivo X27 Pro as the main model, because this phone has a lot of photo modes, almost every kind of scene you can find the corresponding photo mode (even regret not finding someone to try Liu Wen filter). On the other hand, the Vivo X27 Pro output also met my expected needs in terms of picture and overall details. The Vivo X27 Pro has also made great progress in the bokeh ability of edge detection, and I would like to take this photo as a closing because many people believe that this is a bokeh ability that only the camera has.

I’ve already uploaded the retouched version of the 27-hour Hong Kong shoot to the website’s photo channel, so go ahead and click on it.