With a 48-megapixel primary camera, OPPO is taking phone photography to newer heights.
It is never too late to hit the mountains; snow-capped, rugged and simply ethereal. With the recent launch of the all new Hero Product, F11 Pro, team OPPO is proving exactly that.
In collaboration with Dr. Nima Namgyal Sherpa, the convener of Mountain Rescue Committee, photographer Adam Meng trekked to the Everest Base Camp with an OPPO F11 Pro in hand.
The phone, featuring a 48-megapixel primary camera and a 5-megapixel depth sensor, took some awe-inspiring wide angle shots of the magical landscape using color mapping 2.0 for high quality and sharpness.
The dual rear camera claims to encapsulate the world like it really is, while the 16-megapixel front camera lives up to OPPO's primary recognition as a rising selfie camera.
The breathtaking mountain views were commemorated using the phone's ultra clear night view 2.0, an ideal mode to take some incredible low light shots.
In addition, the AI software ensures better image recognition processing and optimisation.
All this makes a travel photographer's dreams come true, even at night.
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