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OPPO Reno3 Pro First Camera Samples

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We take photos with the multiple cameras of the new OPPO Reno3 Pro.
OPPO Reno3 Pro First Camera Samples
Rear cameras

OPPO Reno3 Pro offers multiple cameras to chose from. At the back are the quad-camera set-up of 64MP f/1.8, 8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide-angle camera, 13MP f/2.4 telephoto camera, and 2MP f/2.4 monochrome camera.
Reno 3 Pro Expert mode

Its camera app is robust with camera modes like Photo, Video, Night, Portrait, Expert, Pano, Time-Lapse, Sticker, Slo-Mo, and Google Lens.

The Photo mode is the basic Auto mode with the ability to switch between cameras and switch between the standard model and the 64MP mode. 

While the Portrait mode has control for Bokeh and face smoothening Intensity (0 to 100).

Lastly, the Expert mode allows for controls of ISO (100-3200), Shutter Speed (1/8000s to 32s), White Balance, Focus, and EV (+-3). Expert mode is available in 1x, 2x and 5x zoom.

In video, the main camera can shoot up to 4K/30fps and up to 1080p 60fps and can shoot 1080p and 720p slow motion.

Let's dive in!

Rear Camera Samples 

Reno 3 Pro daylight 1x
Reno 3 Pro daylight 1x
Reno 3 Pro daylight 2x
Reno 3 Pro daylight 2x
Reno 3 Pro daylight 5x
Reno 3 Pro daylight 5x
Reno 3 Pro daylight ultra-wide
Reno 3 Pro daylight ultra-wide

OPPO has focused its efforts on the Reno 3 Pro and it shows. The daylight images from the Reno 3 Pro's quad-rear cameras offer some of the most color-accurate images for its price point.


The images are sharp with plenty of detail. The contrast is good while colors just look good and accurate. What surprised us is that the sharpness and detail even with the hybrid optical and digital zoom at 5x.
Reno 3 Pro indoor 1x
Reno 3 Pro indoor 1x
Reno 3 Pro indoor 2x
Reno 3 Pro indoor 2x
Reno 3 Pro indoor 5x
Reno 3 Pro indoor 5x
Reno 3 Pro indoor ultra-wide
Reno 3 Pro indoor ultra-wide

In indoor situations, the OPPO Reno 3 Pro's 1x and 2x zoom cameras are able to retain the accurate colors and sharp detail with almost no additional noise.

The ultra-wide camera and the 5x zoom produced slightly softer images with some noise build-up but it still remains sharp with plenty of detail. The colors from all four cameras are again some of the most color-accurate we've seen.

Good job, OPPO.
Reno 3 Pro dim 1x
Reno 3 Pro dim 1x
Reno 3 Pro dim 2x
Reno 3 Pro dim 2x
Reno 3 Pro dim 5x
Reno 3 Pro dim 5x
Reno 3 Pro dim ultra-wide
Reno 3 Pro dim ultra-wide

In low light, the Reno 3 Pro's images from all three cameras lose the detail and sharpness and have this unnatural strong contrast.

The colors are not as accurate as of the daylight and the indoor shots. This is most apparent with the 2x and 5x zoom with its purple color cast. Noise has also begun to be more apparent in the image. Overall, the image is good but when compared to the daylight and indoor, the difference can be seen.

The 5x zoom took the most hit with the aggressive over-sharpening and purple color cast. 
OPPO Reno3 Pro selfie cameras
OPPO Reno3 Pro selfie cameras

The fual front-facing cameras of the OPPO Reno3 Pro is the front-facing dual selfie cameras made up of a 44MP f/2.4 main selfie camera and 2MP f/2.4 depth sensor. 

In the stock camera app, it includes modes like Selfie Photo, Video, Night, Portrait, Sticker, Time-Lapse, and Pano. It is one of the more robust selfie modes.
Selfie camera UI
Selfie camera UI

Portrait mode allows for controls for Bokeh, Face smoothening, Thinner Face, Bigger Eyes, Smaller Nose, Chin, Smaller Face, Touch Up, and 3D. All of these have intensity controls from 0-100.

Video capabilities include recording 1080p at 30 fps with selfie slow motion in 1080p and 720p.

Selfie Camera Samples

Reno 3 Pro daylight selfie camera
Reno 3 Pro daylight selfie camera
Reno 3 Pro daylight portrait mode with level 3 beautification
Reno 3 Pro daylight portrait mode with level 3 beautification
Reno 3 Pro indoor selfie
Reno 3 Pro indoor selfie

In daylight and indoors, the Reno 3 Pro's selfie camera produces sharp images with a decent amount of detail. The colors are super accurate while the contrast is good. The portrait mode has decent skin smoothening up to level three while the artificial bokeh's edge detection is good with only a few hair fibers that weren't detected properly.
Reno 3 Pro lowlight selfie
Reno 3 Pro low light selfie

The low light selfie needs some work. The image is soft with less detail while the skin tones are totally off. The image has significantly more noise.
Reno 3 Pro low light selfie Night mode
Reno 3 Pro low light selfie Night mode

The Reno 3 Pro's Selfie Night mode saves it. A significant amount of detail and sharpness have been recovered while the color skin tone is closer to the real ones when compared to the low light selfie on auto.

For videos, the back cameras shoot up to 4K 30fps videos. Image stabilization (EIS) is available using the 4K and 1080p at 30fps.

Stabilization is not available at 1080p 60fps. In front, the selfie cam shoots up to 1080p 30fps w/o stabilization. The crop is small though and it has up 720p slow-mo selfies.

Quick thoughts

So far, the Reno 3 Pro is able to impress us with its super accurate color reproduction as well as the amount of detail and sharpness it produces in certain situations. Is it worth paying a premium though?

We'll see in our upcoming full review.

What do you guys think?
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