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vivo PH highlights 10 years of breakthrough for their X90 Series cameras

vivo highlights ten years of development for the cameras of their latest flagship model "the X90 Series".
vivo PH highlights 10 years of breakthrough for their X90 Series cameras
The vivo X90 series

vivo highlights X90 Series cameras!

The brand started innovating its camera technology when it partnered with ZEISS, a renowned German optics company. The collaboration brought improved sensors for the X60 Pro+ and later on developed the V1 chip for the X70 Pro+ which assists the smartphone when it comes to image processing.

It is then followed by the V1+ chip found on the X80 Series and then innovated to the latest V2 chip for the X90 models. vivo claims that it took them ten years to create these innovations.

The vivo X90 Pro+ should not only be the main camera for most users but also become a spare camera for professional photographers. Based on this ambition, the vivo X90 series beefed up its camera specifications from its predecessors, said vivo

As a standard feature, all vivo X90 series lenses come with an improved ZEISS T* coating that introduces "ALC sub-wavelength bionic structure coating" in combination with SWC, which is better suited to removing flare and ghosting.

To recap, the X90 uses 50MP f/1.75 Sony IMX866 sensor with VCS bionic spectrum, LED flash, OIS + 12MP f/2.0 ultrawide sensor and another 12MP f/1.98 portrait camera with laser AF, ZEISS T* coating, ZEISS optics and LED flash

While the X90 Pro has a bigger 1-inch 50MP f/1.75 Sony IMX989 sensor with OIS + 12MP f/2.0 ultrawide + 50MP f/1.6 50mm Sony IMX758 2x portrait camera w/ laser autofocus, ZEISS T* coating, ZEISS optics, and LED flash.

On the other hand, the X90 Pro+ uses the same 1-inch 50MP IMX989, and 50MP IMX758 Portrait shooter but differs on the third with a 64MP OmniVision OV64B 3.5x telephoto camera.
A sample shot in the mountain
A sample shot in the mountain

vivo explains that Tilt-shift photography is made possible by the ultra-low distortion ultra-wide-angle camera, ZEISS miniaturization, and bokeh. While the X90 Pro's 1-inch ZEISS T* lens is made of low-dispersion, high-transparency glass. This, along with a large f/1.75 aperture, allows an additional 24 percent more light into the lens than the usual Sony IMX989 of other smartphones.

Meanwhile, they also highlighted the super HDR feature of the V2 chip which is capable of restoring what the human eyes can see particularly in complex light scenarios or backlight scenes. Alongside that, vivo developed a "zero delay" capture and a new gen of motion detection algorithm which captures photos as low as 30ms.

vivo also takes pride in its post-processing technology as it supports 14bit SuperRaw and video log mode function which should provide professional users a higher quality of post-processing. In line with this, the smartphone is capable of making full use of Dolby Vision video, offering the full Dolby Vision workflow from recording to display to editing.
Camera sample in the street
Camera sample in the street

Lastly, the X90 Pro uses two telephoto sensors. The first has a 50mm prime master camera and the second has a 90mm medium telephoto which they said is good at producing spatial compression and bokeh for realistic street photography.

What do you guys think? Will this line be available in the Philippines soon?

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