These days, you don’t always have to bring a point-and-shoot or a DSLR camera just to capture the best moments of a night out, a special occasion, or of normal everyday life. With how technology has progressed for smartphones, everyone can snap a perfectly lit and ‘Gram-worthy photo with just a tap.
Enter vivo X60 – a smartphone capable of taking professional-quality photos and more, thanks to the technology of leading optics expert, ZEISS. This phone aims to redefine the mobile phone photography experience with enhanced functions, improved imaging effects through excellent aberration control, and better image quality, among other exciting features.
One thing that users look for in a smartphone camera is the ability to shoot crystal-clear portraits even in low-light. The vivo X60 series employs its HDR Super Night Portrait feature to allow the subject to be in sharp focus against a softly blurred background, adding an artistic touch to their portraits and close-up shots.
Bright, even in the night
There’s a touch of drama in dimly-lit scenes that makes night photography a great experience for photographers and enthusiasts alike. The vivo X60’s Extreme Night Vision 2.0 utilizes a massive f/1.79 aperture and a high-precision noise reduction algorithm for striking images even when it’s dark.
Captures every move
Because some quick movements are just too good to miss, the motion detection in the vivo X60 series allows users to capture tons of impeccable shots, even in a snap. Users can take photos that are in-focus even when shooting subject that are in motion.
Enjoy smooth and motion-stabilized videos, as the enhanced pivoted support in the vivo X60 series recognizes X/Y/Z rotations, all while counteracting unwanted hand movements. Get high-quality videos with guaranteed smooth and steady flow.
With vivo and ZEISS co-engineering the X60 series, users are assured that they can only create high-quality photos like no other, and be confident that the technologies behind it work together to deliver an elevated mobile phone photography experience.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.