OnePlus smartphones come with slightly changed camera settings. OnePlus actually approved a 3-year partnership with Hasselblad, and these are the first devices to manage the Hasselblad brand. At present, OnePlus smartphone offers significant changes in the camera department as compared to its predecessor. So let’s take a look at all the camera modes and different options available on your smartphone.
Although the OnePlus 10 Pro camera hardware is similar to last year’s OnePlus 9 Pro. There is now a camera that looks very different in the background which may catch your attention. Add a little personality to the phone and make it more visible in a sea of other advanced devices.
OnePlus OxygenOS 12.1 Improved Camera Mode
Let’s know what the OnePlus 10 Pro with OxygenOS 12.1 camera features is, it’s time to take a look at the Camera app that lets you connect to hardware to take pictures and videos. The OnePlus 10 Pro camera app is packed with a variety of different features and modes for shooting.
However, the camera app layout is still designed to be easy to navigate and get the right settings. It really makes sense and you won’t need to dig deep into the settings to find what you really need.
OxygenOS 12.1 Different Camera Mode
Once you’re in the main camera app, you can quickly swipe left or right to change the shooting mode from ‘Photos’ to ‘Video’, ‘Photos’, ‘Night’, etc. In each of these modes, you also have the option to choose the lens and switch between widest, main, or telephoto modes. It’s amazing how the Camera Finder adapts to your changes and switches between lenses without any stitches, without any sluggishness.
Apart from the modes easily accessible with the main camera viewer. You can tap on the ‘More’ button and get all the camera modes available in the OxygenOS 12.1 camera app. Many of these recording methods like time-lapse, pano, and dual-view video are self-explanatory, but there are some exciting and new options as well.