Meizu has just launched their 15 series smartphones, and one thing where they standout is their cameras. Meizu claims they are easily the best camera phones they’ve ever made. On the launch event, Michael Yamashita, a famous photographer for National Geographic shared the photos he captured with a Meizu 15 phone, and was very satisfied with the results. He even said that this is the best camera phone he’s ever had. On their forum, Meizu says “Cooperating with Michael Yamashita, a famous National Geographic photographer, MEIZU 15 has helped him for his journey in China. Even under low-light, the outstanding IOS gives great images with outstanding balance. Michael has explained what factors for him as a photographer are the most essential in taking a good photo. Light balance, excellent zooming capabilities, and shutter speed. Apparently MEIZU 15 meets all the requirements, and the portrait mode of the phone
is very satisfying too.”
Here we’ve got you the photos he captured during his trip to China:
(These photos may not be clear as much were the original raw photos, as they may had been edited by a Weibo user)
On the camera department, Meizu 15 and 15 Plus have dual 12+20 MP cameras, and the 15 Lite has a single 12 MP camera. All three devices have a front 20 MP shooter. The former 2 devices have IMX380 as their primary lens, the same found on Huawei P20 and Google Pixel 2. A 4-axis OIS is also included. The cameras can perform upto 3X lossless zoom and 8X digital zoom, and have multi frame noise reduction algorithms from ArcSoft.
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