Best Redmi Note 10 Pro Detailed Camera Review

Best Redmi Note 10 Pro Detailed Camera Review

Best Redmi Note 10 Pro Detailed Camera Review

Hey guys its fahad butt and today I am bringing in the artical that you all have been waiting for. The detailed camera review of the Redmi Note 10 Pro. The camera module on this Redmi Note 10 Pro looks exactly like the one on the Note 10 Pro Max.

The only change is it has a 64 megapixel primary camera camera as opposed to the 108 megapixel one on the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max. Other than the silver ring around the main camera on the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max, Camera modules on both of them look exactly the same.

Since the only difference between this and the Note 10 Pro Max is the main camera, many people want to know if the 64 megapixel cameraon this phone is any good, or should they spend the extra Rs.3000 and get the Max.

So in this artical we will look at close to 100 image and video samples from all the cameras on this Note 10 Pro, and see if they are any good. Now we are going to look at some of the camera specs and some of the key new features added to the camera app on this phone.

If you want to skip over this part, you can head straight to the image and video samples from the timeline of this video. Primary camera gets a 64 megapixel Samsung GW3 sensor with F/1.9 aperture and 26mm lens. Next camera gets an 8 megapixel sensor with F/2.2 aperture and 118 degree ultra wide field of view.

Then there is a 5 megapixel camera with F/2.4 aperture and a Super macro lens. And finally there is this 2 megapixel sensor again with F/2.4 aperture and this is used for sensing depth information for portrait shots. With the primary camera, you can shoot 4k un-stabilised videos at 30fps, 1080p videos at 30/60 and 120fps.

And 720p videos at 30/120/240 and 960fps. 1080p 30fps videos get electronic stabilisation. At the front, we get a 16 megapixel camera with F/2.45 aperture. It can take 1080p videos at 30 fps, and 720p videos at 30 and 120fps. I found the interface of the camera app to be a bit confusing.

I mean like with most other phones, you can swipe left or right to switch between various modes. But if you want to take 64MP image or a slow motion video or the new clone option, you have to now slide to the more menu and then
select the desired mode.

I found it much easier to use these modes when there were laid out, and were just a swipe or 2 away. Now because they are hidden away, many people will just forget to use them. This is how the camera app is set out of the box, but fortunately you can edit the layout from camera settings, and add the modes that you use the most to the featured swiping.

I think you should take some time to set this up according to your preferences. You might want to add the new clone or dual video mode to your featured list, just so you are reminded that they are there, if you ever need to use them.

This is how I like my camera modes, specially when I am taking images for camera reviews and comparisons. What you can’t add to the featured list is this new Super Macro mode. There is a dedicated camera for this, but this mode is hidden in the secondary menu.

and their unit doesn’t have the Super Macro mode. Then I had to guide them to where it is hidden in the camera app. I think a feature this important should be laid out in plain sight. Pro mode on this phone lets you dial in all settings according to your liking for videos, just as you could do with images.

Range for shutter speed in this mode is from 1/4000th of a second, all the way upto 30 seconds. And the range for ISO is from 50 to 6400. 4K 30fps is the maximum resolution that you can shoot in. There is no electronic stabilisation at this resolution, but you can open the videos in the google photos app, hit the edit button and stabilise it from there.

If you want stabilised videos out of the camera, you will have to lower the resolution down to 1080p and shoot at 30fps. You loose out on some of the sharpness and details, but look how much better the overall handheld video looks.

You can’t take 4K videos with the wide lens. This lens can only take 720p and 1080p videos at 30fps. If you are shooting them in well lit situations, videos from this phone can look good. There is an option to shoot dual videos with this phone.

What this means is it can simultaneously capture videos with the front and the rear cameras. While doing so, you can see a few stutters or dropped frames in the video from the rear camera. Coming to the images. Let us start with the ones that I took in daytime.

These 16 megapixel pixel binned images from the main camera look really good. Their seem to be good amount of details in these daytime shots. I just think there is a bit extra contrast in all of these shots. It makes the shadows appear a bit darker than they need to, making the overall image look a bit contrasty.

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