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Default [PHOTOS] Oppo Find 7/7a user and review shots

So talk Oppo Find 7 video & photography!

Image sensor: Sony BSI Exmor IMX214 CMOS, 1/3.06" sensor size
Maximum sensor resolution: 4160x3120, 13 megapixels
Maximum picture resolution in HD Mode: 8160x6120, 50MP (HD Mode stitches together 10 normal shots)
Lens: F2.0, 6-element auto-focus system
Front facing camera: 5 megapixel
Maximum video resolution: 3840x2160 = 4k at 30FPS, 1920x1080 at 60FPS, 1280x720p at 120FPS
HDR, panorama, smile detection, macro, night mode, tap to focus


Phandroid review shows off top notch photo quality, 50 megapixel HD images
Source, full size images: http://phandroid.com/2014/04/21/oppo-find-7a-review/

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Normal 13MP


HDR 13MP


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Normal 13MP


HDR 13MP



Normal 13MP


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http://phandroid.com/2014/04/21/oppo-find-7a-review/
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Phandroid also posted a couple of video samples







4K in the park, thx Baljeet Rana





Danny Winger made a 7a walkthrough and posted a 4k video



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Analyzing the shots posted so far, the Oppo Find 7a's IMX214 sensor captures impressive amount of details, high per pixel sharpness with nice all around clarity thx to the consistently sharp lens and low amount of post-processing. HDR is working well too, no inconsistencies. I guess saturation could be a slightly bit higher. Video clarity is quite nice too, 4k offers all the details we can ask for.

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Strong light, Medium Light, Low Light, Darkness with Flash







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GSM Arena review is in - fine image quality!
You can read GSMA's review here with full size images & EXIF: http://www.gsmarena.com/oppo_find_7a-review-1073p8.php

The camera produces sharp, highly detailed, images with good dynamic range and fine color reproduction, at a few shots sky blue is maybe a tad on the purple side, nothing too much.













HDR is quite aggressive, bringing a lot of clipped dark and bright details alive. It appears there's a little saturation boost too









The phone can capture up to 32 second frames meaning you can do highly detailed low ISO shots as well as artistic DSLR-like ones during the night, this one's my favorite so far:

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Loving the rear camera. Only complaint is the subpar slow motion '720p' video. Really looks like maybe 480p upscaled, not impressive.
Taking some great shots, quick focus and shutter. Great night auto night shots compared to my S4 and panorama stitches nicely for me in the one or two I've tried.

Front camera leaves something to be desired for me though. I understand there's the beautify filter that's enabled by default, but I notice a pretty bad foggy haze from there as well. Might just be the indoor lighting conditions I've tried with, but not impressed yet.
 
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Here is a quick macro shot as I walked by.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/5y22ebyfo8...0505123000.jpg
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Here is a quick macro shot as I walked by.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/5y22ebyfo8...0505123000.jpg
Very impressive shot and camera details!
 
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Here is a quick macro shot as I walked by.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/5y22ebyfo8...0505123000.jpg

Very amazing shot!!
 
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I love this phone but my wife love it, too. finally.......TT


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