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Xiaomi is one of the successful manufacturers out there and its recent launch, the Redmi Pro is a brilliant device with an excellent metal build and other impressive specs.
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One of the highlights of the Xiaomi Redmi Pro is its dual rear camera setup that is getting mainstream nowadays with the high-end models. You might be wondering why the Xiaomi flagship comes with two cameras and how these modules work.
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In that case, the company has explained the functionality of the dual camera setup and shared the camera samples as well. Take a look at the camera samples over here.
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Redmi Pro Camera Specs
The Redmi Pro comes with a 13 MP main snapper that has an aperture of f/2.0 and a secondary 5 MP sensor at its back.
With the Redmi Pro's dual camera, you can try a different focus that will give unexpected results to your shots.
Personalized Self Portraits
You can get personalized self portrait shots with the Redmi Pro as it comes bundled with features such as thin face, skin rejuvenation, and whitening.
The camera comes with PDAF for faster autofocus. This feature is also seen in many high-end smartphones that were launched lately.
Dynamic Depth of Field
The 13 MP sensor has a dedicated depth of field image sensor and Dynamic depth of field support
Don't Go by MP Count
Keep in mind that the MP doesn't always count as the secondary camera is added for a purpose. The Redmi Pro will capture photos simultaneously using both the camera sensors at its back and you can refocus an image after capturing it.
Ability to Control Blur
The camera interface includes a slider that lets you control the amount of blur on the background. This way, you can imitate the bokeh effect using the Redmi Pro.
Camera Samples by Xiaomi
Xiaomi has taken the step to tell a better story about the Redmi Pro camera quality be letting out some samples that were taken using the smartphone.
In the blurred background samples, you might feel a not-so-sharp transition between the in-focus objects and blurred background as in the DSLR shots, but it is a nice effect that you can see in the smartphones.
Good Low Light Performance
The camera samples show that he performance of both the cameras are good even in the low light conditions.