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oneplus 7 Images shows Aperture f/1.6 and not f/1.7 as advertised

  1. irfanmoosani
    Jelly Bean Jun 12, 2019

    irfanmoosani , Jun 12, 2019 :
    All the pictures clicked Pro mode or otherwise shows aperture f/1.6 and not f/1.7 as advertised

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  2. Abhi Dahiya
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 13, 2019

    Abhi Dahiya , Jun 13, 2019 :
    Aperture in both OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro is technically same, not different as advertised. OnePlus played it smart.

    7 and 7 Pro both have f/1.64 aperture. But OnePlus reported it as f/1.6 on 7 Pro and f/1.7 on 7 to make 7 Pro look superior [e]1f602[/e]
     

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  3. McRussin
    Froyo Jun 13, 2019

    McRussin , Jun 13, 2019 :
    "A low f-stop lens is usually considered to be faster and is also usually more expensive. The lower the f-stop number you use, the more light you let into your camera. The hole gets wider with every lowered f-stop. Having a wider opening creates a shallower depth of field which means it's a very good idea for portraits."
    if they say it's lower, that's good for you bud. be happy and take more pictures:)
     

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  4. B_Wrath
    Marshmallow Jun 13, 2019

    B_Wrath , Jun 13, 2019 :
    What are you on about?
    Both have the same sensor with f/1.6.
     

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  5. B_Wrath
    Marshmallow Jun 13, 2019

    B_Wrath , Jun 13, 2019 :
    Can you show where they have said f/1.7 for OP7?
     

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  6. 220volt
    Gingerbread Jun 13, 2019

    220volt , Jun 13, 2019 :
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    Specs about OP7
     

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  7. AdityaAgrawal516
    Froyo Jun 16, 2019


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  8. N1541752215116
    Donut Jun 20, 2019

    N1541752215116 , Jun 20, 2019 :
    yes.. i observed the same.. incorrect information is mentioned on official website and supporting e-commerce website.. now that creates doubt like is there anything else which we can not easily spot but it is different than product details...
     

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  9. KeepTransisting
    The Lab - OnePlus 7 Pro Reviewer Jun 20, 2019

    KeepTransisting , Jun 20, 2019 :
    You do understand that in most cases lowed aperture is better, right?

    Jesus, the things people complain about sometimes.
     

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  10. N1541752215116
    Donut Jun 20, 2019

    N1541752215116 , Jun 20, 2019 :
    i knew bro.. lower is better in case of Aperture but what i mean is you spent big amount and you got such thing.. which creates dilemma.. and e-commerce site is not accepting it back for refund..
     

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  11. KeepTransisting
    The Lab - OnePlus 7 Pro Reviewer Jun 20, 2019

    KeepTransisting , Jun 20, 2019 :
    Wait, so you're trying to get a refund because of a .1 difference in the aperture vs the marketing?
     

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  12. N1541752215116
    Donut Jun 20, 2019

    N1541752215116 , Jun 20, 2019 :
    till yesterday night yes.. with a doubt like what else can be like this.. but somewhere i read.. OP7 aperture is 1.64 and 7 pro is 1.7..
     

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  13. KeepTransisting
    The Lab - OnePlus 7 Pro Reviewer Jun 20, 2019

    KeepTransisting , Jun 20, 2019 :
    They're both 1.64.

    I'm just still confused on why you're getting a refund for a .1 difference in aperture.
     

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  14. N1541752215116
    Donut Jun 20, 2019

    N1541752215116 , Jun 20, 2019 :


    KeepTransisting

    Wait, so you're trying to get a refund because of a .1 difference in the aperture vs the marketing?​


    apart from this.. i was worried about getting 48mp result in regular photo.. i could not get that WOW results..

    i thought as i already have 6t and i can see what can be result of 6t images and in 7 it's 48mp camera then result would be like OMG..
    but that's not the case..
     

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  15. KeepTransisting
    The Lab - OnePlus 7 Pro Reviewer Jun 20, 2019

    KeepTransisting , Jun 20, 2019 :
    Well, if you're blaming that on the aperture, you'd be wrong. And you can get some amazing 48MP shots. They just don't come out at 48MP because of Pixel binning.

    If you really want 48MP, you can change from JPG to JPG 48nin pro mode
     

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  16. N1541752215116
    Donut Jun 20, 2019

    N1541752215116 , Jun 20, 2019 :
    Aperture 1.64 - resolved.. thank you for the detailed information.. it was my concern #2..

    concern #1.. 48mp result i was not getting.. yes with help of others i knew about that pro mode and there is option of 48mp.

    but that's disappointed when I looked at it and checking camera.. why can't we get real and normal 48mp result with regular image..

    and if it some special case why it is not there on the official site (easily readable)
     

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  17. KeepTransisting
    The Lab - OnePlus 7 Pro Reviewer Jun 20, 2019

    KeepTransisting , Jun 20, 2019 :
    Because you don't need that. Pixel binning will give you a much higher quality picture at half the megapixels than 48 megapixel picture. That's because binning gives you much better detail for HDR. All the JPG 48 gives you is just an unnecessarily large photo.
     

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  18. N1541752215116
    Donut Jun 20, 2019

    N1541752215116 , Jun 20, 2019 :
    so OnePlus just played here numbers..[e]1f603[/e]
     

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  19. KeepTransisting
    The Lab - OnePlus 7 Pro Reviewer Jun 20, 2019

    KeepTransisting , Jun 20, 2019 :
    In a way yes. Both phones have a 1.64 aperture for the main lens. They rounded up for one, down for the other. But both have 48MP sensors and can take 48MP shots.

    So the discrepancy is minimal at best.
     

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