OP5 camera seems perfectly fine to me

  1. Chevy560
    Eclair Jul 2, 2017

    Chevy560 , Jul 2, 2017 :
    no problem with grain, it's the motion blur even in good lighting... all the images above had visible motion blur and weren't completely sharp at the focal point. that's my pet peeve with the OnePlus... the lack of OIS is very obvious!

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  2. MetalHead777
    Gingerbread Jul 2, 2017

    MetalHead777 , Jul 2, 2017 :
    Do you have an OP5?

  3. Chevy560
    Eclair Jul 2, 2017

    Chevy560 , Jul 2, 2017 :
    I needed a phone with excellent camera since sometimes it's hard to pull out a mirrorless camera and much worse a DSLR and since I'm touring the US this summer I jumped from the IPhone 7 and purchased the oneplus 5 on the released date. went to Toledo yesterday and to cedar point in the night.... it's very tricky to make a photo look good on this phone.

  4. Tonionline88
    Froyo Jul 2, 2017

    Tonionline88 , Jul 2, 2017 :

    My first night shot and in low light conditions. I do not have a good pulse and I was partying. I did not worry about any configuration option, I simply opened the camera with a double tap on the power button on the device and shot the photo.

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  5. SuprabhSnehi
    Cupcake Jul 2, 2017

  6. allroadusa
    Eclair Jul 2, 2017

  7. malidan
    Marshmallow Jul 2, 2017

    malidan , Jul 2, 2017 :
    At £459-500 for hype? No!

  8. malidan
    Marshmallow Jul 2, 2017

    malidan , Jul 2, 2017 :
    That is very unimpressive at any price never mind what OP want for the device.

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  9. p51d007
    KitKat Jul 2, 2017

    p51d007 , Jul 2, 2017 :
    It's a smartphone camera. Pretty much any of these in the last couple of years, unless they have a major hardware or software problem, will produce pretty good photos, in available light. The thing people don't realize, more megapixels is actually a "bad" thing when it comes to most of these pinhole sensors. The size of the sensor makes a big difference, along with the glass on the front of the sensor. Pack too many sensors in such a super tiny space, you run the risk of the signal to noise ratio getting out of whack (crosstalk). Then you have to resort to software fixes in the camera software to fix it, and that can result in a flat muddy photo.
    Personally, I'd like to see the megapixel wars end, camera sensors to get LARGER, glass optics to get LARGER. But, to do that smartphones would have to get thicker. In this age of making phones some sort of fashion statement (thin, goofy colors and what not), I don't see that happening soon. Samsung, was on the right track with their Samsung zoom, but, according to some it was ugly, was thick, had a big bump on the back.
    Still, there is no getting around the fact if you want cameras in your phone to improve, you are going to have to increase the SIZE of the image sensor & lens to accommodate better quality photographs.

  10. graphykz
    Donut Jul 2, 2017

    graphykz , Jul 2, 2017 :
    compared to my lg g4's camera, OnePlus 5 is disappointing but rest of everything is far better than g4

  11. Scott_Love93
    Eclair Jul 2, 2017

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  12. malidan
    Marshmallow Jul 2, 2017

    malidan , Jul 2, 2017 :
    I bet the good lady In the picture is laughing at you for having a copy of her phone.

    The picture ain't great but the good lady very much so, i think that is what drew you to the picture;)

  13. tborrego
    Cupcake Jul 3, 2017

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    Gingerbread Jul 3, 2017

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    Gingerbread Jul 3, 2017

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    Cupcake Jul 3, 2017

  17. martinisonline
    Eclair Jul 3, 2017

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    Gingerbread Jul 3, 2017

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    Eclair Jul 3, 2017

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    Eclair Jul 3, 2017