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OPPO R17 Pro beats OnePlus 6T in Night Mode

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OnePlus 6T vs OPPO R17 Pro

Night Mode allows smartphone to capture long exposure images and better low-light photos while preventing blurriness and over-exposure. This is because of the Artificial Intelligence Stabilization (AIS) or camera software algorithm that most smartphone brands are already integrating on their devices.

Now that the OnePlus 6T and the OPPO R17 Pro already have it, let’s find out which one of them takes the better shot.

(Left) OnePlus 6T | OPPO R17 Pro (Right)

On the first four photos above, the shots from the OnePlus 6T and OPPO R17 Pro are just very similar to each other when you look at them side-by-side except for the warmer color tone on the R17 Pro. But when you look at them on a bigger screen, you will see that the shots from the OnePlus 6T are sharper but noises are much visible. On the other hand, the shots from the R17 Pro looks a little bit soften which results to lesser noise.

On the front camera, the 25MP on the OPPO R17 Pro produced better-looking photos compared to the 16MP selfie shooter of the OnePlus 6T. The photos from the R17 Pro are livelier and dynamic as you can see on the sample images above.

When it comes to Auto Mode at night or in low-light environments, the OnePlus 6T has the better images here. The R17 Pro still has the warmer tone on its photos while the OnePlus 6T has better dynamic range, better color and exposure.

And lastly the Night Mode. We might only have four sample images here but as we use each devices on different scenarios, the OPPO R17 Pro has the better implementation of Night Mode. As you can see, specially on the last two photos, the shot from the R17 Pro has better exposure and dynamic range. We can even see the building on the upper right corner compared to the darker photo on the 6T. Another problem that we have encountered with the OnePlus 6T is the time of processing after taking a Night shot, we have to wait for around 3-5 seconds before we can take another shot.

So what do you think about this quick low-light camera comparison?

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