If there’s one major upgrade from its predecessor, the realme 6 Pro now boasts a whopping six-camera setup with four cameras on its rear including two selfie cameras. The question is, isn’t that such an overkill? Well, considering that the realme 6 Pro will be realme’s 2020 mid-range flagship, having six cameras equates to a high value purchase!
The realme 6 Pro’s beastly Rear Cameras
The camera setup on the realme 6 Pro’s rear panel comprises a 64MP main shooter, a 12MP 20x hybrid zoom telephoto lens, an 8MP 119° ultra wide-angle camera, and a macro lens that takes ultra-close shots.
The 6 Pro’s main camera features a 64MP sensor, f1.8 aperture, 1/1,7 sensor size and 6P lens. It applies Quad Bayer’s 4-in-1 intelligent pixel binning mechanism, which combines four adjacent pixels into a single 1.6μm-large pixel. This effectively enhances the resolution and quality of the images taken even in low-light settings.
Secondly, the 12MP 2X telephoto lens has a large aperture of f/2.5 and PDAF support. It can achieve up to 20X hybrid zoom, making it a great telescopic camera for long-distance photography.
Let’s check out their performance in a sequence of photographs captured using the realme 6 Pro.
Here’s the normal shot taken using the main camera of 64MP.
At 2X Zoom images are still exceptionally brilliant.
5X Zoom brings forth details that are easily missed by the naked eye, and to bring the distance closer for a more intimate photograph.
At 20X Zoom, the realme 6 Pro shines at retaining an amazing level of sharpness even if the subject is located 20 times the normal distance! This feature enables you to get superbly close to objects so you won’t miss another chance at capturing moments even if they are far away from you.
Wide Angle Camera Performance
Next, the 119° ultra wide-angle lens has a f2.3 aperture and 8MP resolution to take wide-angle shots without a hitch. One-click is all it takes to switch to the wide-angle mode. It’s perfect for architecture and photos of a large group of people.
The Ultra Macro Lens
Finally, the 4cm macro lens has f/2.4 aperture and 1.75μm pixel size. It can access the ultra macro mode to take close-up shots of objects or subjects - making the close-up details a sight to behold!
Shooting Photos In The Dark, No Problem
With Nightscape 3.0, which is an upgraded version of Nightscape 2.0, users can choose to use either the Tripod Mode or Ultra Nightscape Mode.
Tripod Mode: It can get up to 50 seconds of super long exposure and take more professional night scene photos with the help of the photography tripod. Compare to nightscape off and handheld nightscape, in tripod mode you can take even more excellent night shot.
Ultra Nightscape Mode: realme has added the Ultra NightScape to help you capture the real night scenes. Even in the 1 Lux low light environment, it can take clear, bright, and high-quality night pictures.
realme 6 Pro’s Camera Verdict
Being the successor to the realme 5 Pro, the realme 6 Pro looked like it has gotten an immense upgrade in the camera department. As a mid-ranger, the specifications of its camera, including its powerful performance would easily rival any concurrent flagships available in the market. The realme 6 Pro might just be the best mid-range smartphone shooter during this period of time.