ASUS ZenFone Smartphone Android


ASUS ZenFone PixelMaster Android Smartphone is a technology developed by ASUS that combines hardware, software and optical design to deliver quality camera shots better.

1 Lowlight Mode
Only available in the ASUS ZenFone Smartphone Android Terbaik5 and 6, the Low Light mode helps you take clearer, brighter images in low light conditions by combining several pixels and using image processing algorithms. A lot of work is done behind the scenes; four adjacent pixels are combined into one and applied image processing algorithm to enhance the light sensitivity of up to 400% and increase the color contrast of up to 200%.

Low Light Mode ASUS works somewhat similar to oversampling technique used in image sensors Nokia PureView although that is more sophisticated. The end result is a brighter image with reduced noise, but at a lower resolution.

When the low light mode is activated, the rear 8-megapixel camera on ZenFone take 2-megapixel photos while the 13-megapixel rear camera of ZenFone 6 take 3-megapixel photos (similar to the PadFone Infinity).

2 High Quality Imaging Hardware
ZenFone 5 BSI CMOS sensor utilizes Sony while 6 ZenFone using Panasonic BSI CMOS sensor.

Both sensors have a pixel size of 1.12μm impressive to recall its product categories such as Samsung's flagship smartphone Galaxy S5 has the same pixel size. To find out more about the relationship between megapixels and a pixel size, do check our detailed article explaining the UltraPixel HTC and Nokia PureView technology.

Largan Lens, which is used by Apple's iPhone, are also placed in ZenFone 5 and 6 Lens 5-piece will provide cleaner, sharper photos while auxiliary IR cut filter in color accuracy and uniformity. This lens also has an aperture of f / 2.0 from, which improves low-light sensitivity.

Left: Low Light Mode.
Right: Night Mode.
If you combine both hardware and software features, it is not hard to guess why the Low Light mode takes better photos under low light conditions.

Full resolution images are available for viewing here:
Left: Photo taken with the Low Light Mode
Right: Photo taken with Night Mode

3 Depth of Field Mode [on Zenfone 4]
As the name suggests, the Depth of Field Mode allows you to take photos with, isolated subject with a blurred background sharp. Its implementation is similar to the LG G Pro 2, Samsung Galaxy Sony Xperia Z2 S5 and where you need to hold the phone still for a camera to take some pictures. In case ZenFone, it will take two images after you press the shutter button. Its function is limited though, because you can only choose to focus on the foreground or background. This feature is available in ZenFone 4, 5 and 6.

Here's a sample depth of field shots taken by the ASUS ZenFone 5.

4. Selfie Mode [on Zenfone 4]
The ability to take a good selfies has become one of the most prominent imaging feature for some brands and ASUS even so.
The back of the camera in ZenFone (4, 5 and 6) will automatically detect selected according to the number of people in the frame and start the countdown before taking three photos. You can then choose the best images to save and share with your friends.

5. Time Rewind [in Zenfone 4]
Similar to the Time Shift on the BlackBerry 10 OS, Time Rewind take some pictures before and after you press the shutter button so that your chances of getting a good photo.

Precisely, Time Rewind recorded two seconds before and one second after the shutter button is pressed. During this period of three seconds, a total of 31 photos taken for you to choose.
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